Judge Refuses to Toss Out Domestic Spying Suit Against AT&T

Despite pleas from John Negroponte and other Bush administration officials that discovery evidence presented in a trial would present “exceptionally grave damage” to national security, physician the case — brought in February by the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) and accusing AT&T of collaborating with the National Security Agency in illegal spying of millions of ordinary Americans — moves forward.

Associate Professor of Law (at GW) Orin Kerr breaks down the statement here. Greenwald chimes in as well.

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