Why the 9th Circuit Was Right in Mohamed Mohamud, and a Startling Thing It May Have Gotten Wrong

Why the 9th Circuit Was Right in Mohamed Mohamud, and a Startling Thing It May Have Gotten Wrong
December 9, 2016
April Doss
Lawfare Blog

April Doss, partner and chair of Saul Ewing’s Cybersecurity & Privacy Practice, authored this article which examines a recent opinion in U.S. v. Mohamed Mohamud. In the article, April shares that while she agrees with the court’s decision that it is lawful to use information obtained incidentally under Section 702 of the FISA Amendments Act, the court’s reasoning and analogies to prior cases are inexact. 

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