Tech execs head to D.C. to talk cyberspying following court ruling

A day after a federal judge publicly challenged the constitutionality of the National Security Agency's phone surveillance program, a group of technology executives is scheduled to meet with President Barack Obama to register their objections to the administration's data intelligence strategy. The Tuesday meeting -- which will include top executives from Apple, Facebook, Netflix, Google and AT&T, among others -- follows the ruling by U.S. District Judge Richard Leon that the NSA program "almost certainly" violates the Fourth Amendment proscription against unreasonable search and seizure. The Justice Department says it is reviewing the ruling but is confident the program is legal.

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