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Our Bankrupt Privacy Policies

Our Bankrupt Privacy Policies J. Bradley Jansen August 1, 2002 With each day’s headlines touting the new record bankruptcy, a stock market dive or some corporate malfeasance, it behooves us to act preemptively to check some of the forthcoming problems. After Enron and WorldCom, we need to act now to protect the privacy of customers—before […]

Privacy Wake Up Call

Privacy Wake Up Call Commentary by J. Bradley Jansen July 23, 2002 Last month, North Dakota sent a clear message to the financial community that privacy matters. While some state legislators have passed opt-in privacy rules on the selling and sharing of personal financial information, this was the first clear popular referendum. There are several […]

FBI targets protest groups

FBI targets protest groups J. Bradley Jansen June 26, 2002 The Washington Times Nearly all of us know that law enforcement, and specifically the intelligence community, failed in their mission to prevent the tragedies of September 11 last year. Congress and the attorney general were right to respond quickly to that failure. The question remains […]

Coalition letter to House Judiciary Committee Chairman James Sensenbrenner on FBI Guidelines

Coalition letter to House Judiciary Committee Chairman James Sensenbrenner on FBI Guidelines June 20, 2002 Chairman F. James Sensenbrenner, Jr. U.S. House of Representatives Committee on the Judiciary 2138 Rayburn House Office Building Washington, DC 20515 Dear Chairman Sensenbrenner: On behalf of a broad coalition ranging from conservative, religious, libertarian and other organizations, we want […]

An Open Letter To Attorney General John Ashcroft

An Open Letter To Attorney General John Ashcroft By J. Bradley Jansen June 19, 2002 An Open Letter To Attorney General John Ashcroft June 19, 2002 By J. Bradley Jansen Dear Mr. Attorney General, Please know that I write this as friendly, constructive criticism with a concern about our security. With a long-standing record in […]

Should Our Race Be Private?

Should Our Race Be Private? by J. Bradley Jansen Published in The Abolitionist Examiner June 1, 2002 California has long been a trendsetter for the country on a host of issues. In my opinion, some of those Left Coast-generated trends have been very good (the tax revolt) and others less so (the sushi craze). Now […]

Anti-Terrorism and Constitutional Liberties

Anti-Terrorism and Constitutional Liberties Commentary by J. Bradley Jansen May 30, 2002 The War on Terrorism has domestic implications that directly impact on our Constitutional liberties. In response to times of terrorism and war, there is a debate between the false choice of privacy versus security. The dichotomy is false because we deserve both privacy […]

Warrantless Searches or Constitutional Protections?

Warrantless Searches or Constitutional Protections? Commentary by J. Bradley Jansen May 22, 2002 There has been a much-debated controversy between the government’s ability to secure our rights and liberties and its ability to go after the bad guys. In the current debate, the bad guys are genuinely bad and threaten our lives and liberties. No […]

J Bradley Jansen Included in Task Force Report on Information Exchange and Financial Privacy

J Bradley Jansen was the main author of the financial privacy sections included in Task Force Report on Information Exchange and Financial Privacy Task Force on Information Exchange and Financial Privacy Task Force on Information Exchange and Financial Privacy REPORT ON FINANCIAL PRIVACY, LAW ENFORCEMENT AND TERRORISM May 1, 2002 Membership Chairman Hon. Mack F. […]

Jansen Speaks at Cato Briefing on Financial Privacy and the War on Terrorism

Jansen Speaks at Cato Briefing on Financial Privacy and the War on Terrorism Financial Privacy and the War on Terrorism HILL BRIEFING Friday, April 26, 2002 12:00 p.m. (Luncheon to follow) Featuring David R. Burton, Prosperity Institute; J. Bradley Jansen, Free Congress Foundation; and Veronique de Rugy, Cato Institute. B-369 Rayburn House Office Building The […]