On Sept. 13, the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) ruled that the United Kingdom’s bulk data-collection programs violate human-rights law by failing to incorporate adequate privacy safeguards and oversight—but that mass surveillance and intelligence sharing did not violate international law.
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Document: Senate Intelligence Committee Review Endorses January 2017 Intelligence Community Assessment of Russian Election Interference
The Senate intelligence committee released the findings Tuesday of its review of the January 2017 Intelligence Community Assessment of Russia’s efforts to influence the 2016 election. The document is below.
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At its heart, intelligence collection is a simple—yet fragile—process. And President Trump's recent actions will make it much more difficult for U.S. intelligence officers to develop and recruit new sources in the future.
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Lawmakers have proposed reforms to how Canada’s national security and intelligence agencies share information with one another. But unless information-sharing is mandatory, broader reforms will be squandered.