EPIC Sues DOJ for Domestic Surveillance Documents

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on January 19, 2006

Press release: “Today EPIC filed a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit (PDF) against the Department of Justice, asking a federal court to order the disclosure of information about the Administration’s warrantless domestic surveillance program within 20 days. The Justice Department has played a key role in authorizing, implementing and overseeing the National Security Agency’s domestic surveillance activities. EPIC argues in its court papers (PDF) that the debate surrounding the program “cannot be based solely upon information that the Administration voluntarily chooses to disseminate.”

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