Surveillance

SAN FRANCISCO — The Ninth Circuit upheld the convictions of four members of the Somali diaspora for sending, or conspiring to send, funds to Somalia to support a terrorist organization. The court ruled that, although the government “may have violated the Fourth Amendment” by collecting metadata on millions of Americans, including at least one of the defendants, suppression of evidence is not warranted based on the facts of the case.  

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