U.S. can keep court orders, phone cos secret in NSA spy case
(Reuters) - The U.S. government need not turn over a secret surveillance court's orders or the names of phone companies helping it collect call records, because it might reveal methods needed to protect national security, a federal judge decided on Monday.
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