4th Amendment

Privacy and Civil Liberties under the CLOUD Act: A Response

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Mar 21st, 2018

Microsoft (Ireland) and the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure

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Feb 20th, 2018

“Extraterritorial” Is Not a Bad Word, Even on the Internet

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Feb 20th, 2018

Left Out of the Party on Cloud Nine: A Response to Jennifer Daskal

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Feb 13th, 2018

Stop Calling It “Incidental” Collection of Americans’ Emails: The Gov’t’s Renewed Surveillance Powers

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Jan 22nd, 2018

Facts on FISA: Correcting the Record on the Section 702 House Floor Debate

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Jan 17th, 2018

Special Edition Podcast: Liza Goitein on Section 702’s Reauthorization

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Jan 11th, 2018

Deep State Dissonance

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Jan 11th, 2018

The House Intelligence Committee’s Section 702 Bill is a Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing

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Jan 9th, 2018

Warrantless Border Searches: The officer ‘searched through every email and intimate photos of my wife’

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Dec 22nd, 2017

Former Prosecutor Renato Mariotti’s Tweet Threads on National Security (Dec 15-22)

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Dec 22nd, 2017

Episode 50 of the National Security Law Podcast: The Big Chill

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Dec 20th, 2017

The Supreme Court Should Heed Friendly Advice on Microsoft Ireland

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Dec 18th, 2017

The House Intelligence Committee’s Section 702 Markup Was a Politicized Debacle

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Dec 11th, 2017

Why Microsoft Challenged the Right Law: A Response to Orin Kerr

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Dec 8th, 2017

Hayden, NSA, and the Road to 9/11

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Dec 7th, 2017

Warrantless Backdoor Searches are Not “Business as Usual”

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Dec 1st, 2017

The Supreme Court May Be Ready to Further Limit Warrantless Access to Communications

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Nov 30th, 2017

Episode 47 of the National Security Law Podcast: Donuts and Depth Charges

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Nov 28th, 2017

Modernizing ECPA: We need Congressional action despite DOJ’s new gag order guidelines

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Nov 8th, 2017

What the White House Needs to Disclose about its Process for Revealing Cybersecurity Vulnerabilities

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Nov 2nd, 2017

Episode 44 of the National Security Law Podcast: Interrogation, Prosecution, and Detention Issues in the Wake of the NYC Attack

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Nov 1st, 2017

Recap of Recent Pieces on Just Security (Oct. 21-27)

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Oct 28th, 2017

Closing Section 702’s Front-Door Search Loophole: A Critical Protection for Americans

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Oct 24th, 2017

NYU Law Forum: “National Security: The Role of Senior Advisers in the White House”

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Oct 23rd, 2017

Responsibility and the Encryption Debate: A Response to DAG Rosenstein

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Oct 17th, 2017

Surveillance “Reform”: The Fourth Amendment’s Long, Slow, Goodbye

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Oct 16th, 2017

We Need to Know More About Government Searches of Travelers’ Electronic Devices

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Sep 15th, 2017

Episode 36 of the National Security Law Podcast: NSA General Counsel Glenn Gerstell on Section 702

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Sep 14th, 2017

We Know a Lot More About U.S. Spying Since Section 702’s Last Reauthorization

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Sep 8th, 2017

Opponents of Closing Sec. 702’s Backdoor Search Loophole are Distorting How the Fix Works

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Aug 15th, 2017

Reforming Surveillance In the Age of Donald Trump

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Mar 25th, 2017