Domestic Espionage and Security
Mr. Earnest talked about the International Spy Museum’s “Enemy Within” exhibit which focused on over 125 major… read more
Mr. Earnest talked about the International Spy Museum’s “Enemy Within” exhibit which focused on over 125 major incidents of subterfuge, terror or violence on American soil. The U.S. reaction to these incidents resulted in the evolution of U.S. counterintelligence and security measures. As with current debates over privacy, one question that consistently arose was how the country could be made more secure without jeopardizing the civil liberties of its citizens. Mr. Earnest also responded to viewer comments and questions. close
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