Articles Tagged: privacy

Perspectives on Collection, Retention, and Dissemination of Intelligence

In this new Policy Outlook, Institute Policy Advisor Daniel Gallington reviews how the U.S. government collects, retains, and uses intelligence information.  Gallington, a former Deputy Counsel for Intelligence Policy at the Department of Justice and Legal Adviser for Intelligence Oversight in the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD), brings a deep understanding of the roles and responsibilities […]

Forget Forgetting on the Internet: The Birth and Death of a Right to Be Forgotten

On May 13, the European Union’s Court of Justice ruled that citizens under its jurisdiction have a so-called “Right to be Forgotten,” essentially, that individuals have a right to leave embarrassing or adverse information from their past, in their past. On its face, the notion is appealing. Who wouldn’t want to be judged by the […]

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