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Federal judge rules NSA phone collection likely unconstitutional, suggests data may be destroyed

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A federal judge today ruled that the National Security Agency's phone records collection program likely violates the Fourth Amendment -- the first significant defeat for the spy agency's controversial efforts since they were revealed publicly by Edward Snowden . "I will grant Larry Klayman's and Charles Strange's requests for an injunction and enter an order that (1) bars the government...