National Security Agency and Internet Security
The New America Foundation held a discussion on National Security Agency (NSA) surveillance threats to cybersecurity, Internet freedom and the economy, and what could be done at both a personal and policy level to counter these threats.
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Kevin Bankston Policy Director New America Foundation->Open Technology Institute
- Alan M. Grayson U.S. Representative [D] Florida
- Joseph "Joe" Hall Chief Technologist Center for Democracy and Technology
- Danielle Kehl Policy Analyst New America Foundation->Open Technology Institute
- Zoe Lofgren U.S. Representative [D] California
- Bruce Schneier Chief Officer BT Security->Security Technology
- Amie Stepanovich Senior Policy Counsel Access
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