James A. Baker, former counsel for Intelligence Policy and associate deputy attorney general at the Justice Department,reflects on the recent disclosures of government surveillance activities. Formerly in charge of representing the government before the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, Baker will provide his perspective on the challenging security and privacy issues facing us today.
foreign intelligence surveillance court, privacy, security, Edward Snowden, NSA, CIA
Defense and Security Studies | Law and Society | Science and Technology Law | Science and Technology Policy
Baker, James A. "Surveillance Post-Snowden." Ensemble video, 01:25:00. September 12, 2013. https://ensemble.dickinson.edu/Watch/As97Geb4