Surveillance

US Government Seeks to Deny Twitter’s “Warrant Canary” Challenge

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Jan 13th, 2015

14 National Security Law “Heroes” in 2014

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Dec 31st, 2014

In 2007, One Judge Said No to the NSA

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Dec 18th, 2014

The Cato Institute Surveillance Conference

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Dec 17th, 2014

Guest Post: NSA Reform — The Consequences of Failure

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Nov 26th, 2014

The US Needs a New International Strategy for Cyberspace

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Nov 24th, 2014

Takeaways from the House Intelligence Committee Cybersecurity Hearing

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Nov 21st, 2014

There Will Be Surveillance Reform

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Nov 20th, 2014

The End of the Snowden Affair

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Nov 19th, 2014

The FBI Doesn’t Need More Access: We’re Already in the Golden Age of Surveillance

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Nov 17th, 2014

Extending Privacy Protections to Foreigners Will Benefit Americans

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Nov 6th, 2014

National Security Politics in the 114th Congress

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Nov 5th, 2014

A Republican Senate Takeover Won’t Doom Surveillance Reform

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Nov 4th, 2014

2014 Congressional Midterms and Surveillance Reform: Races to Watch

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Nov 3rd, 2014

Apple, Boyd, and Going Dark

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Oct 20th, 2014

Security “Front Doors” vs. “Back Doors”: A Distinction Without a Difference

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Oct 17th, 2014

Twitter’s First Amendment Suit & the Warrant-Canary Question

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Oct 10th, 2014

Clapper, Adobe, and Article III Standing for Surveillance Harms

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Oct 9th, 2014

Executive Order 12333 and the Golden Number

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Oct 9th, 2014

Twitter is Suing the US Government in an Effort to Reveal Surveillance Information

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Oct 8th, 2014

Smartphone “Backdoors” and Open Computing

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Oct 6th, 2014

Bugs, Bounties, and Blowback

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Oct 3rd, 2014

It’s Time to Pass the USA Freedom Act—Warts and All

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Oct 2nd, 2014

The Need for Both Legal and Technical Privacy Protections

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Sep 30th, 2014

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