Sep 082010
 September 8, 2010  Misc

Cybersecurity and citizens’ privacy won’t be mutually exclusive terms for the federal government, vows NSA Director Gen. Keith Alexander.

“As the director of NSA and the commander of U.S. Cyber Command, I have an obligation to the law and to the American people to ensure that everything we do in cyberspace preserves and protects our civil liberties and operates legally under the constitution, while concurrently conducting our mission,” said the General in his address at the O’Reilly Media Gov 2.0 Summit.

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Well, I’m glad he’s looking out for our privacy and civil liberties because we sure as hell don’t have a Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board, now do we, Mr. President?

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