On May 8, the Sunlight Foundation’s Advisory Committee on Transparency hosted a discussion on surveillance transparency and oversight featuring some leading thinkers and practitioners in the space.
We’ll be posting a deeper analysis of the event in the coming days. In the meantime, you can watch it on C-SPAN and dig deeper by reading some of the headlines that it spawned:
- Damian Paletta in The Wall Street Journal — Intelligence Official: Era of Bulk-Records Collection Likely Over
- Julian Hattem in The Hill — Attorney: Spy chief had ‘forgotten’ about NSA program when he misled Congress
- Dan Froomkin in The Intercept — The Computers are Listening: Speech Recognition is NSA’s Best-Kept Open Secret
- Adam Mazmanian in Federal Computer Week — Spy gadgets, transparency and 800 monkeys