Thursday, May 25, 2006

Yet Another Illegal Domestic Spying Program

My newest column for the Legal Intelligencer is now freely-available online.

The article notes bloggers who have been analyzing the legal implications of the collection of Americans' telephone and internet records as revealed by USA Today and Wired.

It looks like alot of the links to the blogs I mentioned did not survive editing. For completeness, here they are: professor Jack Balkin's “Twin Dangers of the National Surveillance State,” Kate Martin's guest post at the American Constitution Society’s blog, Glenn Greenwald's discussion of FISA, several items from law professor Orin Kerr (here, here and here), two from law professor Marty Lederman (here and here), and Peter Swire's “Did the Government Break the Law?” at Think Progress.


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