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11 Dec 2019, 11:53 am by Gordon Ahl
Jeb Rubenfeld continued a debate with Alan Rozenshtein over whether websites like Google and Facebook should be treated as state actors. [read post]
30 Jan 2013, 12:38 pm by Steve Vladeck
At the same time, lest that be this blog’s last word on the subject (and if you haven’t already, you really ought to read our colleague Alan Rozenshtein’s thoughtful and nuanced review from December), I thought I’d also flag Steve Coll’s reflection on the movie in the New York Review of Books–which, if nothing else, captures my own feelings better than anything else that I’ve seen (and provides a more apt response to the AEI… [read post]
29 Jan 2012, 9:09 pm by Benjamin Wittes
And thanks as well to Alan Rozenshtein, who did a lot of the legwork to get the podcast running, and to my friend Sophia Yan, who took the time to record some Chopin for the podcast. [read post]
22 Jun 2013, 7:00 am by Raffaela Wakeman
Ben shared our latest Wiki page entries: a targeted killing resource page, collected by Samantha Goldstein, and a page on war powers, compiled by Alan Rozenshtein. [read post]
1 Apr 2017, 4:45 am by Jordan Brunner
Kenneth Anderson flagged a new law review article by Alan Z. [read post]
15 Nov 2017, 9:32 am by Garrett Hinck
Alan Rozenshtein analyzed how a bill making tech companies liable for sex trafficking on their platforms could signal a change in online platforms’ legal responsibility for user content. [read post]
16 Mar 2019, 4:47 am by Lev Sugarman
Moving to cybersecurity and technology, Alan Z. [read post]
19 Nov 2017, 10:18 am by Garrett Hinck
Alan Rozenshtein analyzed how a bill making tech companies liable for sex trafficking on their platforms could signal a change in online platforms’ legal responsibility for user content. [read post]
31 Mar 2018, 6:42 am by William Ford
Alan Rozenshtein discussed the National Academies’ new report on possible solutions to the problem of designing a secure system through which third parties like federal law enforcement might access encrypted data. [read post]
5 Oct 2019, 7:26 am by Gordon Ahl
The National Security Institute at George Mason announced its new podcast, called "Fault Lines," and shared the first episode, which focuses on Iran and China: Howell also posted another episode of The Lawfare Podcast, taped in front of a live audience session at the Texas Tribune Festival last weekend, in which Wittes sat down with Judge John Bates to discuss the role of FISA courts in the news: Stewart Baker shared two episodes of the Cyberlaw Podcast: the… [read post]
9 Nov 2019, 6:05 am by Gordon Ahl
Adding to the conversation, Alan Rozenshtein considered how the lawsuit could spell the end for lawful hacking as a tool available to law enforcement officials. [read post]
1 Feb 2020, 8:14 am by Elliot Setzer
Quinta Jurecic and Alan Rozenshtein criticized the president’s defense team’s expansive arguments for acquittal. [read post]
29 Mar 2014, 6:55 am by Benjamin Wittes
Alan Rozenshtein reviewed Treasury’s War: The Unleashing of a New Era of Financial Warfare, a new book by Julian Zarate, the Treasury Department’s first-ever assistant secretary for terrorist financing and financial crime. [read post]
14 Apr 2018, 5:51 am by William Ford
Alan Rozenshtein argued that the government needs access to encrypted data to solve crime, not to combat terrorism. [read post]
4 Nov 2017, 4:13 am by Garrett Hinck
And in response to the hearings, Alan Rozenshtein argued that the debate about whether technology companies are news publishers should shift to a discussion of their actual effects on society. [read post]
10 Apr 2018, 11:16 am by William Ford
  Alan Rozenshtein suggested that the government needs access to encrypted data not primarily to fight terrorism but rather to solve crime. [read post]