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OPEN TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE
The Microsoft-Ireland Case: A Supreme Court Preface to the Congressional Debate

OTI's Sharon Bradford Franklin wrote for Lawfare on the Microsoft-Ireland case and the question of cross-border access to data.


PUBLIC INTEREST TECHNOLOGY
Russia's Election Interference Is Digital Marketing 101

Dipayan Ghosh and Ben Scott wrote for The Atlantic about Russia's disinformation campaigns.


OPEN TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE
Left Out of the Party on Cloud Nine: A Response to Jennifer Daskal

Sharon Bradford Franklin wrote for Just Security on the improvements that need to be made to the Cloud Act.


POLITICAL REFORM
The Art of the Scam

Mark Schmitt wrote for The New York Times about the unstable scam economy that Trump's economic policy will usher in.


NATIONAL NETWORK
Holistic Rehabilitation

Kristi Eaton wrote in the Tulsa Voice about a tribal program in Oklahoma that works to rehabilitate former inmates.


FELLOWS
Debate, Dispute, Disagree—But Please Don’t Call for Arrest

Joshua Geltzer wrote for Just Security on how the language of law enforcement has infected political discourse.


FELLOWS
Reentry: a Triptych

Reginald Dwayne Betts, Emerson Fellow, had his poetry published by the Marshall Project.


OPEN TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE
We Need To Shine A Light On Private Online Censorship

TechDirt published an essay by OTI's Kevin Bankston and Liz Woolery on the role tech companies play in online censorship.


INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
Commentary: The U.S. Risks Losing an Arctic Cold War

Peter Apps wrote for Reuters about the geopolitical contest over the increasingly important Artic Ocean.


FELLOWS
You Don’t Need to Know What’s in the Nunes Memo to Worry About Its Release

Joshua Geltzer wrote for Just Security on the memo released by Devin Nunes and the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence.


INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
America’s Military Is Choking on Old Technology

Stephen P. Rodriguez co-wrote an article in Foreign Policy about the rate of adoption and integration of new technologies in the military.


OPEN TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE
Americans Wanted More Privacy Protections. Congress Gave Them Fewer.

OTI's Robyn Greene wrote for Slate about Congress' decision to reauthorize FISA Section 702.