Peter Koop Publishes Blog on Safe and Free Project

Peter Koop, author of The Netherlands paper on “The Development Of Electronic Surveillance Norms In The Netherlands” on Safe and Free, recently published a blog regarding the project and a comparative overview of some of the regulations on electronic surveillance on “Because states have different legal systems, institutional traditions and political constellations, the regulation…

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Safe and Free: National-Security Surveillance and Safeguards Across Rule-of-Law States

In the decade since Edward Snowden began leaking classified documents from the National Security Agency, scholars and policymakers around the world have debated how to ensure that intelligence agencies respect civil liberties and privacy and follow the law. Intelligence oversight, once an arcane topic with little visibility, now features regularly in U.S. congressional debates and…

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