Monday, June 26, 2006

Score one for the good guys.

The Federal Bureau of Investigations has conceded another legal victory to a group of Connecticut libraries, thereby ending the case entirely . . .

The Librarians, members of Library Connection, a not-for profit cooperative organization for resource sharing across 26 Connecticut library branches sharing a centralized computer, were served with a National Security Letter (NSL) in August of last year as part of the FBI's attempt to obtain access to patron's records.

"Stoopit librarians. They'll pay for trying to shush me."

AFP/Nicholas Kamm

more here.