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CUA Law Alumna’s Privacy Law Expertise Is Sought After

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CUA Law Alumna Anne McKenna's ’94, expert advice in privacy law is often sought after. In a September 20, Washington Examiner article entitled “Wiretapped calls between Trump and Paul Manafort would have difficult road to disclosure,” McKenna is quoted regarding evidence obtained pursuant to a FISA-based wiretap.

 

Wiretapped calls between Trump and Paul Manafort would have difficult road to disclosure

The Washington Examiner
Sept. 20, 2017
Steven Nelson

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"The evidence obtained pursuant to a FISA-based wiretap is entirely different," said Anne McKenna, who teaches at Penn State's law school.

"Because it involves a matter of national security, the usual constitutional protections that ordinary domestic criminal investigation targets are entitled to by law are not afforded," she said.

McKenna said some unknown details are potentially significant, such as whether the FISA order outlined minimization procedures, particularly concerning the president.
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