James Comey was preoccupied throughout the period he and President Trump were in office together with the need to protect the FBI from inquiries on investigative matters from the White House.
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Fox News personality Gregg Jarrett is making the remarkable claim that Jim Comey may have himself have broken the law with respect to his now-famous memo recording President Trump's request that he find a way to end the investigation of Mike Flynn. This is nonsense.
There’s an elephant in the room alongside all these DOJ officials who are clucking about the FBI director’s having gone rogue: Attorney General Lynch, having been consulted ahead of time, let James Comey do it.
Answers to eighteen questions on the subject of the campaign, the email investigation, and the actions taken by Comey and the FBI.
The relevance of this letter is probably not that explosive new evidence of Clinton criminality has suddenly emerged. It is that Comey made a set of representations to Congress that have been complicated by new information, and he's informing Congress of that fact before the election.
Are cryptographic envelopes a solution to lawful access and Going Dark?
News Flash: An American college does debate right.
Wednesday evening finds me at Kenyon College, at a conference on privacy, where I will speaking tomorrow on a combination of this paper and some work I have been doing recently on sexual extortion online.
On Tuesday, Director of National Intelligence James Clapper provided the annual Worldwide Threat Assessment of the U.S. Intelligence Community to Congress. We've got the details.
The Lawfare Podcast: Silent Circle's Mike Janke on Encryption, Going Dark, and Corporate Responsibility
Mike Janke, former Navy SEAL, former CEO and founder of a private security company and current chairman of Silent Circle, joins us for a discussion of encryption, technology, public policy and corporate responsibility.