The Second Annual Cato Surveillance Conference (Bruce Schneier)

November 12, 2015

It has been a dizzying year in the world of surveillance: In June, nearly two years after Edward Snowden shocked the world with unprecedented leaks revealing the scope of National Security Agency spying, Congress moved to limit the bulk collection of domestic communications data via the USA FREEDOM Act — first introduced at a Cato conference in 2013 — but how much privacy protection will the law’s reforms truly provide?

The Cato Institute’s Second Annual Surveillance Conference explores this question and more with the top scholars, litigators, intelligence officials, activists, and technologists working at the intersection of privacy, technology, and national security.

View the full event here: https://www.cato.org/events/second-annual-cato-surveillance-conference

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