U.S. SUPREME COURT

Clapper v. Amnesty International USA

COMMUNICATIONS AND MEDIA LAW — Civil Procedure — Standing

New Jersey Law Journal

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Claim of "objectively reasonable likelihood" that communications with foreign contacts will be intercepted at some point under the FISA Amendments Act is insufficient to establish standing to sue, as that theory is inconsistent with the Supreme Court's "threatened injury" requirement.

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