Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court Court Cases

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  1. In Re All Matters to Foreign Intelligence Surveil. (2002)

    James A. Baker, Counsel for Intelligence Policy (OIPR), Department of Justice, Washington, DC, David S. Kriss, Associate Deputy Attorney General, Department of Justice, Washington, DC, for movant.


    Court: Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court Docket: MULTIPLE 02-429
  2. In Re Motion for Consent to Disclosure of Court Records (2013)

    UNITED STATES FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE SURVEILLANCE COURT WASHINGTON, D.C. ) IN RE MOTION FOR CONSENT TO DISCLOSURE ) OF COURT RECORDS OR, IN THE ALTERNATIVE, ) Docket No.: Misc. 13-01 A DETERMINATION OF THE EFFECT OF THE ) COURT’S RULES ON STATUTORY ACCESS RIGHTS ) l OPINION AND ORDER This matter is before the Foreign lntelligence Surveillance Court ("FISC" or "Court") on the Motion of the Electronic Frontier Foundation for Consent to Disclosure of Court Records or, in the [...]

    Court: Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court Docket: Misc. 13-01
  3. Unknown Parties (2011)


    Court: Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court Docket: (b)(1), (b)(3)
  4. In Re Motion for Release of Court Records (2007)

    This matter comes before the Court on the "Motion of the American Civil Liberties Union for Release of Court Records," filed on August 9, 2007 ("ACLU Motion"). In its motion, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) seeks the release of what it identifies as court orders and government pleadings regarding a program of surveillance of suspected international terrorists by the National Security Agency (NSA) that had previously been conducted without court authorization. See ACLU Motion at 2 n. [...]

    Court: Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court Docket: MISC. 07-01

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