The intelligence community now collects massive amounts of data and then looks for potential threats to the united states as renowned national security law scholar laura k donohue explains in the future of foreign intelligence global communications systems and digital technologies have changed our lives in countless ways but they have also . The expansion of foreign intelligence surveillance leant momentum by significant advances in technology the global war on terror and the emphasis on securing the homeland now threatens to consume protections essential to privacy which is a necessary component of a healthy democracy. With a fundamental confusion between the scope and purpose of the foreign intelligence surveillance act fisa and the general regulation of foreign intelligence and that confusion is reflected in the title in any case privacy and surveillance are topic enough for a brief but passionate argument about the con. The future of foreign intelligence privacy and surveillance in a digital age laura k donohue format book published new york ny oxford university press 2016 description xvii 183 pages 22 cm uniform series inalienable rights series notes. Since the revolutionary war americas military and political leaders have recognized that us national security depends upon the collection of intelligence absent information about foreign threats the thinking went the country and its citizens stood in great peril to address this the courts and congress have historically given the president broad leeway to obtain foreign intelligence
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