"The Role of the Press and National Security Leaks in the Age of Big Data" Dina Temple-Raston, Counter terrorism Correspondent, NPR, New York City
In 2013, Temple-Raston led the Great Decisions series with "The New Threat Assessment: Defending America on a Budget." The Great Decisions Committee was fascinated by her presentation and are honored to welcome her back to kick off the 2014 series. Her talk will focus on the timely issues of national security, privacy, Edward Snowden, and meta data. Don't miss it!
Anyone interested in discussing the issues raised and solving the world's problems over a cold libation is welcome to join us at Harmony Brewing after the lecture.
Note: Lectures start at 6 and usually last between an hour and an hour and a half. The cost is $10 per lecture, or $5 if you become a World Affairs Council Member (prices range from $11 to $200). You can get more information at http://www.worldmichigan.org/.