International Law Behind the Headlines

What information can or should the government be able to discover in the name of national security, when information is among the most valuable currency of the intelligence community? Former General Counsel to the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, Robert Litt, talks through issues on the legal cutting edge of intelligence gathering and privacy. Are the concepts of privacy vs. security as diametrically opposed as they seem? Is the real issue what the government knows, or how they use it? Mr. Litt answers these questions and more, and offers his comments on the state of the intelligence community, in America and abroad, as well as the assessment of the intelligence community on Russia and its interference with the U.S. presidential election.

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