Chinmayi Sharma

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Chinmayi Sharma is a law student at University of Virginia, where she is focusing on cybersecurity and tech policy. She founded and served as the first president of LIST, the law school’s first tech law society, and serves as Online Development Editor of the Virginia Law Review. Prior to law school, she helped co-found a tech consulting company for which she acted as an adviser and programmer to growing startups and larger international development organizations. She has also worked at Deloitte and CEB, now Gartner. She graduated with highest distinction from Duke University with B.A.s in English and Public Policy.

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FISA Reform

FISA Section 702 Reauthorization Resource Page

Last month, Congress extended the Dec. 31 deadline to reauthorize Section 702 of the FISA Amendments Act until Jan. 19. With 10 days to go and an expected flurry of legislative activity before a final bill passes and is signed, Lawfare will be collating relevant documents, including draft bills and amendments, on this resource page.

FISA Reform

The USA Liberty Act: House Judiciary’s Proposed Reauthorization of Section 702

Last week, members of the the House Judiciary Committee (HJC) introduced the “Uniting and Strengthening American Liberty Act of 2017,” known as the “USA Liberty Act.” A discussion draft of the bill had been circulating since a few days prior to introduction.