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    Alessandra Rizzotti

Surveillance Is Too Important to Be Left to the Generals

Truman Project and Center for National Policy

With each revelation of the National Security Agency’s vast surveillance network, one thing is becoming clear: The generals charged with designing and managing the agency’s initiatives—NSA Director Keith Alexander and Director of National Intelligence James Clapper—have been unable or unwilling to call attention to critical program details with broad societal implications.

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