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Why are U.S. intelligence agencies still applying extraordinary safeguards to the incidentally collected communications of Chinese, Russian and Iranian citizens as well as the nationals of EU allies that refuse to offer similar privacy protections to Americans? 

LBJ Clinical Professor and Intelligence Studies Project Director Stephen Slick and former Brumley Senior Graduate Fellow Eric Manpearl (MPAff '18) answer that question in their LawFare article, then "recommend that the administration conduct a comprehensive assessment of the actual mission, administrative and opportunity costs of restricting how the intelligence community handles data gleaned from the intercepted communications of non-Americans."