Protection from prying NSA eyes

Tuesday, 16 May 2006, 2:27 AM EST

From the U.S. Fourth Amendment, the Stored Communications Act and U.S. wiretap laws to the Pen-register statute, Mark Rasch looks at legal protections available to the telecommunication companies and individual Americans in the wake of the NSA's massive spying program.

At SecurityFocus.

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