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Court Grants Government Motion in EPIC Body Scanner FOIA Lawsuit
A federal district court has granted the Department of Homeland Security's motion to conclude one of EPIC's Freedom of Information Act lawsuits. EPIC was...more
EPIC Files Brief in Airport Body Scanner Case
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In Opening Brief, EPIC Urges Federal Appeals Court to Suspend Airport Body Scanner Program
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