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Dec 11

A Critique of the Markle Report on Trusted Information Networks for Homeland Security

The Heritage Foundation's Lehrman Auditorium

On December 2, 2003, The Markle Foundation Task Force on National Security in the Information Age released its second report, Creating A Trusted Information Network for Homeland Security, concluding that the U.S. government has not yet taken advantage of America's technology expertise to fight the war on terrorism. The Task Force cataloged current gaps in the nation's system for analyzing and sharing intelligence. Join us for an analysis of this report by experts from the ACLU, the Center for Advanced Studies, The Heritage Foundation and the Potomac Institute.

More About the Speakers

Barry Steinhart
American Civil Liberties Union
Kim Taipale
Center for Advanced Studies