Elliott Schuchardt v President of the United States, Director of National Intelligence, Director of the National Security Agency and the Chief of the Central Security Service Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Elliott Schuchardt is an attorney who uses email services provided by Google and Yahoo as well as other services on the world wide web. In 2013, confidential documents were leaked that showed the National Security Administration operated an electronic surveillance program called PRISM. The program purportedly collected directly from the servers the full content of user communications exchanged using services provided by several large U.S. companies. The Third Circuit reversed the District Court’s ruling that Schuchardt lacked standing under Article III to challenge the surveillance. The Third Circuit found that Schuchardt’s allegations stated a particularized injury and that the allegations plead in his second amended complaint were entitled to a presumption of truth.

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

Appeals court restores surveillance lawsuit

Appeals court restores surveillance lawsuit

This article was originally published on ARS Technica. 3rd Circuit gives Elliott Schuchardt new, albeit slim, chance to beat the gov't. A lawyer who specializes in family and bankruptcy law gets another chance in his ambitious lawsuit filed against...