Dec 202013
 December 20, 2013  Posted by  Govt, Surveillance, U.S.

Michelle Richardson of the ACLU writes:

The President’s Review Group on Intelligence and Communications Technologies just issued a report that unequivocally rejected the notion that privacy and civil liberties must be sacrificed in order to achieve a balance with national security. Liberty and Security in a Changing World includes 46 recommendations for how to reform Intelligence Community programs and practices, several of which would go a long way toward protecting Americans’ rights. Here are the nine most important things you need to know about those recommendations.

Read her post to find out what they are.

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