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U.S. court to hear arguments in warrantless NSA spying case

U.S. court to hear arguments in warrantless NSA spying case --Mohamed Mohamud's lawyers argued he was entrapped by law enforcement officers posing as al Qaeda [al-CIAduh] militants. | 06 July 2016 | A U.S. appeals court will weigh a constitutional challenge on Wednesday to a warrantless government surveillance program brought by an Oregon man found guilty of attempting to detonate a bomb in 2010 during a Christmas tree-lighting ceremony. The case before a three-judge panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals is the first of its kind to consider whether a criminal defendant's constitutional privacy rights are violated under a National Security Agency program that allows spying on Americans' international phone calls and internet communications.