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In this issue, the Honorable Michael Mukasey, former U.S. Attorney General, provides insight into timely national security topics such as the NSA, wiretapping, and the data-mining program known as PRISM; the Honorable Robert S. Litt, Second General Counsel of the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, discusses how the legal framework under which the Director of In this issue, the Honorable Michael Mukasey, former U.S. Attorney General, provides insight into timely national security topics such as the NSA, wiretapping, and the data-mining program known as PRISM; the Honorable Robert S. Litt, Second General Counsel of the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, discusses how the legal framework under which the Director of National Intelligence conducts signals intelligence; Mr. Daniel Pines, Associate General Counsel, Office of General Counsel, Central Intelligence Agency, advocates for reinterpretation of the Fourteenth Amendment's "Citizenship Clause" as it relates to providing U.S. citizenship to the children of foreign diplomats; and Professor William C. Bradford from the National Defense University and the National Defense College, explores relationships between American scholarship and Islamist extremism. This issue also contains two comments by Mason Law students: Lauren Doney analyzes Fourth Amendment expectations of privacy and the hotly-debated Section 215 of the USA PATRIOT Act in light of advancing technologies; and Rick Myers advocates for the adoption of a more flexible approach for service member confinement in both military and civilian facilities with regards to confinement in close proximity to foreign nationals.


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In this issue, the Honorable Michael Mukasey, former U.S. Attorney General, provides insight into timely national security topics such as the NSA, wiretapping, and the data-mining program known as PRISM; the Honorable Robert S. Litt, Second General Counsel of the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, discusses how the legal framework under which the Director of In this issue, the Honorable Michael Mukasey, former U.S. Attorney General, provides insight into timely national security topics such as the NSA, wiretapping, and the data-mining program known as PRISM; the Honorable Robert S. Litt, Second General Counsel of the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, discusses how the legal framework under which the Director of National Intelligence conducts signals intelligence; Mr. Daniel Pines, Associate General Counsel, Office of General Counsel, Central Intelligence Agency, advocates for reinterpretation of the Fourteenth Amendment's "Citizenship Clause" as it relates to providing U.S. citizenship to the children of foreign diplomats; and Professor William C. Bradford from the National Defense University and the National Defense College, explores relationships between American scholarship and Islamist extremism. This issue also contains two comments by Mason Law students: Lauren Doney analyzes Fourth Amendment expectations of privacy and the hotly-debated Section 215 of the USA PATRIOT Act in light of advancing technologies; and Rick Myers advocates for the adoption of a more flexible approach for service member confinement in both military and civilian facilities with regards to confinement in close proximity to foreign nationals.

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