Recap: A Guide to Recent Posts on Just Security (Dec. 21-Jan 3)

I. Surveillance and Data Collection

  1. Thomas Earnest, FISC Approves Application to Renew Telephony Metadata Program (Friday, Jan 3)
  2. Thomas Earnest, Reactions to the New York Times and The Guardian Editorial Boards’ Call for Clemency for Snowden (Thursday, Jan. 2)
  3. Jennifer Granick, Prediction: Fourth Amendment Evolves in 2014 (Tuesday, Dec. 31)
  4. Marty Lederman, The “Front-Page Rule” (Monday, Dec. 30)
  5. Marty Lederman, Very Summary Account of Judge Pauley’s Opinion on the 215 Telephony Metadata Program (Friday, Dec. 27)
  6. Thomas Earnest, Judge Pauley (SDNY) Rules NSA Bulk Telephony Metadata Program is Constitutional (Friday, Dec. 27)
  7. Ryan Goodman, How to Evaluate Whether the NSA’s Telephony Metadata Program Makes Us Safer (and What Proponents and Opponents Get Wrong)  (Friday, Dec. 27)
  8. Julian Sanchez, How Limited is 702? (Tuesday, Dec. 24)
  9. David Cole and Marty Lederman, Data-Mining, Section 215, and Regulating the Government’s Use of Stored Data: The Overlooked, but More Important, Question about NSA Surveillance (Monday, Dec. 23)
  10. Marty Lederman, Highlights of the Report of the President’s Review Group on Intelligence and Communications Technologies (Sunday, Dec. 22)
  11. Ryan Goodman, Mini Forum on President’s Review Group on Intelligence and Communications Technologies (Sunday, Dec. 22)

II. Drones and Targeted Killings

III. Detention, Treatment, and Trial 

  1. Steve Vladeck, Two Quick Reflections on Why al Maqaleh III Matters  (Tuesday, Dec. 24)
  2. Shaheed Fatima, The Report of the UK Detainee Inquiry (Monday, Dec. 23)

IV. Universal Jurisdiction

  1. Hugo Relva, Letter to the Editor: Reply from Legal Adviser, Amnesty International to Ryan Goodman on Survey of Universal Jurisdiction  (Thursday, Dec. 26)
  2. Ryan Goodman, Response to the Letter to the Editor from Amnesty International’s Legal Adviser  (Thursday, Dec. 26)

For recaps from previous weeks, please visit our Recap Archive page. 

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Michael Joshi

Former Communications Director for Just Security