In this excerpt from a paper on the legality of the NSA’s bulk collection of phone records, UC Berkeley law professor John Yoo looks at Article II and the President’s power to conduct domestic surveillance.
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In this commentary, ACLU staff attorney Alex Abdo explains the importance of legal challenges to the U.S. government’s bulk collection of phone records.
In this excerpt from testimony before the U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee, former NSA general counsel and former Homeland Security assistant secretary Stewart Baker explains why the government’s bulk collection of phone records is legal and necessary.
Is digital technology a threat to our civil liberties? Jeffrey Rosen, president and CEO of the National Constitution Center, joined Princeton University computer scientist Ed Felten for a conversation about our cyber rights at the Woodrow Wilson School.
Freedom of speech, right to bear arms, protection against unreasonable search and seizure—the Bill of Rights occupies a special place at the National Constitution Center.