The new signals intelligence executive order is a positive response to prior privacy disagreements with the U.S. and European Union. European advocates would be wise to embrace it.
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A brief summary of the Executive Order on Enhancing Safeguards for United States Signals Intelligence Activities.
The National Security Agency (NSA) released on Jan. 13 a document pertaining to the rules governing signals intelligence (SIGINT) collection.
Revisiting Legacy Restrictions on the Intelligence Community’s Handling of SIGINT Data on Non-Americans
Why are U.S. intelligence agencies still applying extraordinary safeguards to the incidentally collected communications of Chinese, Russian and Iranian citizens as well as the nationals of EU allies that refuse to offer similar privacy protections to Americans?
Canada is going on the attack—at least in cyberspace. As Canada undergoes the most comprehensive national security legislation reform in over three decades, one of the most notable proposed changes in the sweeping Bill C-59 would empower Canada’s signals intelligence agency, the Communications Security Establishment (CSE), to engage in offensive cyber operations.