NSA surveillance may be legal – but it’s unconstitutional by Laura K. Donohue, professor at Georgetown University Law Center and director of Georgetown’s Center on National Security and the Law

The National Security Agency’s recently revealed surveillance programs undermine the purpose of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, which was established to prevent this kind of overreach. They violate the Fourth Amendment’s guarantee against unreasonable search and seizure. And they underscore the dangers of growing executive power.

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