Four Connecticut librarians in Plainville, Windsor, Glastonbury and Portland are the only people in America authorized to speak up about receiving a National Security Letter — a popular information-gathering tool for FBI agents conducting terrorism investigations.
But now a federal judge has ruled that a law that bars thousands of other recipients from telling another soul about their letters is probably unconstitutional.
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