New Comparative Intelligence Oversight Project
From Wilson Center and NYU School of Law
Washington and New York – The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars and the Center for Law and Security (CLS) at New York University School of Law announced today the launch of the Comparative Intelligence Oversight Project, a joint effort studying the full range of approaches to intelligence oversight in Western democracies. Read more.
The Center on Law and Security presented a discussion on legal issues concerning the transfer of data through cloud computing services on Friday, March 13, 2015.
More than ever before, people today rely on cloud computing services for email, online storage and backup, social media, video services, and gaming. However, the laws governing data privacy obligations were written long before anyone dreamed up the cloud. Read more.
CLS Executive Director Zachary Goldman named
Adjunct Senior Fellow at CNAS
The Center for a New American Security is expanding its focus on economic issues in national security and has named Zach Goldman an Adjunct Senior Fellow for its Energy, Economics and Security Program. His work will focus on how changing global energy markets and economic policy measures – including sanctions and trade policy – can influence and advance U.S. strategic interests and national security. Read more.