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Privacy, Civil Rights, and Civil Liberties in the ISE

Ongoing situational awareness about P/CRCL issues related to the Information Sharing Environment (ISE) is critical to the ability of fusion center personnel to operate effectively.

The DHS Office for Civil Rights and Civil Liberties (CRCL), in partnership with the DHS Privacy Office, provides a newsletter every two weeks consisting of open source news articles covering a range of topics from a variety of perspectives.

News categories we monitor include: fusion centers, information sharing, surveillance, Privacy, Civil Rights and Civil Liberties, cyber/information security, international. The news letter also includes links to government reports, academic papers and thesis, Congressional testimony, and new reference aids or updates.

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The service is offered to fusion center personnel and liaison officers in support of the DHS training on privacy, civil rights, and civil liberties issues in the ISE.

Interested in receiving the e-newsletter? Contact us at FusionCenterTraining@dhs.gov


Sources and Disclaimer: The open source links used for each newsletter materials cover a range of topics from a variety of perspectives that may be of interest to personnel at State and major urban area fusion centers and related Federal partners. The DHS Office for Civil Rights and Civil Liberties (CRCL) does not necessarily endorse any of the viewpoints expressed nor can CRCL attest to the accuracy of any of the linked information or materials. The links are offered as situational awareness and in support of the DHS training on privacy, civil rights, and civil liberties issues in the Information Sharing Environment (ISE).

Page last updated: 03/11/15 (CRCL)

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