Julian Sanchez

Julian Sanchez appears in the following:

Encryption: The Next Battle for Civil Liberties?

Tuesday, December 29, 2015

Julian Sanchez, senior fellow at the Cato Institute, says diminishing encryption would open up technology to weaknesses that could be “exploited by the bad guys.” 

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Patriot Act Extension Ignites Debate on Capitol Hill

Friday, May 27, 2011

On the Senate floor, Republican Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky sought to single-handedly block a vote which would extend two sections of the Patriot Act and a related intelligence law set to expire on Thursday night. The Senator's opinion stood in opposition to the majority of both parties who hoped to approve a four year extension. Senator Paul objected to majority leader Harry Reid’s "hurry-up" vote, which would not allow votes on several proposed amendments. Julian Sanchez is a research fellow at the CATO institute where he focuses primarily on issues of civil liberty, surveillance, intelligence and national security. He drills down into the Patriot Act renewal.


Strange Bedfellows Block Patriot Act

Wednesday, February 09, 2011

Even going back to the original passage of the Patriot Act, you found folks like Grover Norquist and Americans for Tax Reform, these arch-conservatives teaming up with the ACLU. So th...

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Strange Bedfellows Block Patriot Act

Wednesday, February 09, 2011

Julian Sanchez, research fellow at the Cato Institute, discusses the failure of the Patriot Act extension yesterday and the right-left coalition that successfully blocked it.

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