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Frequently Asked Questions - Policies & Law

Questions:

Q: Privacy, Surveillance, Freedom of Expression, and Purdue University
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Q: Proposed Changes in Export Control
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Q: Déjà Vu All Over Again: The Attack on Encryption
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Q: Opticks and a Treatise on the PRISM Surveillance Program (Guest Blog)
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Q: Some thoughts on “cybersecurity” professionalization and education
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Q: A Cautionary Incident
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Q: A Recent Interview, and other info
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Q: What About the Other 11 Months?
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Q: Still no sign of land
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Q: Other cybersecurity legislation in the U.S.
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Q: Cybersecurity Legislation
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Q: A Cynic’s Take on Cyber Czars and 60-day Reports
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Q: This time, the Senate
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Q: Do we need a new Internet?
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Q: Unsecured Economies, and Overly-secured Reports
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Q: E-voting rears its head. Again.
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Q: Follow-up on the CA Hack
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Q: A Serious Threat to Online Trust
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Q: Rethinking computing insanity, practice and research
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Q: Failures in the Supply Chain
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Q: Presidential Politics
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Q: Barack Obama, National Security and Me, Take II
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Q: Centers of Academic .... Adequacy
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Q: Barack Obama, National Security, and Me
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Q: Spaf giving testimony to US Congress today
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Q: This Week at CERIAS
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Q: Comment Spam Extortion
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Q: The Vulnerability Protection Racket
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Q: Do Open Source Devs Get Web App Security?  Does Anybody?
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Q: Vulnerability disclosure grace period needs to be short, too short for patches
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Q: Security Vigilantes Becoming Small-Time Terrorists
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Q: A few comments on errors
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Q: Reporting Vulnerabilities is for the Brave
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Q: Illinois WiFi piggybacker busted
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Q: Securing wireless networks is far too difficult
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Q: Surveillance Society
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Q: Review: The Limits of Privacy
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