Can the Fourth Amendment Protect You From NSA Snooping?

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Is it really constitutional for the National Security Agency (NSA) to collect “metadata” on Americans' phone usage? You've probably seen talking heads shouting back and forth about it, and wondered whether someone could just please give you a straightforward, accurate, thousand-word primer on the underlying constitutional doctrine. Well, here's your primer. I hope it's helpful,
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