Better more domestic surveillance than another Sept. 11-type attack on U.S. soil? That was the question in a lively, sold-out debate at the Asia Society's New York headquarters Wednesday night. Six panelists -- including New York Times best-selling author David Frum and ACLU President Nadine Strossen -- squared off over questions such as war's influence on the need for surveillance and technology's role in balancing privacy and security.
Legal Thinkers Clash in Debate on U.S. Surveillance
Special to Law.com
April 23, 2007