Recap of Recent Posts at Just Security (March 19–25)

I. Surveillance, Cybersecurity & Privacy

  1. Marty Lederman, A Friendly Critique of the Proposed Chesney/Vladeck “Middle Ground” in the Apple/FBI Disputes (Monday, March 21)
  2. Julian Sanchez, FBI “Discovers” It Can Access That iPhone After All (Tuesday, March 22)
  3. Kristen Eichensehr, Deterrence by Indictment? (Thursday, March 24)
  4. Jennifer Granick, Surveillance Oversight Should Be President-Proof, But We’re Still a Long Way Off (Thursday, March 24)
  5. Eileen Donahoe, Guest Post: Digital Disruption of Human Rights (Friday, March 25)

II. National Security & Election Politics

  1. David Luban, Trump and Torture (Monday, March 21)
  2. Alex Whiting, Prosecuting Trump (Tuesday, March 22)

III. Cuba & Guantánamo

  1. Fionnuala Ní Aoláin, Frank and Candid Conversations About Human Rights in Cuba (Tuesday, March 22)
  2. Ken Gude, Guest Post: Obama’s Plan Is Not a Guantánamo North (Friday, March 25)

IV. The Supreme Court

V. International Criminal Law

VI. Targeting Decisions & the Law of Armed Conflict

VII. Congressional Hearings

 

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Daniela Nogueira

Legal Research Assistant at Just Security, Third-Year Student at Yale Law School. Follow her on Twitter (@dl_nogueira).