Archive:
October 2013

  1. Federal Communications Law Journal: Preliminary Topic Statement

    As one of my responsibilities with the Federal Communications Bar Association’s official law review, the Federal Communications Law Journal, I am writing a student note to be considered for inclusion in the 2014 edition of the Journal.   For a closer analysis before my note becomes available, be sure to watch TechFreedom, where I am […]

  2. Cyber Command, NSA, and General Keith Alexander’s ‘cybersecurity cul-de-sac’

    About a month ago, I had the privilege of sitting in on a class with a particularly natsec-savvy professor who shall remain nameless out of sensitivity to the personal politics of the DC national security community.   This professor was beside her/himself*: “I just don’t get it. People are scrutinizing the amount of power that […]