The Berkman-Klein Center at Harvard has published a primer on how the current Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty system works and summary of the Justice Department's proposed legislative fix.
Mailyn Fidler is a fellow at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University studying the exercise of power in the Internet society. She is a graduate of Stanford and Oxford Universities, where she was a Marshall Scholar.
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A joint U.S.-U.K. cross-border data request agreement has complications on both sides of the pond.
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