US Senators sued the Obama administration for NSA surveillance incidents

China News Service, February 13th According to foreign media reports, on the 13th, US Senator Rand · Bauer sued the Obama administration for the US National Security Agency (NSA) to collect American phone data.

Ball said that he and the conservative activist organization “free work” filed the lawsuit for both themselves and for “every American who has a phone call”.

The lawsuit alleges that this large data collection project, which began in 2006, violates the provisions of the Fourth Amendment to the unreasonable search. Bauer asked to end this monitoring project exposed by Snowden.

The Obama administration insists that the monitoring project started in former President George W. Bush is legal, and the previous court precedents are mainly on the government side.

Bauer is a senior senator of the US Senate and a possible Republican presidential candidate. At the press conference held on the 13th, he did not answer questions about his possible presidential campaign.

Responsible Editor: Liu Yang

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