Recap of Recent Posts at Just Security (October 17–23)

I. Classified Information & Transparency

  1. Jameel Jaffer, Drone Disclosures, Official and Not (Monday, October 19)
  2. Marty Lederman, Bart Gellman at Purdue: Is It Lawful to Discuss and Display the Snowden Documents in Universities? (Wednesday, October 21)

II. Surveillance, Encryption & Privacy

  1. Jennifer Granick & Riana Pfefferkorn, Update on Apple’s Compelled-Decryption Case (Tuesday, October 20)
  2. Marko Milanovic, Guest Post: The World Doesn’t Need a “Snowden Treaty” (Wednesday, October 21)
  3. Faiza Patel, Safe Harbor and Reforming Section 702 (Thursday, October 22)

III. Guantánamo

  1. Marty Lederman, The Ba Odah Hearing Before Judge Hogan (Tuesday, October 20)
  2. Daphne Eviatar, The Latest Stumbling Block in the 9/11 Case: Self-Representation and Classified Evidence (Tuesday, October 20)

IV. National Defense Authorization Act Veto

  1. Marty Lederman, GTMO Provisions Are One of Three Reasons for the President’s NDAA Veto Today (Thursday, October 22)
  2. Harold Koh, After the NDAA Veto: Now What? (Friday, October 23)

V. Judicial Review in National Security Cases

VI. Law of Armed Conflict

VII. Congressional Hearings

 

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