Domestic Surveillance

Professor Turner and Mr. Greenwald talked about the Senate Judiciary Committee hearings on domestic surveillance that began later in… read more

Professor Turner and Mr. Greenwald talked about the Senate Judiciary Committee hearings on domestic surveillance that began later in the day. Professor Turner, who participated by remote connection from Charlottesville, Virginia, supports President Bush’s interpretation of the 1978 Foreign Surveillance Intelligence Act (FISA). Mr. Greenwald, a constitutional law attorney who writes a weblog on these issues, does not. The guests responded to telephone calls and electronic mail. close

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Feb 6, 2006

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