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The Pathology of Mass Surveillance: The UK, Bulk Interception and the European Court of Human Rights

  • Thomas Drake: NSA Shares Some Blame for Not Preventing 9/11

    08.04.18
  • The American Intelligence Community Facade

  • Should CYBERCOM Split From the NSA?

    06.02.17
  • The Merry Life of Dragnet Surveillance

  • WannaCry on Cyber Monday

  • Giving Up Paradise: Movie Review of ‘Snowden’

  • Cybersecurity, Mad Dogs and Trump Nominees

    12.18.16
  • Participation and Rights: Why Do We Forfeit?

    11.25.15
  • If U.S. Intelligence on Russia is Broken (A Bit), What Can Be Done To Help Fix It?

    11.03.15
  • France and the NSA: The Tolerable Deception

  • Stealing the Keys: The SIM Card Hacking Case

  • The Folly of Data Retention: A Fool’s Paradise in Australia

  • Falling Short of the Mark: The Eric Holder Dossier

  • The Politics of China’s Anti-Monopoly Investigations

    09.17.14
  • Automating Warfare: MonsterMind and Cloudy Diplomacy in Cyberspace

    08.25.14
  • Obama and Europe: The Cost of Coolness

    08.12.14
  • Gluttons of Information: The Metadata Confusion in Oz

  • Bouncing Parliament: Surveillance by Emergency in the UK