Judicialization of Extraterritorial Spying: Gaps and Gap-Fillers in the World of CSIS Foreign Operations

I have posted my brief article on CSIS extraterritorial surveillance and related issues, expanding on testimony to the Commons Standing Committee on National Security on Bill C-44.  The article may be accessed via SSRN here.  The abstract is as follows:

Written in response to the tabling of Bill C-44 in the Canadian Parliament, this article addresses three issues: judicial oversight of foreign spying conducted by the Canadian Security Intelligence Service; judicial oversight of intelligence sharing between Canadian agencies and international security partners; and review of Canadian security and intelligence agencies. The article raises concerns about the status quo, and proposes reforms.