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National Security Agency (NSA) and Fourth Amendment Rights: Congressional Hearings on Intelligence Activities
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Frank Church (ed)
Hearings on the National Security Agency (NSA) before the Senate Select Comm. to Study Governmental Operations with Respect to Intelligence Activities, October 9 and November 6, 1975. At that time the NSA was unknown to most Americans, either by its acronym or its full name, in contrast to the CIA. This is peculiar, because the NSA is an immense installation. In its task of collecting intelligence by intercepting foreign communications, the NSA employs thousands of people and operates with an enormous budget. Its expansive computer facilities comprise some of the most complex and sophisticated electronic machinery in the world. One of the largest and least known of the intelligence agencies, it also gives out little information about itself. The purpose of these hearings was to bring the NSA from behind closed doors. Witnesses: Lt. Gen. Lew Allen, Jr., Dir., NSA, accompanied by Benson Buffham, Deputy Dir., and Roy Banner, Gen. Counsel, NSA; Edward H. Levik, Attorney Gen. of the U.S.; and Philip B. Heymann, Prof. of Law, Harvard Law School. This is a print on demand report.
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