Jennifer Granick’s TED talk on activism and spying in the U.S.
"How the US government spies on people who protest — including you" is the title of Jennifer Granick's TED Talk featuring the research and ideas in American Spies.
American Spies “best single book” for understanding U.S. surveillance
Christopher J. Coyne, Professor of Economics at George Mason University has reviewed American Spies and says "To date, it is the best single book I have read for understanding the breadth of the U.S. government’s surveillance operations." Read more of the review in...
SC Magazine: Granick One of Eight Women to Watch in IT Security
"Most recently, Granick was in the news for her work on a case seeking to reveal how the government proceeds in matters of domestic snooping and how it strong arms companies into cooperating with federal efforts to thwart cryptography." Read more.
Jennifer Granick on FT’s Tech Tonic
Jennifer Granick on Techdirt
Techdirt Podcast Episode 120: The Surveillance State: Jennifer Granick, Director of Civil Liberties at the Stanford Center for Internet and Society and author of the new book American Spies joins Techdirt for an in-depth discussion about the surveillance state today....
This is what you need to know about government surveillance
On Monkey Cage Blog, Prof. Henry Farrell has a Q&A with Jennifer Granick about surveillance, wiretapping & American Spies.
Reining In Warrantless Wiretapping of Americans
New article for The Century Foundation: In my book, American Spies: Modern Surveillance, Why You Should Care, and What To Do About It, I explain the dangers that massive collection of information about Americans poses to our democracy. Soon, there will be an...
Great Reviews for American Spies
Have you bought your copy of American Spies yet? American Spies won the 2016 Palmer Civil Liberties Prize as best work of scholarship exploring the tension between civil liberties and national security in contemporary American society. Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR) calls...
Review of American Spies
Read Ben Rothke's review of American Spies at RSA Conference blog. He calls it an important book and "a well-researched expose."
Eavesdropping on Flynn was the legal, obvious intelligence move
In this opinion piece, Granick uses current events, specifically the wiretapping and subsequent resignation of national security advisor Michael Flynn, to explain "incidental collection" and "minimization rules" affecting American privacy.
Jennifer Granick on spying: ‘The more we collect, the less we know’ (Q&A)
By Seth Rosenblatt @ The Parallax “Spying is thriving” because little is understood about how pervasive it is. So writes Jennifer Granick, director of civil liberties at Stanford Law School, in her new book, American Spies: Modern Surveillance, Why You Should Care,...
On Trevor Paglen’s Sight Machine
January 14, 2017 @ 11AM: FOG Design + Art at Fort Mason in San Francisco Panel discussion with artist Trevor Paglen discussing his work Sight Machine: Artificial Intelligence and Ethics At the FOG Design + Art fair on Saturday, January 14, 2017, Granick was on a panel...