Jurist (Oct. 30, 2007)
JURIST Guest Columnist Fred Cate of Indiana University School of Law Bloomington says that a series of dramatic moves over the past five years - most recently the passage of the Protect America Act - has weakened statutory and judicial oversight of domestic surveillance to the point that one wonders whether, by the time the Bush Administration and Congress are finished, there is going to be any legal oversight of domestic surveillance at all.
Cate, Fred H., "Domestic Surveillance and the Decline of Legal Oversight" (2007). Articles by Maurer Faculty. Paper 1287.