Recent polls indicate the race is too close to call. While the ramifications of a “Brexit” remain unclear, one effect could be the need for the UK to renegotiate its international trade agreements. Should the UK leave the EU, the United States will have the opportunity to negotiate a new data transfer agreement with the UK that reflects our shared commitment to free trade.
NSA surveillance reform: A tilt toward privacy over security?” Subsequent blog posts chronicled the gradual retreat of key intelligence community defenders (both in and out of Congress) before a surprisingly bipartisan coalition that demanded reform of central elements of the US surveillance system. Recent events may, however, be changing this.
much faster than the labor market at large. Enrollments in introductory courses are at all-time highs. Immense amounts of wealth are being created. Fabulous new technologies, like self-driving cars, are on the horizon. It is worth understanding the causes of this boom, in order to understand what might happen next.
opinion rejecting various challenges to the Federal Communication Commission’s Open Internet order can be summarized succinctly: “we defer.” Following accepted principles of modern administrative law – the law that governs the relationship between Congress, agencies like the FCC, and the courts – in evaluating the FCC’s interpretation of ambiguous statutory definitions the court needed only to consider whether the FCC’s order was minimally reasonable in order to affirm it. And so it did.