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Govt wants to redact unclassified info in court

decora (1710862) writes | more than 3 years ago


decora writes "The government prosecutors in the case of NSA IT whistleblower Thomas Drake are attempting to use the Classified Information Procedures Act to redact evidence in court; evidence that is clearly "UNCLASSIFIED". The defense has responded, pointing out that Congress named it the Classified Information Procedures Act for a reason — it is only supposed to apply to classified information. The government's argument? It can redact anything it wants to, because the material relates to the NSA."
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