12:00am

Wed April 30, 2014
Technology

Your Call: What are the proposals to reform the surveillance state in the post-Snowden era?

  

On today's Your Call we’ll talk about the competing proposals for NSA reform on Capitol Hill – a bill from Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Rogers, the White House proposal, and the USA Freedom Act that’s been embraced by civil liberties groups.  What would each of these do? And will they have the teeth to really change the NSA’s surveillance practices? Join the conversation on the next Your Call with Rose Aguilar and You.

Guests:

Trevor Timm, co-founder and the executive director of the Freedom of the Press Foundation

Marcy Wheeler, journalist who writes about national security and civil liberties on her site, emptywheel.net

Resources:

Freedom of the Press Foundation

Empty Wheel

Vanity Fair: The Snowden Saga: A Shadowland of Secrets and Light

Vanity Fair: Snowden Speaks: A Vanity Fair Exclusive

Propublica: What the Proposed NSA Reforms Wouldn’t Do

EFF: Making Sure NSA Reform Isn’t Caught in the Gears of the D.C. Machine

EFF: An NSA "Reform Bill" of the Intelligence Community, Written by the Intelligence Community, and for the Intelligence Community

ACLU: Time to Reign in the Surveillance State

The Hill: Holder: ‘We’re not done’ on NSA reform

CIR Online: New and improved surveillance technology: Scary or necessary?

Huffington Post: Obama's NSA "Reform" -- Another Shell Game

US News: Enough to Rein in the NSA? President Obama's reforms may not go far enough.

Politico: Goodlatte: NSA reform can't dodge Judiciary Committee

Wall St Cheat Sheet: Backdoor Exploitation of Surveillance Rules Shows Need For More Reform

CBS: Lawmakers petition for open NSA debate

Polling Report: Terrorism 

 

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