Steven Bradbury

Dechert

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Partner with Dechert, a global law firm; former head of the Office of Legal Counsel in the Bush Justice Department (2004-2009)

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When Edward Snowden revealed that Americans' phone calls and emails were being sucked up by government computers, the President called for a "national conversation."

Is Electronic Surveillance Out of Control?

When Edward Snowden revealed that Americans' phone calls and emails were being sucked up by government computers, the President called for a "national conversation."

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