ACLU v. NSA, 2017 WL 1155910
Holding, Findings, and Matters of Law
In ongoing litigation relating to 2013 FOIA requests, the ACLU challenged the adequacy of the searches conducted by the CIA, FBI, and NSD. The Court found that the agencies did not meet the burden to prove adequacy of searches. The Court denied the government’s motion for summary judgment relating to several of the responsive documents that were being withheld based on various FOIA exemptions and allowed for supplemental materials to support their position.
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- ACLU v. NSA, 13-CV-09198.pdf
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ACLU in Response to March 27, 2017 Order, In re Opinions & Orders of this Court Containing Novel or Significant Interpretations of Law Unknown author (United States Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, 2017-03-29)