The attack September 11, 2001 resulted in bigger and more numerous government agencies. But vast bureaucracies are a weakness in national security.
Former CIA/NSA Director Hayden: 'I Would Lose Respect' For China, Russia 'If They Hadn't Penetrated Clinton's Server'
Discusses Trump, Clinton, Snowden, Russia, and U.S. relationship with China
‘Fear’ from Intel community about Clinton presidency
Once encryption paradigm is broken ‘forget about it, nothing will be private, nothing will be sacred’
FOIA lawsuit seeks answers
Why would America spy on Israel?
Says he would’ve done the same thing
Rand Paul held off reauthorization as long as he could
‘People think I’m making a huge mistake’
‘…fight terrorism without giving up our liberty’
Politics is the art of the possible, and surveillance reform is no different.
Government must not be allowed to gather information on everyone simply because it has the technological means to do so.
We are again facing the fallacy of the false choice.
‘…its reforms do not adequately or appropriately reform surveillance practices or address privacy concerns.’
‘He should retract that statement’
Obama administration could seek renewal after Congress’ failure to pass NSA reform
Program ‘appears aimed at ensuring virtually every cellphone network in the world is NSA accessible’
State government moves to cut off $2 billion facility
Chinese, Russian hackers have infiltrated critical infrastructure, could shut down US power grid
After official raised concerns, Justice Department, Congress and White House declined to change program