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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.


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.


Americans Wanted More Privacy Protections. Congress Gave Them Fewer.

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


The House Intelligence Committee’s Section 702 Bill is a Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing

Sharon Bradford-Franklin wrote for Just Security about the House Intelligence Committee's bill to reauthorize FISA Section 702.


The House Intelligence Committee’s Section 702 Markup Was a Politicized Debacle

Robyn Greene wrote for Just Security about the House Intelligence Committee's open markup of a surveillance bill.


Rules of the Road: The Need for Vulnerabilities Equities Legislation

Sharon Bradford Franklin and Andi Wilson wrote for Lawfare about the need for a VEP that protects cybersecurity and promotes transparency.


An Alternative Conclusion: A Response to Lawfare’s Google Survey Results on the Surveillance State

Robyn Greene wrote for Lawfare about Americans' reactions to Section 702 and surveillance in the United States.


AI is the future of hiring, but it's far from immune to bias

Dipayan Ghosh wrote for Quartz about the implications of using AI in hiring processes.


Responsibility and the Encryption Debate: A Response to DAG Rosenstein

Robyn Greene wrote about the importance of setting the record straight on DAG Rosenstein’s many legal arguments against encryption.


Blade Runner and the Power of Sci-Fi World-Building

If we look closer at the world-building techniques underlying movies’ possible futures, they may even help us redesign our own futures.


Unintentional Noncompliance and the Need for Section 702 Reform

OTI's recent study demonstrates that there have been numerous unintentional violations of Section 702 program rules.


How Fandom Is Helping Mold the Future

Science fiction often predicts—or inspires—the future.