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Thinking the unthinkable about responding to cyberattacks

Posted in China, Cybersecurity and Cyberwar, Russia

We need better, more aggressive options to deter cyberattacks, since the ones we’ve come up with so far are clearly not deterring our adversaries. I would like to inspire more ambition, aggressiveness, and creativity in the American response. As the first stage in that effort, here’s an op-ed I published recently in the Washington Post: The… Continue Reading

The Cyberlaw Podcast – News Roundup

Posted in Cybersecurity and Cyberwar, European Union, International, Privacy Regulation

Episode 220: GDPR and the Typhoid Marys of the Internet GDPR has finally arrived, Maury Shenk reminds us, bringing both expected and unexpected consequences. Among the expected: New Schrems lawsuits for more money from the same old defendants; and the wasting away of the cybersecurity resource that is WHOIS, as German courts ride to the rescue… Continue Reading