Clapper v. Amnesty International
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|Case Term||OT 2012|
|Question Presented||Whether respondents lack Article III standing to seek prospective relief because they proffered no evidence that the United States would imminently acquire their international communications using Section 1881a-authorized surveillance and did not show that an injunction prohibiting Section 1881a-authorized surveillance would likely redress their purported injuries.|
|Lower Court's Decision||No|
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Outcome - Reverse
This case was decided on 26 February, 2013.