- Tuesday, October 10, 2017 at 12:10PM - 1:00PM
- Yale Law School - Room 128
- Open To The Public
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Over the past fifteen years, changes to U.S. intelligence law and policy have focused on information sharing within the U.S. Intelligence Community and amongst government entities. This discussion will explore whether law or policies need to be updated to facilitate intelligence and national security information being shared with the public at large. Using the 2016 election interference by the Russian government as an example of cybersecurity threats and their potential influence on democratic processes, this talk will explore whether the public is developing a greater expectation of being informed directly about the government’s assessment of national security threats, and whether our laws, policies and institutions are ready to take on that expectation.
Center for Global Legal Challenges, ISP, National Secruity Group, and TechSoc