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Eight major tech companies wrote an open letter to the president, demaning the NSA stop its dragnet surveillance.
It all goes back to a purse-snatching case from the 1970s.
Given the massive scope of NSA surveillance, the agency relies on algorithms to enforce the constitution.
For years the NSA collected the metadata from Americans' emails. Monday night, the 2004 ruling on the program was finally released.
The SCOTUS didn't give a reason for rejecting the challenge from privacy groups.