Sum of its Parts

Friday, November 25, 2005

Transcript

Federal use of the "mosaic theory" of classifying information, whereby otherwise individual pieces of unclassified information are deemed classified because when viewed together they take on added significance, has enjoyed a resurgence since 9/11. Brooke discusses the theory with David Pozen, author of a forthcoming Yale Law Journal article about its uses and abuses.

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