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iConstitution: How Apple is using the Constitution as a basis for its argument against the FBI

By   /  March 1, 2016  /  Cyber-surveillance, Cybersecurity, Cybersecurity Law & Policy, Fifth Amendment, First Amendment, National Security Law, News & Events, Pending Cases, Trending Topics  /  No Comments

It’s quite difficult to imagine exactly what the Framers of the Constitution would think of the construal of their document to protect the locked-away iMessages and data of the San Bernardino terrorists. Yet, the principles of the Constitution that Apple is using to rebut the arguments of the FBI protect the rights of the individual […]

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Third Party Doctrine: Supporting Government’s Desire to Collect Information

By   /  November 17, 2015  /  Big Data, Cyber-surveillance, Cybersecurity, Cybersecurity Law & Policy, FISA, Fourth Amendment, Intelligence, Surveillance, Trending Topics  /  No Comments

In the past decade the Senate and House of Representatives have attempted to address the ever-growing concerns surrounding cyber-attacks (i.e., independent computer-network attacks), and cyber-espionage (i.e., government funded network attacks) through a variety of legislation.[1] The majority of proposed legislation on this topic is targeted towards improving information sharing networks across both private and public […]

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NSLB's 2014 Spring Symposium: Understanding the Global Implications of the N.S.A. Disclosures on the U.S. Technology Industry

By   /  March 29, 2014  /  Big Data, Cyber-surveillance, Cybersecurity, Cybersecurity Law & Policy, Economy / Trade, Experts, Featured, National Security Law, National Security Law & Policy, News & Events  /  No Comments

Understanding the Global Implications of the N.S.A. Disclosures on the U.S. Technology Industry Monday, April 7, 2014 – 3:00 to 5:00 PM followed by a reception from 5:00 to 6:00 PM Microsoft Innovation & Policy Center – 901 K Street NW (11th Floor) Washington, DC brought to you by the National Security Law Brief, American University Washington […]

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The Optic Nerve Program Meets the NSA

By   /  March 19, 2014  /  Cyber-surveillance, Cybersecurity, Cybersecurity Law & Policy, Featured, Fifth Amendment, First Amendment, Human Rights in Cyberspace, National Security Law & Policy, Trending Topics  /  No Comments

Three United States Senators and members of the Senate Intelligence Committee are among many Americans who recently discovered that the National Security Agency (NSA) potentially aided the British Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) in the mass collection of Yahoo webcam images through the Optic Nerve program. The three Senators, Ron Wyden (D-OR), Mark Udall (D-CO), and Martin […]

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American University Business Law Review's 2014 Symposium

By   /  March 1, 2014  /  Big Data, Counterterrorism, Cyber-surveillance, Cybersecurity, Economy / Trade, Experts, Featured, National Security Law, News & Events  /  No Comments

Corporate Counter-Terrorism: the Role for Private Companies in National Security (March 28, 2014) The 2014 American University Business Law Review Symposium will address the growing role of corporate America in governmental counter-terrorism programs, including the bulk metadata and PRISM surveillance initiatives. John Carlin, Assistant Attorney General for National Security, will deliver the keynote. Other speakers will include […]

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