The ABA Urges Action Against Abusive Commercial Spyware, and Policymakers Should Listen


Feb 16th, 2024

The Biden Administration Should Continue Rebuffing NSO Group’s Latest Lobbying Efforts.

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Nov 29th, 2023

The Year of Section 702 Reform, Part V: The HPSCI Majority FISA Working Group Report

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Nov 27th, 2023

The Just Security Podcast: Counterterrorism and Human Rights (Part 2 Spyware and Data Collection)

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Nov 27th, 2023

Concealing Surveillance: The Government’s Disappearing Section 702 Notices

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Sep 27th, 2023

A Historic Cold War Execution on Espionage Charges: Information Delayed is Information Denied

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Jun 16th, 2023

Spyware Out of the Shadows: The Need for A New International Regulatory Approach

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May 16th, 2023

Just Security Podcast: Spies, Balloons, and International Law

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Mar 10th, 2023

The Year of Section 702 Reform, Part I: Backdoor Searches


Feb 13th, 2023

U.S.-Russian Relations After the Russian Hacking Affair


Dec 30th, 2016

Recommended Holiday Reading from Just Security’s Editors


Dec 16th, 2016

The So-Called Huawei Scandal and the Snowden Operation


Mar 24th, 2014

Creative Ambiguity – International Law’s Distant Relationship with Peacetime Spying


Nov 14th, 2013