The first in a three-part series of Judge Gorsuch’s treatment of cyber-related issues.
Latest in Surveillance
This paper examines one of the most interesting and important aspects of the new CIA guidelines on procedures pursuant to Executive Order 12333, concerning the acquisition, retention, use and dissemination of publicly available (or open-source) information concerning U.S. persons.
Materials of interest to Lawfare readers regarding the House Judiciary Committee's hearing this morning on Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act
Thoughts on sunsets before the House Judiciary Committee begins its two-part hearing tomorrow on reauthorizing Section 702 of FISA.
In order to be effective at protecting privacy and due process rights, closing the backdoor search loophole must also be paired with additional restrictions on using Section 702 data for domestic criminal investigations.
For those who crave a brief respite from the bedlam—and also to toot my own horn and those of my coauthors Steve Bellovin, Matt Blaze, and Stephanie Pell—I offer "It's Too Complicated: How the Internet Upends Katz, Smith and Electronic Surveillance Law."
What is the future of foreign intelligence?
Below is a summary of a few of the high level issues that Congress may address in ECPA reform beyond establishing the warrant-only standard for criminal investigations.
A summary of my new Council on Foreign Relations Special Report on rebuilding trust between the technology companies and policymakers.