Recap: A Guide to Recent Posts on Just Security (Mar. 22-29)

I. Surveillance, Privacy, & Technology

  1. Just Security, AUBLR’s Symposium on The Role of Private Companies in National Security  (Friday, Mar. 28)
  2. Jennifer Granick, DOJ Pushes to Expand Hacking Abilities Against Cyber-Criminals (Thursday, Mar. 27)
  3. Beth Van Schaack, The Extraterritorial Right to Privacy: An Opportunity to Impact the Debate (Thursday, Mar. 27)
  4. Ryan Goodman, International Law on Mass Foreign Surveillance: A Response to Ben Wittes and Ashley Deeks (Wednesday, Mar. 26)
  5. Jameel Jaffer, Some Questions About the President’s Phone-Records Proposal (Tuesday, Mar. 25)
  6. David Cole, An End to Dragnet Surveillance? (Monday, Mar. 24)
  7. Thomas Earnest, President Obama Will Seek to Curb (End?) Section 215 Bulk Collection (Monday, Mar. 24)
  8. Jennifer Granick, Huawei Hacking is a Security Scandal (Monday, Mar. 24)
  9. Ryan Goodman, International Proscriptions on Mass Surveillance (or What’s Missing in the Greenwald vs. Wittes Debate) (Monday, Mar. 24)
  10. Edward Lucas, Guest Post: The So-Called Huawei Scandal and the Snowden Operation (Monday, Mar. 24)

II. Afghanistan

III. Detention, Trial, & Treatment

  1. Marty Lederman, GTMO Case to Watch in the Supreme Court [UPDATED] (Friday, Mar. 28)
  2. Daphne Eviatar, The Abu Ghaith Trial: How U.S. terrorism prosecutions are supposed to happen (Wednesday, Mar. 26)
  3. Thomas Earnest, Jury Reaches a Verdict in Abu Ghaith Trial (Wednesday, Mar. 26)
  4. Fionnuala Ní Aoláin, Conspiracy – A Quick Historical Survey (Tuesday, Mar. 25)

IV. International & Foreign Law

  1. Beth Van Schaack, The Extraterritorial Right to Privacy: An Opportunity to Impact the Debate (Thursday, Mar. 27)
  2. Ruchi Parekh,  UN Human Rights Committee’s Report on US Compliance with the ICCPR: National Security Highlights (Thursday, Mar. 27)
  3. Ryan Goodman, UN Human Rights Committee Says ICCPR Applies to Extraterritorial Surveillance: But is that so novel? (Thursday, Mar. 27)
  4. Wade McMullen, Guest Post: US Policy on Uganda’s LGBT Rights Violations and the Hunt for Joseph Kony (Monday, Mar. 24)
  5. Beth Van Schaack, Operation Observant Compass & the Hunt for Joseph Kony Plussed Up (Sunday, Mar. 23)

V. Targeted Killing & Drones

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

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