Section 702 of the Foreign Surveillance Intelligence Act is up for reauthorization later this year. What has long been a key surveillance tool, Section 702 now faces controversy over whether its powers are too broad. Is Section 702 granting excessive authority to intelligence officers, or is its framework, along with its limitations, simply misunderstood? This week, host Elisa is joined by Joshua Geltzer, Deputy Assistant to President Biden and Deputy Homeland Security Advisor with the National Security Council. Together they unpack the essentials of Section 702, what the critics are saying, and what the future may hold for this beneficial and controversial national security tool.
Joshua A. Geltzer is the Deputy Assistant to the President and Deputy Homeland Security Advisor with the National Security Council
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