Posted by Matt on January 03, 2014 Tagged with: tech, surveillance, internet, nsa
The 30th Chaos Communication Congress was held from December 27th-30th, 2013 in Hamburg, Germany. I haven't watched all of the talks (not even close) but all the ones I have watched have been excellent. Naturally, I'm drawn to the ones that deal with government surveillance. Since this blog has a legal flavour to it, I'm posting Kurt Opsahl's explanation of how the legal framework that gave the NSA the confidence to engage in wide-spread surveillance developed.