https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MeMpU7VGe2I The National Security Agency's Rob Storch is a talkative guy at a place that specializes in eavesdropping. "It's a big federal government agency. It spends a lot of taxpayer dollars. And so as a general matter, I think the public has a right to know how its funds are being spent," said Storch, who became the NSA's inspector general in January. Storch is an independent watchdog at the sprawling intelligence agency, and one of his favorite topics is whistleblowers. "I felt very strongly that this was a key function for an inspector general's office, to have a robust whistleblower program," Storch said in an interview at his office on one of the top floors at NSA headquarters. Headquarters is a huge, black cube of...
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From Inside The NSA, A Call For More Whistleblowers