U.S. District Court Judge Anna Brown found people lack a meaningful way to challenge their placement on the list, which bars them from flying to or within the United States. She also said the 13 people who sued the government have been unconstitutionally deprived of their right to fly.
"This should serve as wakeup call to the
government," said American Civil Liberties Union attorney Hina Shamsi.
"This decision also benefits other people wrongly stuck on the no-fly
list because it affords them (an opportunity to challenge) a Kafkaesque bureaucracy."
Know what I also notice in this?
...have been unconstitutionally deprived of their right
Considering the dickhead running TSA announced that 'In my opinion, flying is a privilege' a couple of years back, this is a direct kick in the balls to him.
Unfortunately not literally, but still.