In supporting the American Civil Liberties Union’s lawsuit, the NRA on Wednesday filed a supporting brief arguing the National Security Agency’s datamining “could allow identification of NRA members, supporters, potential members, and other persons with whom the NRA communicates, potentially chilling their willingness to communicate with the NRA.”
The NSA’s phone database would let the government track whether gun owners called the NRA, gun stores, shooting ranges or others.
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In supporting the American Civil Liberties Union's lawsuit, the NRA on Wednesday filed a supporting…
by Tactical-Life / Sep 6, 2013