"Big Surveillance: What the NSA is Doing, Why it Matters, and How to Address It"

Wed, 23 October, 2013 12:00pm

Professor Dan Solove addressed recent revelations about NSA surveillance and the legality of these activities. He also discussed how the debate between privacy and national security is often focused on wrong assumptions, faulty premises, and false trade-offs that impede a more balanced and productive discussion about how to reconcile privacy with protection against national security threats. Professor Paul Rosenzweig served as commentator.

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