The first official condemnation of the NSA's actions is a fact

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A federal judge today ruled that a US National Security Surveillance program that collects phone metadata by US citizens is unconstitutional. It is the first official condemnation of NSA's spy actions.

In lawsuits brought against her s by activist Larry Klayman, the US District Judge Richard Leon issued a preliminary injunction restraining the actions of the NSA (ς μεταδεδομένων) στο λογαριασμό που έχει ο Klayman στην . However, the decision can be appealed by the NSA.

The decision also stated that the government should destroy any Klayman telephone metadata collected through NSA's telephone surveillance program.

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