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Library: A Round-up of Reading

Space Law
Cremated human remains to earth orbit may get tax incentive to utilize Virginia spaceport – Spaceports

International Space Station: Approaches for Ensuring Utilization through 2020 Are Reasonable but Should Be Revisited as NASA Gains More Knowledge of On-Orbit Performance, GAO-12-162, Dec 15, 2011

National Aeronautics and Space Administration: Acquisition Approach for Commercial Crew Transportation Includes Good Practices, but Faces Significant Challenges, GAO-12-282, Dec 15, 2011

Michael Listner, A first look at Austria’s new domestic space law, The Space Review

Gold: “One small step for Commercial Crew” – Spaceports

NASA shifts back to Space Act Agreements for commercial crew program – Space Politics

Aviation Law
Insider: $56 Billion Later, Airport Security Is Junk – Danger Room

Celebrating 25 years of the Air Carrier Access Act – Fast Lane

M. Ryan Calo, The Drone as Privacy Catalyst, 64 Stan. L. Rev. Online 29 (2011).

Ejected passenger’s claims fall, and fail, under Montreal Convention – NV Flyer

Geospatial Law
All eyes on – IntLawGrrls

Cyberlaw
NASA OIG on IT Monitoring – NASA Watch

Cato Institute Research Fellow Julian Sanchez Explains the Pitfalls of SOPA and PIPA – Tech Freedom

Mark Lemley, David S. Levine, & David G. Post, Don’t Break the Internet, 64 Stan. L. Rev. Online 34 (2011)

When Worlds Collide: Russia, the Internet, and Nothing to Hide (or, Интернет в России) – Concurring Opinions

Congress Authorizes U.S. Offensive CyberAttacks – Opinio Juris

Congress Authorizes Pentagon to Wage Internet War – Threat Level

Blacklisting Provisions Remain in Stop Online Piracy Act – Threat Level

A Survey of Federal Laws Related to Cybersecurity – Secrecy News

Congress Authorizes Offensive Military Action in Cyberspace – Secrecy News

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