Cyber Surveillance: Legitimacy and Credibility Imperiled

Christopher Soghoian
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As the principal technologist at the American Civil Liberties Union, Chris Soghoian has been a vocal and influential critic of electronic data collection programs, particularly those administered by the U.S. government and law enforcement agencies. In this interview, he addresses legal, moral, and practical issues associated with cyber surveillance initiatives, including constitutional considerations, the exploitation and perpetuation of system design flaws for intelligence purposes, and the need for transparency to enable the American people to engage in meaningful discussions regarding the proper balance between liberty and security.

VIDEO DETAILS

topics Strategies Cyber Security and Warfare War on Terror
interviewer Nick Sambaluk
date 20 April 2015

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name Christopher Soghoian
institution PhD, Indiana University
graduation year 2012
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