Federal Judge Rules Against N.S.A. Phone Data Program

Ruled against, but what I'm hearing is that it's only "possibly" unconstitutional.

In fact, Benjamin Wittes, over on the Lawfare Blog, finds the opinion rather odd:

For one thing, it’s focused on a constitutional matter on which the 215 program is—at least under current doctrine—on pretty solid ground. And it ignores, because of the judge’s Administrative Procedures Act ruling, the issue on which the 215 program stands on far shakier ground: that is, the statutory question of whether the program is, in fact, authorized by Section 215 of the Patriot Act.

And here's a nice summary (with links to others' opinions).