Recap: A Guide to Recent Posts on Just Security (Apr. 26-May 2)

I. Surveillance, Privacy, & Technology

  1. Marty Lederman, Confusion on the Scope of IC Directive 119–Is it Principally about Classified or Nonclassified Information? (Wednesday, Apr. 30)
  2. Jennifer Granick, White House Makes Reassuring Noises On 0-Day Policy (Tuesday, Apr. 29)
  3. Marty Lederman, A More Equivocal Take on the Constitutionality of the DNI’s Directive 119 (Tuesday, Apr. 29)
  4. Steve Vladeck, Intelligence Community Directive 119 and the First Amendment (Monday, Apr. 28)

II. Detention, Trial, & Treatment

  1. Meg Satterthwaite, SSCI Report Names Djibouti as Host to CIA “Black Site,” as Case Pends before the African Commission (Friday, May 2)
  2. Ryan Goodman, United Kingdom’s High Court: Long-Term Detentions in Afghanistan Illegal (Friday, May 2)
  3. David Luban, Remembering Abu Ghraib (2): Not Company Men and Women (Monday, Apr. 28)
  4. David Luban, Remembering Abu Ghraib (1): Torture Everywhere and the Accountability Gap (Monday, Apr. 28)
  5. Marty Lederman, Petition Denied in Hedges (Monday, Apr. 28)

III.  No-Fly Lists

  1. Shirin Sinnar, Guest Post: Terrorist Watchlists and the Myth of Individual Suspicion (Thursday, May 1)

IV. Targeted Killing & Drones

  1. Ryan Goodman, Legal Action Taken to Expose Denmark’s Role in US Targeted Killing Program (Thursday, May 1)
  2. David Cole, Why Can’t We Even Say How Many We Have Killed? (Wednesday, Apr. 30)
  3. Thomas Earnest, Drone Casualty Reporting Requirement Dropped from Intel Authorization Bill (Wednesday, Apr. 30)
  4. Ryan Goodman, Are AQAP Domestic Insurgents in Yemen Covered by the AUMF? (Tuesday, Apr. 29)

V. Congressional Oversight

VI. Miscellaneous

  1. Thomas Earnest, State Department Releases Country Reports on Terrorism (Wednesday, Apr. 30)
  2. Just Security, New Editors’ Picks Reading List: The Regulation and Risks of Cryptocurrency (Monday, Apr. 28)
  3. Thomas Earnest, Call for Papers: The American Association of Law Schools (AALS) Section on National Security (Monday, Apr. 28)

 

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