Clapper v. Amnesty International

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More on Standing As a Barrier to Surveillance Challenges: Bug or Feature?

As I explained in my last post, American constitutional law requires that plaintiffs show they have been the subject of surveillance in order to establish standing to challenge intelligence programs in court. The intelligence community sees a narrow standing requirement of Article III as a feature of the United States Constitution. Human rights lawyers regard it as a bug.

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