JLCW Volume 4, Fall 2015, Issue 2

JLCW Volume 4, Fall 2015, Issue 2 ARTICLES Counter terrorism Measures via Internet Intermediaries: A First Amendment & National Security Dilemma. By Mohamed H. Aziz Targeting in the Cyber Domain: Legal Challenges Arising from the Application of the Principle of Distinction to Cyber Attacks By Elizabeth Mavropoulou Legal Implications of Vulnerability Disclosure in International Conflict By…

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JLCW Volume 5, Winter 2017, Issue 2

JLCW Volume 5, Winter 2017, Issue 2 SPECIAL COMMENT It’s the Cyber Crime and its Sponsors (Not My Cyber-Security), Stupid By David Lawrence, Frances Townsend, Tim Murphy, Daniel Garrie, John Squires, Jeff Castelli, Eric Herschmann, Serina Vash, and Matthew Lawrence ARTICLES Cognitive Active Cyber Defense: Finding Value Through Hacking Human Nature By Peter Cooper Hunt:…

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Why Strava’s Fitness Tracking Should Really Worry You

As concern about Strava’s fitness tracking spreads like a contagion, thanks to the apparent exposure of U.S. military bases, there are good reasons for the general user to be concerned about the privacy of the popular healthy living app and its competitors. That’s according to cybersecurity and privacy researcher John Scott-Railton, who told Forbes Strava could’ve done a better…

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