Jesse Woo

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Jesse Woo is a 2018-19 Fulbright Fellow and Visiting Researcher at the University of Kyoto, Graduate School of Law, in Kyoto Japan. His research focuses on cross-border data and international privacy regimes, mutual legal assistance, and the foreign policy implications of AI. He was previously a research faculty member at the Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business.

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The Important, Justifiable and Constrained Role Of Nationality In Foreign Intelligence Surveillance

This Lawfare post summarizes a longer essay we are publishing today with the Hoover Working Group on National Security, Technology and Law. Our essay addresses whether governments ever have a justified basis for treating targets of surveillance differently, in any way, based on nationality. This issue is of general importance and has become particularly important in the current legal debates about whether the U.S.