#20 - Spying on Foreigners (and Ourselves)

February 10, 2016

Section 702, a US foreign surveillance program, is set to expire at the end of 2017. While privacy advocates are crying out for reform or repeal, intelligence agencies say this could hamper their counter-terrorism efforts. Evan is joined by Nathan Leamer, a policy analyst at the R Street Institute. They discuss the effectiveness of foreign surveillance, how Congress oversees intelligence agencies, and what oversight reform should look like.

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