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Where Does the Eavesdropping End?

This piece continues a series of commentaries on the National Security Agency (NSA) scandal of 2013. It shows how the statements of senior intelligence officials continue to be misleading, while attributing the damage to U.S. national security to the leak of this abusive eavesdropping rather than to the surveillance activities themselves. It also discusses the widening damage to American diplomacy resulting from the NSA scandal. Continue reading More Info »
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Through a Prism Darkly

This was the first of the series of commentaries I offered on the intelligence abuses revealed by leaks from the former National Security Agency (NSA) contractor Edward Snowden. It discussed how the NSA surveillance program had evolved from the Bush administration into that of Barack Obama, and how the legality of this intelligence eavesdropping was highly questionable. Continue reading More Info »
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The NSA Watch

Product Tag: Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act
Product Tag: Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act
This long-form collection of commentaries profiles the evolving National Security Agency scandal over its domestic spying and dragnet eavesdropping through the fall of 2014 and into the spring of 2015, when President Barack Obama proclaimed that reforms would be made. Twenty pieces are included. The analyses cover the most prominent features More Info »
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The Fires That Led to FISA

A commentary dating from as far back as 2007, this piece shows how the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, which is supposed to safeguard citizens from abusive eavesdropping on the part of the National Security Agency (NSA), had actually been created to close the door on past intelligence abuses. The entire More Info »
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NSA Scandal - The Morass Deepens

One of a series of commentaries about the evolving 2013 scandal over National Security Agency (NSA) eavesdropping on telephone conversations and the internet, this piece shows that internal agency audits reveal that abuses of the eavesdropping capability are widespread, that Obama administration claims of adequate oversight are misleading, and that the damage to U.S. foreign policy interests resulting from this scandal are growing worse. Continue reading More Info »
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Demystifying the NSA Surveillance

A continuing concern over eavesdropping on telephones and the internet on the part of the National Security Agency (NSA) led to this commentary. It took several claims on the part of intelligence agency officials as to the effectiveness and accountability for this program and showed how they were either obfuscations More Info »
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by johnprados

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