Federal Judges in Oregon Uphold Warrentless Surveillance, Strike Down ‘No-Fly List’ Provision

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Federal judges in Oregon upheld a 2008 law allowing warrantless surveillance but struck down a key aspect of the “no-fly list” that blocks people suspected of terrorism ties from boarding planes.

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