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Privacy and Liberty

NSA.  9/11.  Reporter Intimidation.  Boston Marathon bombing.  Obamacare.  Anthrax.  Social Media.  Al-Qaeda.  Do Americans need to give up their right to privacy in order to survive today?  Have those rights been subverted by big government?  Or have we all too willingly given them away, in the pursuit of more online “friends”?

What does the future hold for our civil liberties? Please join us as our all-star panel discusses the important balance between privacy and security.

Featuring:

Jim Geraghty

Contributing Editor, National Review 

Debbie Rose

Intellectual Property Fellow, The Association for Competitive Technology 

Paul Rosenzweig 

Founder, Red Branch Consulting PLLC; Senior Advisor, The Chertoff Group; and Former Deputy Assistant Secretary for Policy, Department of Homeland Security

August 29, 2013 at High Noon

at the Heritage Foundation

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