Recap of Recent Posts at Just Security (May 23–29)

I. Surveillance, Privacy, & Cybersecurity

  1. Jameel Jaffer, Scaremongering About the Patriot Act Sunset (Sunday, May 24)
  2. Judith Germano, Guest Post: One More Reason for Companies to Report Data Breaches (Tuesday, May 26)
  3. Andy Wright, The Patriot Act’s Sunset Recess (Friday, May 29)

II. Detention

  1. Marty Lederman, Understanding the “End of War” Dispute in the al Warafi Habeas Case (Wednesday, May 27)
  2. Deborah Pearlstein, Guest Post: al Warafi’s Active Hostilities (Thursday, May 28)

III. Drones and Public Opinion Polls

  1. Charlie J. Dunlap, Jr., Guest Post: Casualties and Polls: Some Observations (Tuesday, May 26)
  2. Sarah Kreps & Geoffrey Wallace, Guest Post: Public Opinion, International Law, and Drone Strikes: Some Reflections (Wednesday, May 27)

IV. United Kingdom

V. Autonomous Weapons & Lethal Force

VI. Livestreams

  1. Information Law Institute & Center on Law and Security at NYU School of Law, On the Ground Perspectives on the Application of U.S. Surveillance Law to Data in the Cloud (Tuesday, May 26)
  2. Information Law Institute & Center on Law and Security at NYU School of Law, Human Rights Issues in Transnational Data Access (Tuesday, May 26)
  3. Information Law Institute & Center on Law and Security at NYU School of Law, Perspectives on Transnational Data Access: Government, Civil Society, and Corporate Views (Wednesday, May 27)
  4. Just Security & Project for the Study of the 21st Century, Countering Violent Extremism: A Q&A Discussion with Richard Barrett and Faiza Patel (Friday, May 29)

VII. Miscellaneous

 

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