Per la prima volta oggi un giudice americano ha detto che la raccolta indiscriminata dei metadati di milioni di telefonate da parte di NSA viola la Costituzione americana.
A federal judge has ruled that the bulk collection of telephone metadata by the National Security Agency is likely to be in violation of the US constitution.
The ruling, by a US district judge in Washington, is the first legal setback for the NSA since the revelations prompted by the former agency contractor Edward Snowden.
The judge, Richard Leon, ruled that the mass collection of the metadata of Americans’ phone calls was likely to be in breach of the fourth amendment of the constitution, relating to unreasonable searches and seizures.
(via The Guardian)