From Supreme Court hears arguments in NASA privacy case

Justices will decide whether agency's background checks violate contractors' rights.

The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments on Tuesday morning to determine whether NASA's implementation of a 2004 presidential directive violates contractors' privacy rights by requiring them to submit to extensive background checks for federal identification badges.

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