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- Robert O'Harrow Investigative reporter, Washington Post and author of "No Place To Hide"
- Joe Whitley Attorney, Alston and Bird, and former general counsel, Department of Homeland Security
- Bruce Schneier Chief technology officer, Counterpane Internet Security
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