'Culture Shift' Driving NSA, CIA, FBI To Be More Open

By Allison Grande (April 20, 2017, 8:40 PM EDT) -- The National Security Agency, Central Intelligence Agency and FBI are working to buck a longstanding culture of secrecy and are striving to share more information with the public about their data surveillance practices and accompanying privacy safeguards, agency officials said Thursday.

NSA Civil Liberties Director and Privacy Officer Rebecca J. Richards, CIA Privacy and Civil Liberties Officer Benjamin Huebner and FBI Privacy and Civil Liberties Union Chief Erin Prest appeared together before a group of privacy professionals at a conference in Washington, D.C., to elaborate on efforts to be more forthcoming with the public in the wake of leaks of classified...

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