Date registered: Aug 2005
Location: Lawrence, KS (USA)
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Wrongdoing is a singular noun. It is "was". I think you were going for "If there were no wrongdoings..."
On a more serious note, suing to protect privacy is not a nuisance suit. As an example, if IBM were to, on February 5, 2007 manage to lose all my employee data [and that of 900 others] and fail to advise me of that situation so I could take measures to protect my ID, credit and any other circumstance, it would not be considered a nuisance suit to reach out and smack them for negligence in the caretaking of my personal data.
Suing the telcos for similar malpractice is, likewise not a nuisance suit. It is the only way a person has to protect their rights against a Corporation. Apparently they frown on one just going to Corporate Headquarters and kicking the shit out of the CIO.
"If there..." makes it a conditional usage/phrase requiring "were" NOT "was!" Where did you go to elementary school?
On a more serious note, all of those civil law suits were and are intended to do nothing more than threaten the telecoms and get them to stop helping our government protect the American people! They are nothing more than nuisance suits, and you know it. As I said above, your primary MO is nothing more than obstruction and obfuscation--and you know that too!
Don't believe everything you think