Paul Rosenzweig

Red Branch Consulting

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Founder of Red Branch Consulting, which consults on national security and privacy law, and visiting fellow at the Heritage Foundation's Center for Legal and Judicial Studies; former Deputy Assistant Secretary for Policy in the Department of Homeland Security

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For more than a year, reporters have been poring over the vast trove of National Security Agency files made public by Edward Snowden.

Will the Latest NSA Revelations Lead to Reform?

For more than a year, reporters have been poring over the vast trove of National Security Agency files made public by Edward Snowden.

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An FBI agent told superiors that his friend Jill Kelly was subjected to e-mail harassment.

Is the Government Reading Your Email?

An FBI agent told superiors that his friend Jill Kelly was subjected to e-mail harassment.

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An FBI agent told superiors that his friend Jill Kelly was subjected to e-mail harassment.

David Petraeus, Paula Broadwell… and You

An FBI agent told superiors that his friend Jill Kelly was subjected to e-mail harassment.

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