Judge Brett Kavanaugh has gone out of his way to express support for the NSA's bulk collection of call detail records and opposition to net neutrality in alarmingly activist fashion.
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How do you graduate as a conservative with two Harvard degrees? We learn this and much more from Senator Tom Cotton (R-AR) who talks 215 reform, the future of 702, and Going Dark.
The Justice Department argues that pursuant to the USA FREEDOM Act, the government is no longer conducting the actions at issue now that they are not authorized by statute or court order.
Is the internet really worth it? Our guest for episode 91, Jason Healey of the Atlantic Council and Columbia University, recaps a study finding that, even with a worst-case Clockwork Orange Internet, the economic benefits of networking still outweigh the losses from security failures.
Judge Brett Kavanaugh puts his cards on the table on the constitutionality of the Section 215 program.
Here's a brief update on my piece yesterday on the Klayman litigation. The government yesterday, as promised, moved in the D.C. Circuit for a stay of Judge Leon's ruling.
Judge Richard Leon of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia has issued an injunction against the NSA's bulk metadata collection program in his ruling in Klayman v. Obama.