Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA)

The Vulnerability Equities Process Should Consider More than Intelligence Community Needs

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Sep 2nd, 2016

It’s Time to Come to Terms With Secret Law: Part II

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Jul 22nd, 2016

It’s Time to Come to Terms With Secret Law: Part I

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Jul 20th, 2016

Beware of the Emergency Exception Loophole in the Email Privacy Act

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Jun 7th, 2016

The FBI’s Warrantless Surveillance Back Door Just Opened a Little Wider

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Apr 21st, 2016

The Obama Administration Has Embraced Legal Theories Even Broader Than John Yoo’s

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Apr 7th, 2016

Law Enforcement Online: Innovative Doesn’t Mean Illegal

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Feb 16th, 2016

Why Aren’t Criminal Defendants Getting Notice of Section 702 Surveillance — Again?

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Dec 11th, 2015

Section 702, the Fourth Amendment, and Article III: The Muhtorov (Non-)Decision

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Nov 20th, 2015

Does CISA Contain a Surveillance Law XSS Attack?

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Aug 25th, 2015

Has the CIA Asked the FISC to Restart Its Bulk Collection Program?

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Jun 25th, 2015

“Expense,” “Delay,” and the Inauspicious Debut of the USA FREEDOM Act’s Amicus Provision

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Jun 23rd, 2015

The Need for a USA Freedom Technical Corrections Act

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Jun 8th, 2015

What Did the USA Freedom Act Actually Amend?

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Jun 4th, 2015

Rand Paul and Surveillance Reform, Part II

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Jun 2nd, 2015

USA Freedom Act: An Updated Readers’ Guide on Section 215

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May 6th, 2015

Senator McConnell’s Modest Proposal to Reform Section 215: Don’t!

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Apr 23rd, 2015

Appointing Democratic Judges to the FISA Court Won’t Solve Its Structural Flaws

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Apr 16th, 2015

The Patriot Act’s Sunset is the Perfect Chance to Make the FISA Court More Like a Real Court

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Apr 13th, 2015

Talking About Section 215: A Readers’ Guide

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Apr 7th, 2015

How a Case of Stolen Corn Seeds Shows the Problem with the FISA Court

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Apr 1st, 2015

Reforming the FISA Court

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Mar 20th, 2015

US Government Makes Slight Concession in Twitter’s Warrant-Canary Suit

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Mar 9th, 2015

Guest Post: US Intelligence Reforms Still Allow Plenty of Suspicionless Spying on Americans

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Feb 13th, 2015

The Latest Rules on How Long NSA Can Keep Americans’ Encrypted Data Look Too Familiar

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Jan 22nd, 2015

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

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Jan 13th, 2015

In 2007, One Judge Said No to the NSA

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Dec 18th, 2014

The Problem With Legalism in the Surveillance State

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Nov 7th, 2014

A Cult of Rules: The Origins of Legalism in the Surveillance State

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Nov 5th, 2014

2014 Congressional Midterms and Surveillance Reform: Races to Watch

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Nov 3rd, 2014

Shhh! Last Week Was All About Secrets

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Oct 13th, 2014

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

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Oct 10th, 2014