Our guest for episode 90 is Charlie Savage, New York Times reporter, talking about Power Wars, his monumental new book on the law and politics of terrorism in the Obama (and Bush) administrations.
Latest in Glenn Greenwald
Glenn Greenwald has seen the big picture in Paris. With 129 people dead, terrorists still at large, and ISIS crowing over the carnage, Greenwald has jumped on the real problem: Someone, somewhere might think the Edward Snowden leaks had something to do with an attack to which our signals intelligence was blind.
Editor’s Note: The drone program remains controversial, and critics regularly blast it for creating more terrorists than it kills. Prominent among these critics is Glenn Greenwald, a founding editor of The Intercept, which published an anti-drone report based on leaked documents. C.
Christine Fair vs. Glenn Greenwald.
As part of a security conference organized by Hewlett Packard, the former NSA Director sat down yesterday for a moderated discussion with the journalist and co-founder of the Intercept.
Here's the video:
We expected our piece on liability standards with respect to encryption would provoke strong reactions. We did not expect ad hominim attacks, outright lies, or a near-total failure to engage our legal analysis.