Communications

Knocking on the WTO’s Door: International Law and the Principle of First Sale Download in UsedSoft v. Oracle

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P. Sean Morris
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Assange and the Law of Diplomatic Relations

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Alison Duxbury
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The WTO Outlaws the Privileges of the Chinese Payment Services Giant

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Panagiotis Delimatsis
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Recent Developments and Revelations Concerning Cybersecurity and Cyberspace: Implications for International Law

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In recent weeks, media reports have addressed actions, discoveries, and controversies relating to cybersecurity and cyberspace that have implications for international law, including war, espionage, terrorism, and crime in cyberspace and the architecture and governance of the Internet. This Insight describes these episodes and analyzes their importance for the relationship between international law and cybersecurity and cyberspace.

Developments and Revelations Concerning Cybersecurity and Cyberspace

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David P. Fidler
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The Internet, Human Rights, and U.S. Foreign Policy: The Global Online Freedom Act of 2012

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David P. Fidler
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Protecting Children from Cyber Crime: The Twentieth Session of the UN Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice

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15
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Keith A. Petty
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International Law and the Future of Cyberspace: The Obama Administration’s International Strategy for Cyberspace

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David P. Fidler
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European Court of Human Rights Expands Privacy Protections: Copland v. United Kingdom

The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) recently decided Copland v. United Kingdom,[1] in which the ECHR expanded the basis and extent of protection for personal data in a variety of settings, including the workplace. The European Union's Data Protection Directive already mandated very broad protection for such data in EU member states. This decision may further widen the gulf between U.S.

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Fred H. Cate
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