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'Black budget' shows massive bureaucracy, misplaced priorities, IU expert says

Classified budget figures and successes and failures by American intelligence agencies, exposed for the first time this week by The Washington Post, show a massive bureaucracy with misplaced priorities, according to an Indiana University cybersecurity and privacy expert Fred H. Cate.   Full Story >>

Legal experts weigh in on Supreme Court case concerning Chemical Weapons Convention

David Fidler

An international group of leading arms control experts, including the IU Maurer School of Law's David P. Fidler, has filed an amicus brief urging the U.S. Supreme Court to uphold the federal legislation that implements U.S. treaty obligations under the Chemical Weapons Convention. This group includes David P. Fidler from the Indiana University Maurer School of Law.   Full Story >>

IU expert: Latest NSA spying revelations pose four major challenges to White House

Fred Cate

According to Indiana University cybersecurity and data privacy expert Fred H. Cate, four factors make the latest spying revelations concerning the National Secuirty Agency particularly problematic for the Obama administration.   Full Story >>

Supreme Court sentencing decision 'ugly': IU Maurer School of Law expert

The U.S. Supreme Court's decision today in Alleyne v. United States clears up an anomaly among Sixth Amendment sentencing cases. But according to an IU Maurer School of Law expert, the court's close margin of decision and apparent unwillingness to overrule prior decisions have set the stage for further disputes.   Full Story >>

PRISM leak will affect U.S.-China talks, have commercial and political consequences in U.S.

David Fidler

The disclosure of a top secret program that gives U.S. government officials the ability to surveil foreigners suspected of terrorism or espionage through leading American technology companies -- a program code-named PRISM -- could have serious effects on U.S. diplomacy on cyber issues, according to an Indiana University cybersecurity expert.   Full Story >>

Disclosure of NSA's secret Verizon order latest chapter in privacy vs. security debate

David Fidler

The disclosure of a top secret order instructing Verizon to provide the National Security Agency with phone records for communications between the United States and foreign countries and those wholly within the United States -- including local calls -- has profound significance for U.S. national security, the rule of law and the future of privacy rights in the United States, says an Indiana University law and cybersecurity expert.   Full Story >>