The court invoked the nondelegation doctrine to require explicit statutory authorization of electronic surveillance.
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The Commerce Department’s muddled guidance could put the United States’s technological advantage at risk and could decrease the likelihood that U.S. companies’ preferences will be incorporated in international standards.
Critics focus on the privacy cost of contact tracing. But it’s important to examine the disparate privacy implications for the most vulnerable communities.
It’s time to start thinking about some broader strategic lessons to draw from the pandemic. For one, our interconnected world is vulnerable to crises.
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To meaningfully change the software ecosystem, liability policies must also establish clear security standards, apply them to the whole supply chain and create incentives for organizations to apply patches quickly.
A bipartisan group of senators sent a letter to the heads of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and U.S. Cyber Command on Apr. 20 asking them to take more measures to prevent cyberattacks against the American healthcare sector. In recent weeks, Russian, Chinese, Iranian and North Korean hacking operations have targeted hospitals and other health institutions using the coronavirus as a lure, according to the senators.
Contracting fraud at the Department of Defense poses national security risks. Reforming shell corporation beneficial ownership reporting could help address the problem.
The administration recently took two steps to address risks associated with foreign telecom firms. But there is still much to be done in architecting a broader supply chain strategy.