The Legality of Information Gathering in the War on Terror with Judge Robert Bork and Professor Greg Maggs
September 25, 2007, 12:00 PM- 2:00 PM - Hudson Institute, Washington, D.C. Headquarters
Hudson Institute's Center on Telecommunications, Information and National Security Policy was pleased to host a seminar featuring Greg Maggs, Professor of Law at George Washington University and author of Terrorism and the Law: Cases and Materials and Robert Bork, Hudson Institute Distinguished Fellow.
Judge Robert Bork and Professor Greg Maggs
Maggs examined the controversy surrounding information gathering in the War on Terror. He argues that U.S.counterterrorism efforts should not be defined as either law enforcement or military action, because terrorists act as enemy combatants in some ways and criminal suspects in others.
He also discussed the legality of the National Security Agency's wiretapping program, the use of military aircraft to look for the D.C. snipers, the interrogation of terrorist suspects, and other recent counterterrorism measures.
Judge Bork introduced the event and moderated the discussion. A question-and-answer session followed.
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