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Daily Dashboard | Appeals court begins Section 702 case arguments Related reading: The EU's DMA and DSA: Why this should be of interest to privacy pros

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On July 6, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals will consider whether evidence used in a trial gleaned from personal communications as permitted under foreign intelligence statute Section 702 is constitutional or not, Reuters reports. In a “first-of-its-kind case,” plaintiff Mohamed Mohamud is appealing his sentence of 30 years in prison for an attempted Portland, Oregon car bombing in 2010, maintaining that his seizure was illegal as law enforcement used surveillance tactics without a warrant, the report states. “Section 702 has been challenged before in court, but cases have generally been dismissed due to an inability to prove someone’s communications were actually caught up in the highly secretive programs,” the report adds.
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