White House releases report from Review Group on Intelligence Reform

Responding to several allegations of unauthorized spying by the nation’s intelligence agencies, the newly formed Review Group on Intelligence and Communications Technologies was tasked with reviewing the collection methods of the nation’s spy agencies.  As a result, the Review Group submitted a list of 46 recommendations  which according to a White House press release “represented a consensus view, particularly significant given the broad scope of the members’ expertise in counterterrorism, intelligence, oversight, privacy and civil liberties.” 

This afternoon, the White House released the report which can be found here:

Liberty and Security in a Changing World: Report and Recommendations of the President’s Review Group on Intelligence

The Press release can be found here: President Obama’s Meeting with the Review Group on Intelligence and Communications Technologies




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