ISP Director Quoted on Privacy in New York Times

News | March 31, 2017

On Friday, March 31, ISP Director Steve Slick was quoted in the New York Times, commenting on the ‘extraordinary lengths’ intelligence agencies go to to protect the privacy of Americans. 

Slick noted that intelligence officials have ‘no incentive to to see intelligence reports they gather and distribute for national security purposes become fodder in domestic political disputes.’ 

Click here to read the full article, “Trumps Approach to Intel Agencies Shows Anxiety, Distrust,” in the New York Times.