Should we “err on the side of security”?
We shouldn’t err at all. That gets us nowhere. And unthinkingly sticking to failed notions of security is not helping avoid mistakes.
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- The Intercept: From Paris to Boston, Terrorists Were Already Known to Authorities
- Washington Post: Suspect in Berlin market attack was radicalized in an Italian jail
- CNN: How the Berlin attack unfolded
- Telegraph (London): Tunisian suspect was investigated over earlier terror plot
- Truth in Media: Trump Says He Supports Reauthorizing Patriot Act, NSA Metadata Collection
- Washington Times: FBI admits no major cases cracked with Patriot Act snooping powers
- Washington Times: NSA chief’s admission of misleading numbers adds to Obama administration blunders
- MyShadow.org: Lies and Revelations – Why mass surveillance is not about catching the “bad guys”
- Telegraph (London): Who is Salah Abdeslam and who were the Paris terrorists? Everything we know about the Isil attackers
- Politico: The FBI’s Growing Surveillance Gap
- The Daily Beast: Omar Mateen, Terrorist Who Attacked Orlando Gay Club, Had Been Investigated by FBI
- New York Times: 2 U.S. Agencies Added Boston Bomb Suspect to Watch Lists
- ABC News: Recruiter Shooting Suspect Under FBI Investigation
- The Federalist: NY, NJ Bomber Rahani the Latest Terrorist to Pass FBI Investigation
- Electronic Freedom Foundation: A Coalition says to Congress – End 702 or Enact Reforms