The American Data Privacy and Protection Act would provide numerous substantive privacy protections that are long overdue.
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The Military Justice Improvement and Increasing Prevention Act: Are the Solutions Commensurate with the Problem?
The bill in its current form reshapes military justice far beyond the context of sexual assault. Congress should take care to fashion a solution commensurate with the problem at hand, and not go too far.
The popularity of ghost guns has risen sharply in the past few years, especially during the coronavirus pandemic. What exactly are ghost guns, why does the Biden administration want to regulate them and what are the potential options for reform?
House Republicans have sued to enjoin the use of the House’s proxy voting system. Will the case break new ground?
Active defense in cyberspace—otherwise known as “hacking back”—has recently emerged as a serious point of contention in cybersecurity policy. In early 2017, Rep. Tom Graves introduced a draft bill titled the “Active Cyber Defense Certainty Act” (ACDC 1.0).
It's hard to imagine a legal topic further afield from national security law than the Origination Clause.
Today a bipartisan group of lawmakers introduced in both the House and Senate a bill that would formalize the Vulnerability Equities Process (VEP) into law. The proposed legislation, the Protecting our Ability To Counter Hacking (PATCH) Act, is sponsored by Senators Brian Schatz (D-Hawai‘i), Ron Johnson (R-Wis.), and Cory Gardner (R-Colo.) (all members of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation) and Representatives Ted Lieu (D-Calif.) and Blake Farenthold (R-Texas).