Adam I Klein in the News

Adam I Klein’s faculty profile

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Washington Examiner December 11, 2023

Now is the chance for Republicans to reform the FBI

Senior Lecturer Adam Klein authored an article about a new proposal from House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Turner and other Republican committee members to reform the FBI's use of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA).
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U.S. Department of Justice May 12, 2023

Durham Special Counsel Report

Lecturer Adam Klein's work as Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board Chairman and resulting article is quoted in the Durham Special Counsel Report regarding intelligence activities and investigations from the 2016 presidential campaigns.
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National Review March 15, 2023

Don’t Eliminate One of America’s Best Spy Tools

Lecturer Adam Klein authors a piece on the elimination of the National Security Agency's (NSA) authority to collect certain types of data on Americans, which is set to expire at the end of the year unless renewed by Congress.
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Lawfare December 27, 2022

FISA Section 702 (2008-2023?)

Professor Adam Klein pens an article about the expiration of Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA), which allows U.S. intelligence agencies to collect data on foreign targets through American communications infrastructure.
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MeriTalk September 19, 2022

Senators Urged to Wall off Data from Hostile Nations

Lecturer Adam Klein explains how foreign intelligence services will continue to gather sensitive personal information even if lawmakers limit the access hostile foreign powers have to American personal data.
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City Journal July 15, 2022

The Problem with “Disinformation”

Senior Lecturer Adam Klein authors an article on foreign intelligence operations, the problem of "disinformation," and First Amendment rights.