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The New Surveillance Law
MRIC 2007/08

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"The New Surveillance Law"

September 11th 
Richard Seamon - College of Law

Abstract: This summer Congress enacted a law that approves a central feature of the President's Terrorist Surveillance Program. The law drew support from both Republicans and many Democrats. Some argue, however, that the law is an unconstitutional law that ratifies excessive presidential surveillance power. This talk discusses the new law and its constitutionality.

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