The Mac That Shook National Security

Calabresi, Massimo
February 2000
Mentions former United States Central Intelligence Agency director John Deutch and the suspension of his security clearance in August 1999. Accusations against Deutch's successor, George Tenet, for mishandling the matter; US Senate Intelligence Committee hearings in February 2000.


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