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Drawing a Line on Mass Surveillance: How Congress Must Reform Section 702

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Mar 23rd, 2017

Encryption Backdoors, Vault 7, and the Jurassic Park Rule of Internet Security

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Mar 10th, 2017

A Small Step Toward a Better House of Representatives

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Mar 8th, 2017

It Ain’t Easy Getting a FISA Warrant: I Was an FBI Agent and Should Know

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Mar 6th, 2017

Just Security Event: Surveillance and the Trump Administration

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Feb 23rd, 2017

The CIA’s New Guidelines for Handling Americans’ Information

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Jan 18th, 2017

The Ninth Circuit’s Constitutional Detour in Mohamud

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Dec 8th, 2016

Correcting the Record on Section 702: A Prerequisite for Meaningful Surveillance Reform, Part III

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Sep 29th, 2016

Just Security’s Questions for Clinton and Trump

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Sep 26th, 2016

A Broken Playbook: The NYPD Targeted Muslims in Over 95-Percent of Investigations That Broke Surveillance Rules

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Sep 23rd, 2016

Correcting the Record on Section 702: A Prerequisite for Meaningful Surveillance Reform, Part II

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Sep 22nd, 2016

Unprecedented and Unlawful: The NSA’s “Upstream” Surveillance

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Sep 19th, 2016

Correcting the Record on Section 702: A Prerequisite for Meaningful Surveillance Reform

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Sep 15th, 2016

Supreme Court Grants Temporary Stay in Backpage Senate Subpoena Litigation

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Sep 8th, 2016

The Vulnerability Equities Process Should Consider More than Intelligence Community Needs

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Sep 2nd, 2016

A Problematic Pseudo-Category of Surveillance Information and Promising Post-Collection Policy

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Aug 25th, 2016

We Shouldn’t Wait Another Fifteen Years for a Conversation About Government Hacking

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Aug 12th, 2016

Secret Law, Targeting, and the Problem of Standards: A Response to Dakota Rudesill

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Jul 26th, 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

The Microsoft Ireland Case and the Future of Digital Privacy

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Jul 18th, 2016

Letter to the Editor: Chairman Medine’s Dedicated Service to the PCLOB Was a Testament to Bipartisanship

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Jul 12th, 2016

With Remote Hacking, the Government’s Particularity Problem Isn’t Going Away

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Jun 2nd, 2016

The 702 Reform Debate Is Just Heating Up

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May 16th, 2016