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Jun 26

Homeland Security, Privacy and Civil Liberties: A Five Year Review

Location: The Heritage Foundation's Lehrman Auditorium

Increasing freedom and security are often perceived as conflicting interests.  Such debates offer a false choice.  Good public policies must serve to keep Americans safer while protecting individual liberty.  Sound homeland security policies must not only protect the nation against transnational terrorist threats but also ensure that privacy and civil liberties do not become casualties as a result.

The Heritage Foundation is pleased to host Secretary Chertoff, senior DHS officials, and other experts to review the accomplishments and challenges facing the Department of Homeland Security over the last five years of protecting the homeland while preserving privacy and civil liberties.

More About the Speakers

Featuring Opening Remarks by:
The Honorable Michael Chertoff
Secretary,
U.S. Department of Homeland Security

Followed by a Panel Discussion with:
Daniel W. Sutherland
Officer for Civil Rights and Civil Liberties,
U.S. Department of Homeland Security

Hugo Teufel
Chief Privacy Officer,
U.S. Department of Homeland Security

Professor Peter P. Swire
C. William O'Neil Professor in Law and Judicial Administration, Moritz College of Law,
Ohio State University

Kevin Lanigan
Director,
Law and Security Program,
Human Rights First