The Center for Global Legal Challenges, The Information Society Project, and the National Security Group Present
Free Speech & Security in the Age of Social Media Coffee & Conversation with Monika Bickert Head of Product Policy and Counterterrorism, Facebook
In dialogue with World Fellow Raheel Khursheed
It’s Too Complicated: How the Internet Upends Katz, Smith, and Electronic Surveillance Law with Susan Landau
It’s Too Complicated: How the Internet Upends Katz, Smith, and Electronic Surveillance Law with Susan Landau, Professor of Cybersecurity Policy
The Clinic on Governance Innovation and the Information Society Project invite you to: Blockchain and the Future of Transparent and Accountable Government
Come connect with the leading civic innovators pioneering the development and deployment of Blockchain to learn what this groundbreaking technology is, how it is being used to create more transparent and accountable legal and governing processes, and where the risks and pitfalls might be.
Join ACS, the Information Society Project, TechSoc, and YLBS for a conversation with Travis LeBlanc and BJ Ard at 6pm on March 29th in room 120. How will net neutrality fare in the new administration? What steps can be taken to safeguard it? What options does the administration have available to tear down the framework already built? Dinner will be served.
Laura DeNardis, M.Eng, Ph.D., is a Professor of Internet architecture and governance and Faculty Director of the Internet Governance Lab at American University in Washington, D.C.
Jim Buatti and Zhou Zhou, attorneys at the Wikimedia Foundation, will discuss Wikimedia's lawsuit against the NSA for its mass surveillance of internet communications.
This conference will bring together academics and practitioners to discuss the legal protections for whistleblowers, their role in checking executive action, and public perceptions surrounding whistleblowers and its effect on the public interest defense.
10:00 - 11:30 am: "Whistleblowers’ Shields: Anonymity and Asylum" SLB 121
Information warfare is the use of information to delegitimize rivals and adversaries and/or to push a state’s agenda. The” Weaponizing Information” conference, co-hosted by the Center for Global Legal Challenges and the Information Society Project, will bring together legal, policy, political science, and military experts to discuss the history and future trajectory of information warfare in the internet age.
The Tallinn Manual Journey: Identifying the International Law Applicable to Cyber Operations with Michael Schmitt
Michael Schmitt is Chairman & Charles H. Stockton Professor at the US Naval War College’s Stockton center for the Study of International Law and Professor of Public International Law at Exeter Law School in the United Kingdom.