Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Arguing for NSA-Level Internet Surveillance

Jack Goldsmith argues that we need the NSA to surveil the Internet not for terrorism reasons, but for cyberespionage and cybercrime reasons. Daniel Gallington argues -- the headline has nothing to do with the content -- that the balance between surveillance and privacy is about right.

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