Homeland Security and Privacy


Ari Schwartz
* Associate Director for the Center for Democracy and Technology, a non profit privacy organization focused on information technologies.

Stewart Baker
* Technology Lawyer
* Former general counsel of the National Security Agency

Peter Swire
* Former privacy counselor to Clinton
* Teaches privacy law at Ohio State University, Columbus OH

Renting a car, surfing the web, buying a book...Everyday activities that could be tracked by the government in the interest of national security. But how likely is that really? As the Homeland Security Act becomes law, Neal Conan and guests look at how the government is looking at us.



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