ODNI In the News
1.26.2009 - USA TODAY Highlights DNI's Commitment to Civil Liberties
On Jan. 26, USA TODAY profiled Tim Edgar, a former ACLU attorney who now works as the Deputy for Civil Liberties for the Civil Liberties and Privacy Office of the ODNI. Edgar, who is responsible for reviewing intelligence programs to ensure that civil liberties and privacy rights of Americans are protected, cited a number of successes by his office. These include helping to reform the processes that determine who is placed on terrorist watch lists, and putting in place protections in the new guidelines governing collection by the FBI.
View the article, "Ex-ACLU Lawyer Settled Into Government Role," here.
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