Episode

10/29 Jeffrey Rosen: The Origins of NSA Mass Surveillance

October 29, 2013

Jeffrey Rosen the President of the he President And CEO of the National Constitution Center explains the depth and range of NSA spying on Europe, how the new revelations could change the legal standing of those challenging the spying programs, will the broad use of surveillance change American public opinion, why Smith V Maryland does not cover what we are seeing now, how the FISA court has grown in power and prospects for reform.

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