Law enforcement

A Readers’ Guide to the Apple All Writs Act Cases

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Mar 1st, 2016

Apple’s motion to vacate the All Writs Act assistance order: Has Apple chosen the best “test case”?

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Feb 26th, 2016

Apple vs. FBI: “Just This Once”?

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Feb 23rd, 2016

Who Sets the Rules of the Privacy and Security Game?

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Feb 22nd, 2016

FBI’s Push to “Fix a Typo” Would Really Expand Its Surveillance Authority

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Feb 17th, 2016

Law Enforcement Online: Innovative Doesn’t Mean Illegal

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Feb 16th, 2016

Surveillance Is Still About Power

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Feb 9th, 2016

A New UK-US Data Sharing Agreement: A Tremendous Opportunity, If Done Right

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Feb 8th, 2016

The High Standard of Proof in the Encryption Debate

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Feb 5th, 2016

The Way Forward for Surveillance Reform Can Balance Human Rights and Government Needs

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Jan 27th, 2016

A Few Keystrokes Could Solve the Crime. Would You Press Enter?

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Jan 12th, 2016

The FBI Should Stop Undermining Norms Before They Take Root

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Dec 15th, 2015

Cy Vance’s Proposal to Backdoor Encrypted Devices Is Riddled With Vulnerabilities

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Dec 9th, 2015

Cross-Border Data Requests: A Response to Greg Nojeim

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Dec 7th, 2015

The Government Should Stop Rewarding Bad Policies for Police Body Cameras

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Nov 24th, 2015

Is the FBI Using Zero-Days in Criminal Investigations?

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Nov 17th, 2015

A Quick Update: Apple, Privacy, and the All Writs Act of 1789

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Oct 30th, 2015

Update on Apple’s Compelled-Decryption Case

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Oct 20th, 2015

Lawful Hacking After the Encryption Debate

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Oct 15th, 2015

What the Third Circuit Said in Hassan v. City of New York

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Oct 14th, 2015

A Proposal to Improve Foreign Law Enforcement Access to US-Held Data

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Sep 30th, 2015

The Microsoft Warrant Case: Response #2 to Orin Kerr

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Sep 8th, 2015

Armed Drones and the Influence of Big Business on Police Surveillance Technology

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Aug 28th, 2015

Warrantless Phone Tracking: The Fourth Amendment and Circuit Splits

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Aug 14th, 2015

Jen Daskal’s The Un-Territoriality of Data is Honored

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Jul 29th, 2015

UK Supreme Court Upholds Lawfulness of Questioning in Airports

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Jul 29th, 2015

The Government’s Wiretap Orders Still Don’t Add Up

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Jul 17th, 2015

The FBI’s Problem Isn’t “Going Dark.” Its Problem is Going Slowly

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Jul 16th, 2015

Describing Violence: The Charleston Shootings and the Label of Terrorism

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Jul 9th, 2015

It’s Time to End the “Debate” on Encryption Backdoors

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Jul 7th, 2015

Wiretap Numbers Don’t Add Up

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Jul 6th, 2015

Tightening the National Security Ratchet

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May 14th, 2015

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