Bottom Line Up Front Russia continues to use social media disinformation to sow doubt, effectively deploying an army of trolls across the Internet. On almost every issue—race, religion, government—Russian social media campaigns aim to create division in western societies. With false scare tactics, these campaigns have made Brexit a political-economic nightmare; migration has been … Continue reading “Russian Disinformation Campaigns Continue to Sow Doubt in the West”
Professor Kerr tackles new directions in Fourth Amendment law with two draft chapters from a forthcoming book.
Source: Implementing Carpenter
It’s not just about putting on a fake mustache. Disguise is about changing the way you carry yourself.
Top security officials called China one of the greatest global threats to the U.S. economy and national security.
The millions of dots on the map trace highways, side streets and bike trails — each one following the path of an anonymous cellphone user.
One path tracks someone from a home outside Newark to a nearby Planned Parenthood, remaining there for more than an hour. Another represents a person who travels with the mayor of New York during the day and returns to Long Island at night.
An article in the latest issue of the Yale Law Journal tells the story of the outsized role that courts play in managing the global governance of the internet.
Source: Litigating Data Sovereignty
Rather than continuing to politicize encryption, instead the lessons learned from the decades-long crypto policy debate should be used to inform the process of developing Exceptional Access