Facts: involved a claim that the Department of the Army had engaged in surveillance of lawful and peaceful civilian political activity. Respondents alleged that surveillance had a “chilling” effect on the exercise of their First Amendment rights.
Holding: No Standing. Allegations of a subjective “chill” are not an adequate substitute for a claim of specific present objective harm or a threat of specific future harm.
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