The American Civil Liberties Union has posted Defense Department documents that deal with national security letters (NSLs) issued to obtain private and sensitive records of people within the United States without court approval. The documents were obtained by the ACLU through Freedom of Information Act requests.
- Hundreds of New Documents Reveal Expanded Military Role in Domestic Surveillance (10/14/2007)
- All of the Defense Department documents obtained by the ACLU are available at: www.aclu.org/safefree/nationalsecurityletters/32088res20071014.html
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