I/S: A Journal of Law and Policy for the Information Society
Volume 10, Issue 2
NSA Surveillance: Security, Privacy, and Civil Liberty
Summer 2014


Foreword: The NSA and the Legal Regime for Foreign Intelligence Surveillance
Shane, Peter M. pp. 259-300
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Articles

The Legality of the National Security Agency’s Bulk Data Surveillance Programs
Yoo, John pp. 301-326
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Membership Lists, Metadata, and Freedom of Association’s Specificity Requirement
Strandburg, Katherine J. pp. 327-365
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National Insecurity: The Impacts of Illegal Disclosures of Classified Information
Young, Mark D. pp. 367-406
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Secret without Reason and Costly without Accomplishment: Questioning the National Security Agency’s Metadata Program
Mueller, John; Stewart, Mark G. pp. 407-432
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NSA Surveillance: The Implications for Civil Liberties
Kadidal, Shayana pp. 433-479
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The Massive Metadata Machine: Liberty, Power, and S̶e̶c̶r̶e̶t̶ Mass Surveillance in the U.S. and Europe
Newell, Bryce Clayton pp. 481-522
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Domesticating Programmatic Surveillance: Some Thoughts on the NSA Controversy
Sales, Nathan Alexander pp. 523-550
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Standing and Secret Surveillance
Vladeck, Stephen I. pp. 551-579
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Making No Secrets About It
Hundt, Reed E. pp. 581-598
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FISA Reform
Donohue, Laura K. pp. 599-639
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A Cyber Age Privacy Doctrine: A Liberal Communitarian Approach
Etzioni, Amitai L. pp. 641-669
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