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Empowering Security Researchers Will Improve Global Cybersecurity

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May 6th, 2022

On Ransomware, Cyber Command Should Take a Backseat

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Nov 30th, 2021

It’s Time for Congress to Push Companies to Come Forward on Hacks

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May 25th, 2021

Hack-to-Patch by Law Enforcement Is a Dangerous Practice

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Apr 30th, 2021

We’re From the Government, We’re Here to Help: The FBI and the Microsoft Exchange Hack

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Apr 16th, 2021

The Latest North Korea Cyber Indictment Should Serve as a Model

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Feb 24th, 2021

COVID-19 and International Law Series: Vaccine Theft, Disinformation, the Law Governing Cyber Operations

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Dec 4th, 2020

The Latest GRU Indictment: A Failed Exercise in Deterrence

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Oct 29th, 2020

App Stores as Back-Doors for Government Regulation of End-to-End Encryption

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Oct 15th, 2020

When Constitutional Law and Government Hacking Collide: A Landmark U.K. Ruling Is Relevant on Both Sides of the Pond

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Jun 19th, 2019

CTRL+HALT+Defeat: State-Sponsored Surveillance and the Suppression of Dissent

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May 15th, 2019

What the Dublin Tram System Hack Reveals about the Future of Hostage Taking

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Jan 11th, 2019

Was Your Voting Machine Hacked? Without More User-Friendly Devices, We May Not Know

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Nov 16th, 2018

Shining a Light on Federal Law Enforcement’s Use of Computer Hacking Tools

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Sep 19th, 2018

Hacking Back in Black: Legal and Policy Concerns with the Updated Active Cyber Defense Certainty Act

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Nov 20th, 2017

Would the United States Be Responsible for Private Hacking?

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Oct 17th, 2017

Trump’s Dangerous Attribution Message on Russian Hacking—and How to Counter It

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Jan 10th, 2017

Whose World Is This?: US and UK Government Hacking

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Jul 7th, 2016

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

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Jun 2nd, 2016

Ten National Security Oversight Issues to Watch in 2016

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Dec 28th, 2015

Justice Department Proposal Would Massively Expand FBI Extraterritorial Surveillance

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Sep 16th, 2014