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Daily Dashboard | Swire: USA FREEDOM Act Is Biggest Intel Reform in 40 Years Related reading: A view from DC: Is your privacy notice stuck in the ’90s?


Less than a week after the U.S. government enacted surveillance reform, Prof. Peter Swire, CIPP/US, writes, “I applaud the passage of the new law,” noting it’s “the biggest pro-privacy change to U.S. intelligence law since the original enactment of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act in 1978.” In this post for Privacy Perspectives, Swire, who served as one of five members hand-picked by President Barack Obama to review U.S. intelligence programs in the wake of the Snowden revelations, discusses the close fit between the newly enacted USA FREEDOM Act and a number of the Review Group on Intelligence and Communications Technology recommendations. But reform should not stop here, Swire argues: More of the group’s recommendations should be considered.
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