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DOJ’s New CFAA Policy is a Good Start
The DOJ announced a new policy under which it will not bring CFAA prosecutions against “good faith” security researchers
Andrew Crocker | June 2, 2022
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In Battle Against Government Censorship, Don’t Forget Facebook
Facebook should be regarded as an enabler of government censorship
K. Lloyd Billingsley | May 18, 2022
Joe Biden’s New ATF Nominee Is An Anti-gun Extremist
Steve Dettelbach Supports Gun Bans And Demomizes Gun Owners
Kevin Boyd | April 27, 2022
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Where Does Congress Get Its Subpoena Power?
Hint: You can't find it in the constitution
Jonathan Fuentes | February 24, 2022
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What Does the Separation of Church and State Mean?
The SCOTUS hearing the FBI's religious spy case begs the question
Trevor Mauk | December 14, 2021
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The Infrastructure Bill Deciding the Fate of Cryptocurrency
Congress should not be able to decide the fate of the entire crypto industry through a last-minute provision slipped into a must-pass bill
Nicholas Anthony | October 20, 2021
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The PATRIOT Act Should Have Ended With Afghanistan
Biden ended Bush’s failed war; he should end Bush’s failed surveillance state, too
Jonathan Hofer | October 12, 2021
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Justices Split Van Buren v. US, Leave Gaps in Cyber Law
It is time for the relationship between tech user agreements and cyber law to be clarified
Jonathan Hofer | August 25, 2021
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Regulation, Moderation, and Social Media Decentralization
Facebook and Parler do not represent the only two options for public dicourse beyond 2021
Gavin Hanson | May 11, 2021