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Two seemingly unrelated Supreme Court cases up for oral argument in the next few weeks will have important implications for the use of emergency powers by the executive branch—and for the long-term ...
U.S. tech companies, products, and services a risk to U.S. security—and proposing bans in response. But before barreling ...
A robust new U.S. push to mitigate civilian harm in conflict serves as a signal for NATO to get serious about implementing ...
A close look at the California bar’s charges against John Eastman reveals how professional discipline can help hold lawyers ...
International law and U.S. foreign policy provide powerful reasons to require clearer direction from the political branches ...
Next month will mark the five-year anniversary of the CLOUD Act, a foundational piece of legislation on cross-border data transfers and criminal investigations. Before he was a University of Minnesota ...
In the best of times, reform is caught up in party and other politics. This is even more true in a presidential election ...
Negotiations for a U.N. cybercrime convention have entered a critical stage. U.N. member states disagree on what “cybercrime” ...
Last December, a German court convicted a 97-year-old former Nazi camp secretary of complicity in the murder of more than 10,000 people in what the media called—once again—the last Nazi trial. After ...
But the thing about AI systems is that—notwithstanding the name—they are not very smart. So the question is always how easily humans can trick them into doing the things they are programmed not to do.
In the overwhelmingly liberal District of Columbia, Jan. 6 defendants have been convicted at high rates, challenging whether ...