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The NSA Report:
Liberty and Security in a Changing World
The President's Review Group on Intelligence and Communications Technologies: Richard A. Clarke, Michael J. Morell, Geoffrey R. Stone, Cass R. Sunstein & Peter Swire

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Preface xi
Executive Summary xv
Recommendations xxv
Chapter 1 | Principles 1
Chapter 2 | Lessons of History 10
Chapter 3 | Reforming Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Directed at United States Persons 34
Chapter 4 | Reforming Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Directed at Non- United States Persons 81
Chapter 5 | Determining What Intelligence Should Be Collected and How 112
Chapter 6 | Organizational Reform in Light of Changing Communications Technology 125
Chapter 7 | Global Communications Technology: Promoting Prosperity, Security, and Openness in a Networked World 154
Chapter 8 | Protecting What We Do Collect 176
Conclusion 199
Appendix A | The Legal Standards for Government Access to Communications 201
Appendix B | Overview of NSA Privacy Protections Under FAA 702; Overview of NSA Privacy Protections Under EO 12333 205
Appendix C | US Intelligence: Multiple Layers of Rules and Oversight 207
Appendix D | Avenues for Whistle-blowers in the Intelligence Community 208
Appendix E | US Government Role in Current Encryption Standards 209
Appendix F | Review Group Briefings and Meetings 213
Appendix G | Glossary 216
Index 227

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