Feds Can’t Have ISP Records

    September 7, 2007
    WebProNews Staff

A federal judge said no to part to the Democrat green-lighted new version of the Patriot Act yesterday. The Feds will have to get permission from the court before they can order ISPs to turn over customer records without telling the customer.

I invoked him yesterday, and I’m invoking him again today, Nelson Muntz joins all of us as we point at the DOJ and the FBI and give a collective "Ha ha!"

US District Judge Victor Marrero said the Patriot Act, as it stands, "offends the fundamental constitutional principles of checks and balances and separation of powers."

No wonder the Justice Department gave such a silly statement about Net Neutrality yesterday. They were upset about getting their National Security Letters revoked and that caused them to make some weird Post Office analogy for the Internet.

 Now I get it.