Court Grants Chevron Access to Email Metadata →

Dana Liebelson:

Last month, a federal court granted Chevron access to nine years of email metadata — which includes names, time stamps, and detailed location data and login info, but not content —belonging to activists, lawyers, and journalists who criticized the company for drilling in Ecuador and leaving behind a trail of toxic sludge and leaky pipelines.

Who needs the NSA when you have federal courts?