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By Ben Bain
June 09, 2009
Top intell official says public must be convinced civil liberties are
The government must convince people that it can bolster cybersecurity
and protect civil liberties, the country=E2=80=99s top intelligence official has
Dennis Blair, the Director of National Intelligence, said June 8 that
the reality of intertwining public, private and government networks has
meant increased collaboration with companies to protect the common
structure used by agencies and the private sector. However, Blair also
acknowledged =E2=80=9Ca deep suspicion=E2=80=9D that many people have about the
government, particularly intelligence agencies, being involved in
Blair's remark's came in a speech at a dinner in Washington hosted by
the Intelligence and National Security Alliance, a professional
organization with members from both government and industry.
=E2=80=9CI think that=E2=80=99s going to be a big job in the future,=E2=80=9D Blair said. =E2=80=9CThe
president announced the results of a 60-day review, pointed at the
importance of striking this bala
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