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Our website features the documents that were previously sealed in the case. The Internet Archive case is our third challenge to national security letters. We won the last round in our Internet Service Provider case: In September 2007, Judge Victor Marrero struck down the national security letter provision of the Patriot Act, calling the NSL gag power unconstitutional under the First and Fourth Amendments. The government appealed that decision: The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals will hear arguments in that case, Doe v. Mukasey, in June. You can learn more about all of our national security letter cases at www.aclu.org/nsl.