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NSA Wants To Monitor Your Pacemaker

NSA Wants To Monitor Your Pacemaker

Quantum Computers Worry The NSA

Quantum Computers Worry The NSA

Court Declares NSA spying program unconstitutional and grants Larry Klayman’s preliminary injunction

Court Declares NSA spying program unconstitutional and grants Larry Klayman’s preliminary injunction

 Follow us on Twitter (December 16, 2013, Washington, D.C.) – Larry Klayman, founder, chairman and general counsel of Freedom Watch and also a former U.S. Justice Department prosecutor, announced today that the Honorable Richard J. Leon of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia has granted his motion for preliminary injunction against the […]

Klayman to ask for En Banc review of DC Circuit decision to stay Judge Leon order preliminarily enjoining Obama NSA from mass telephonic surveillance

Klayman to ask for En Banc review of DC Circuit decision to stay Judge Leon order preliminarily enjoining Obama NSA from mass telephonic surveillance

 Follow us on Twitter (Washington, D.C., November 16, 2015). Just minutes ago, in the wake of the the Paris terrorist attacks, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit stayed the preliminary injunction order of Judge Richard J. Leon on November 9, 2015, pending appeal. This is the second time that this […]

Judge urges quick action in NSA-spying challenge

Judge urges quick action in NSA-spying challenge

 Follow us on Twitter       By Bob Unruh September 3, 2015   Warning he would not allow the government’s spying on millions of Americans through their cell phones to continue unfettered, a federal judge in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday indicated he’s anxious to move forward quickly in a case that challenges the National […]

Freedom Watch: We’ll Still Win NSA Case Despite Court Setback

Freedom Watch: We’ll Still Win NSA Case Despite Court Setback

“This is tyranny. If King George III had had access to the NSA, [our Founding Fathers] would have never made it to Philadelphia to sign the Declaration of Independence. They would have gotten arrested and executed.” Video Newsmax August 29, 2015   Larry Klayman, founder of government watchdog Freedom Watch, tells Newsmax TV he’s not […]

Feds Get the Power to Seize Medical Records on ‘Fishing Expedition’ Investigations with No Subpoena from a Judge

Feds Get the Power to Seize Medical Records on ‘Fishing Expedition’ Investigations with No Subpoena from a Judge

By Mark J. Fitzgibbons July 20, 2015   While focusing their resources and political energy on the NSA’s mass collection of metadata, privacy advocates have neglected the most dangerous institutionalized violations of the Fourth Amendment: administrative subpoenas. Now a United States District Court judge in Texas has ruled for the Drug Enforcement Agency that an […]

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