Carrie F. Cordero argues that adding more oversight in a haphazard manner may compromise the intelligence community's effectiveness to no good end.
Marcy Wheeler argues that the executive branch can't be trusted to police its own surveillance abuses.
Carrie Cordero challenges some of Marcy Wheeler's assertions about the NSA.
Marcy Wheeler describes a troubled future in which the U.S. tech sector is increasingly at odds with the U.S. government.
Carrie Cordero argues that the legal safeguards governing NSA are generally adequate to the task and that Americans have little to fear from it.
Benjamin Wittes isn't afraid of the NSA, but he asks that we carefully review our legal safeguards for individual privacy.
Cato Senior Fellow Julian Sanchez looks at what's changed one year after Edward Snowden's shocking NSA revelations.