A Meaningful and Durable Dialogue Between the Intelligence and Regulatory States has Begun

From: Harvard Law Review

Presidential Intelligence
The administrative state increasingly has things to learn from the intelligence world. For example, the intelligence community has had extensive experience with the legal and policy issues implicated by the revolution in “Big Data.” As the delivery of health care and education, for example, come to depend upon Big Data, regulatory agencies could learn a great deal from spy agencies. Furthermore, in an age of mounting threats in cyberspace, regulators from the “ordinary” administrative state— not to mention private actors —can and must learn from, and interact with, intelligence and national security agencies. But setting these emerging issues aside for future research, the key insight for now is that a meaningful and durable dialogue between the intelligence and regulatory states has begun.

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