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Defining the Scope of ‘Possession, Custody, or Control’ for Privacy Issues and the Cloud Act
In their forthcoming article Defining the Scope of ‘Possession, Custody, or Control’ for Privacy Issues and the Cloud Act, the a...
Atlantic Council – US Surveillance on Trial in Europe: Will Transatlantic Digital Commerce be Collateral Damage?
In his Atlantic Council issue brief US Surveillance on Trial in Europe: Will Transatlantic Digital Commerce Be Collateral Damage?, Propp sum...
Critiquing DOJ’s Claim that the Budapest Convention Requires the Cloud Act’s Solution
The Department of Justice recently published a white paper, mounting a defense of the CLOUD Act and proposing to answer frequently asked que...
Lawfare – The Budapest Convention Offers an Opportunity for Modernizing Crimes in Cyberspace
Andrew Burt and Dan Geer’s Lawfare article The Budapest Convention Offers an Opportunity for Modernizing Crimes in Cyberspace explores...
Lawfare – Why the Cloud Act is Not a Tool for Theft of Trade Secrets
In their Lawfare article The Cloud Act Is Not a Tool for Theft of Trade Secrets, Swire and Hemmings explain the allegations from the Europea...
How Stricter Procedures in Existing Law May Provide a Useful Path for Cloud Act Executive Agreements
The Cloud Act authorizes the U.S. government to enter into executive agreements with other nations, so long as listed privacy and human righ...
Setting the Record Straight: The CLOUD Act and the Reach of Wiretapping Authority Under US Law
There have been some recent suggestions that the CLOUD Act will result in U.S. law enforcement authorities being able to directly monitor li...
A call for principle-based international agreements to govern law enforcement access to data
Originally published on Microsoft on the Issues on 9/11/2018 and is republished here with the author’s permission. Governmen...
Does the Cloud Act Really Grant DOJ Sweeping New Powers?
Passage of the Cloud Act in the U.S. coupled with the newly adopted E-evidence Regulation in the EU offer real hope for a not-too-distant fu...