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 […]
Truman National Security Project Defense Council Member Andrew Borene discusses the European response to the latest reports of U.S. phone and internet spying. Click here to watch the entire interview.
Center for National Policy President Scott Bates discusses the implications of America’s drone policies Click here to watch part one of the panel Click here to watch part two of the panel
With the country’s attention focused this past week on the controversy over Syria and memorials for the attacks of September 11, 2001, another tragedy has been overlooked. This September 11 was also the one-year anniversary of the Benghazi attack by Islamist terrorists that resulted in the deaths of 4 U.S. citizens to include our Ambassador […]
George Orwell’s novel Nineteen Eighty-Four is the most famous fictional work about omnipresent government surveillance and its myriad risks. Yet, an often-overlooked movie from 1992 provides even more prescient insights into the modern surveillance state, especially recently revealed National Security Agency collection programs. Sneakers centers on the development of an advanced decryption device that can break all U.S. codes […]