Carolyn Jewel et al v National Security Agency

Jewel v. National Security Agency is a United States class action lawsuit filed by the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) against the National Security Agency (NSA) and several high-ranking officials in the administration of 43rd U.S. president George W. Bush, charging an “illegal and unconstitutional program of dragnet communications surveillance”.

Read more about this lawsuit on wikipedia and in the articles below.

Bill Binney is actively supporting various lawsuits to raise awareness and bring those responsible to justice.

Background of case on Wikipedia.

Original complaint on EFF.

Jewel v. NSA

Jewel v. NSA

This material originally published on United States Courts. Case Summary: 08-cv-04373 This case involves claims by numerous citizens that their constitutional rights were violated by the United States government through unauthorized surveillance of their...

Judge Orders Gov’t To Stop Screwing Around

Judge Orders Gov’t To Stop Screwing Around

This article was originally posted in TechDirt. One of the longest-running lawsuits over NSA surveillance is still no closer to a final decision, but at least we may get to take a look at a few more Section 702 documents. Jewel vs. NSA (filed in 2008)...