A secret federal court found that the National Security Agency violated the civil rights of Americans when it collected thousands of emails and other digital messages between Americans, according to a 2011 opinion released Wednesday. The FISA court ruled parts of the program to be unconstitutional and ordered them to be revised. The government made changes and the court signed off on the program in November of 2011. They were using fiber optics in some cases which breached privacy rights of individuals. We discuss the 4th & 10th amendment rights and how they apply to the origin of FISA courts and NSA practices.
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