Truman Project Defense Council member Butch Bracknell and Morris Davis discuss how American laws play into the way the United States collects intelligence. In his essay, “National Security Lawyers a National Security Threat,” Marshall Erwin disparages national security lawyers for, in his view, putting the nation’s security at risk. In the process of doing so, […]
Truman Project Director of Cyberspace & Security Programs Matthew Rhoades discusses the ramifications of the United States charging Chinese spies with cyber crimes. While U.S.-China cooperation on cybersecurity appears strained, the indictment “may create momentum on the international stage for some type of agreement on cybercrime” in forums such as the European Union’s Convention on […]
In an article published on Forbes Magazine’s website, Truman Fellow Eli Sugarman discussed how Congressional oversight of the intelligence community is both limited in scope and ineffective. Does the U.S. government have a moon base? How about a cyborg army? These questions were not posed by Stephen Colbert but rather by Rep. Justin Amash (R-MI) to highlight […]
Truman Project Fellow Jason Stanford is featured in a discussion about Edward Snowden’s SXSW appearance. Watch the full clip.
Jessica Herrera-Flanigan, a member of the Steering Committee for the Truman Project’s Cyberspace and Security Program, and a Fellow at the Center for National Policy, spoke on Arise TV’s daily Arise America program on January 15th. After joining the segment at the 22:21 mark, Jessica updates viewers on the NSA’s capability to spy on computers […]