JLCW Volume 6, Summer 2017, Issue 1 SPECIAL COMMENT Instegogram: A New Threat and Its Limits for Liability By Jennifer Deutsch & Daniel Garrie ARTICLES A Democracy of Users By John Dever & James Dever Is Uncle Sam Stalking You? Abandoning Warrantless Electronic Surveillance to Preclude Intrusive Government Searches By
JLCW Volume 1, Winter 2012, Issue 1 FOREWORD Cyber Warfare, What are the Rules? By Daniel B. Garrie ARTICLES Cyber Attacks and the Laws of War By Michael Gervais If You Wish Cyber Peace, Prepare for Cyber War: The Need for the Federal Government to Protect Critical Infrastructure From Cyber
JLCW Volume 2, Spring 2013, Issue 1 FOREWORD Cyber Warfare and the Corporate Environment By Chris Colvin, Daniel Garrie, and Siddartha Rao ARTICLES Cyberwarfare: Attribution, Preemption, and National Self Defense. By John Dever and James Dever Cyber Redux: The Schmitt Analysis, Tallinn Manual and US Cyber Policy. By James E.
JLCW Volume 3, Winter 2014, Issue 1 ARTICLES Mitigating Moral Hazard in Cyber-Risk Insurance By Liam M.D. Bailey The Deregulation and Swarming of Cyberwarfare: The Need for and Limitations of Law in Enabling Aggressive ‘Hacking-back’ and Pre-Emption By Dr. Mils Hills Legal Considerations on Cyber-Weapons and Their Definition By Stefano
JLCW Volume 4, Winter 2015, Issue 3 ARTICLES The Rise of Nation State Attacks By Ponemon Institute The Need for A New Approach to Address Employee Data Breaches in the American Workplace By Jeremy Barbanell Cybersecurity and Anti-Satellite Capabilities (ASAT): New Threats and New Legal Responses By Deborah Housen-Couriel Standing