Congressional Regulation of Intelligence
The panelists talked about the constitutional role of Congress in intelligence operations. Other topics included the policy issues of… read more
The panelists talked about the constitutional role of Congress in intelligence operations. Other topics included the policy issues of unilateral presidential action versus working with Congress, the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA), terrorism, intelligence activities, privacy, and civil rights. Suzanne Spaulding moderated. After their discussion, the panelists responded to audience members' questions.
This program began abruptly and is missing approximately one minute.
“Can Congress Regulate Intelligence? Must the President Comply?: A Constitutional and Policy Conversation” was a forum at the 17th Annual Review of the Field of National Security Law Conference of the American Bar Association. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- M. "Spike" Eugene Bowman Deputy General Counsel Federal Bureau of Investigation
- Louis Fisher Legal Specialist Library of Congress->Law Library
- David S. Kris Associate Dep. Attorney Gen. (Former) Department of Justice
- Wyndee Parker Deputy Staff Director House Intelligence Committee
- Suzanne E. Spaulding Minority Staff Director (Former) Senate Select Intelligence Committee
- Robert F. Turner Co-Founder & Assoc. Director University of Virginia->Center for National Security Law
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