Balogh Discusses History of Privacy on Here and Now

Monday, April 16, 2018

With Mark Zuckerberg's congressional testimony and the recent FBI seizure of Michael Cohen's legal record, concerns about privacy of information have been making a lot of headlines recently. To provide a historical perspective, Brian Balogh recently spoke (along with his BackStory co-host Nathan Connolly) on NPR's Here and Now about the long history of American privacy and infringement, stretching back to Colonial-era search and seizure and the early origins of the National Security Agency.

Check out the interview here!

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