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Cybersecurity for Idiots

One of cybersecurity’s major challenges is cyberstupidity, and regulators struggle to keep pace with rapidly changing technologies. Adopting a cybersecurity approach conceptually modeled on tort’s negligence per se doctrine, regulators can reduce widespread failures.


The National Security Consequences of Deregulation

When most people think about regulations, they think about health, safety, and environmental rules. As part of their efforts to deregulate in these areas, the House of Representatives has passed sweeping bills that would completely transform the process that every federal agency uses to issue regulations: the Regulatory Accountability Act and the Regulations from the Executive in Need of Scrutiny (REINS) Act.

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