Ronald Bailey Argues That White House Panel NSA Reform Recommendations Are Not Enough

NSA ProtestThis week President Barack Obama’s handpicked
Review Group on Intelligence and Communications Technologies
recommended 46 significant changes to the way the National Security
Agency (NSA) and other federal agencies spy on Americans. Many of
the panel’s proposals would help stop the slide toward the “turnkey
totalitarian state,” to borrow a phrase from the NSA whistleblower
William Binney. Reason Science Correspondent Ronald Bailey
argues that while they are a start, more must be done to dismantle
the nascent national security surveillance state.

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