Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs

The Supreme Court just struck a blow against mass surveillance

June 25, 2018 The Washington Post

Senior Fellow Timothy Edgar in The Washington Post, "A warrant requirement dooms collection in bulk because mass surveillance programs involve billions or trillions of records. After Friday, it won’t be so easy for the NSA to brush aside constitutional objections to mass surveillance by saying 'it’s only metadata.' The government may have to rethink mass surveillance altogether."

The Supreme Court just struck a blow against mass surveillance (written by Timothy Edgar) – The Washington Post