France’s constitutional court struck down the main components of a new online hate speech law. What was in the original bill, and what’s left after the ruling?
Military judge Col. Douglas K. Watkins issued a ruling on June 4 holding that military judges have "legal authority to grant administrative credit as a remedy for illegal pretrial punishment." The ruling came in the case of Majid Khan, a detainee at Guantanamo Bay who pleaded guilty in February 2012 to charges stemming from his helping to finance a 2003 al-Qaeda attack in Indonesia that killed 11 people. Khan was detained by the CIA from 2003-2006 and alleges that he was tortured while in custody. Col.
A proposal to try foreign fighters in Syrian Democratic Forces courts has been abandoned indefinitely. What now?
The president retweeted a deepfake of Joe Biden. The fake was made on an iPhone app that I’d already been researching.
Join Benjamin Wittes and Aluf Benn, Editor in Chief of Haaretz, on Apr. 6 at 12 p.m ET for a webinar on the Israeli political transition and COVID-19 response.
An attempt to understand the hostile, and strangely repetitive, responses to @benjaminwittes tweets and to demystify some bizarre pile-ons it and other accounts provoke.
On Feb. 26, federal prosecutors charged five individuals with links to Atomwaffen, a violent white supremacist group, for a pattern of harassment and intimidation. Prosecutors in the Western District of Washington charged four individuals in connection with a campaign to mail journalists threatening posters.