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FISA Court cases (ACLU, Yale Clinic, ProPublica)

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The Reporters Committee and 25 other media organizations argued to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court that its decision to deny…

The Reporters Committee and 25 other media organizations argued to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court that its decision to deny standing to a Yale Law School clinic violates the First Amendment, under which access to judicial proceedings is a right that all members of the public share. The brief also argues that the FISA Court should grant motions by the ACLU, MFIAC and ProPublica, Inc. to release more opinions that explain the legal basis of NSA surveillance programs. This brief concerns the same FISA Court opinions as an earlier media coalition brief.)

FISA Court cases (ACLU, Yale Clinic, ProPublica)