Feds drop bomb on EFF lawsuit

Monday, 1 May 2006, 12:01 AM EST

The federal government intends to invoke the rarely used "State Secrets Privilege" -- the legal equivalent of a nuclear bomb -- in the Electronic Frontier Foundation's class action lawsuit against AT&T that alleges the telecom collaborated with the government's secret spying on American citizens.

At Wired.

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