In 2013, when the Snowden revelations broke, Susan Hennessey was just going through on-boarding for a position in the Office of the General Counsel at the National Security Agency. In this edition of The Privacy Advisor Podcast, Hennessey discusses the ways in which things did or did not change at the agency during what Hennessey calls, "the hurricane." She says despite the politics playing out on the world stage, there was an understanding between global intelligence agencies that the show must go on. She also says, brace yourself, data localization is inevitable.
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