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ACLU Calls For A Review Of U.S. Surveillance Policies

Privacy Rights Advocates To Call For A Review Of  U.S. Surveillance Policies

ACLU Joins Panel Discussion Tomorrow Featuring Whistleblower In NSA Warrantless Wiretapping Program And Lead Plaintiff In Case To Release  Office Of Legal Counsel Memos On Secret Surveillance

March 9, 2009

CONTACT: Linda Paris, (202) 675-2312; media@aclu.org

WASHINGTON – Tomorrow, the American Civil Liberties Union will participate in a panel discussion on advancing privacy rights, titled “Domestic Surveillance: Next Steps,” in room 385 of the Russell Senate Office Building in Washington D.C. The one-hour event is part of a National Whistleblower Assembly, sponsored by the Government Accountability Project (GAP), being held March 8-11.

The panel discussion will feature three privacy advocates sharing their recommendations for engaging with the Obama administration to reform U.S. surveillance policy. One of the panelists is Michael MacLeod-Ball, Chief Legislative and Policy Counsel for the ACLU Washington Legislative Office, who will address ongoing surveillance issues, such as the Patriot Act and the National Security Letters Reform Act. He will also discuss recent revelations about surveillance on peaceful activists in Maryland and Texas as evidence of the problems with the new Attorney General guidelines issued last year.

WHAT:

Panel discussion featuring privacy rights advocates on how to advance a safe and free America under the Obama administration

WHO:
Moderated by Jesselyn Raddack, Director of GAP’s Homeland Security and whistleblower

Panelists to include:
Tom Tamm, whistleblower in the National Security Agency’s warrantless wiretapping program
Marc Rotenberg, Executive Director of the Electronic Privacy and information Center
Michael Macleod-Ball, Chief Legislative and Policy Counsel for the ACLU Washington Legislative Office

WHEN:

Tomorrow, Tuesday, March 10, 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.

WHERE:
385 Russell Senate Office Building, Washington DC



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