Ranjana Natarajan is a clinical professor at the School of Law's National Security Clinic. She explains the necessary balancing act that occurs in the United States legal system, as citizens challenge the use of new and more invasive defense technologies such as whole-body scanners in airports. From Guantanamo Bay to police searches, Natarajan clarifies the significance of the rule of law and the writ of habeas corpus in maintaining national security.
Expert Q&A on national security and the right to privacy
Christopher Palmer | April 1, 2010