Column reflecting on the NSA Report

I have published a short column reflecting on two of the more interesting proposals in the NSA report released last week: the data retention proposal (which is intended to prevent the NSA itself from collecting metadata) and the proposals for a Public Interest Advocate to be appointed to the FISC. The latter is a particularly fascinating proposal, in my view. The column, published on The Conversation, can be read here.

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fdelondras

Professor of Global Legal Studies, Birmingham. Lawyer, foodie, wonk, avid traveller.

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