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Library: A Round-up of Reading

Space Law
Export Controls: U.S. Agencies Need to Assess Control List Reform’s Impact on Compliance Activities. GAO-12-613, April 23.

Miller, Christopher C. Note. To the moon & beyond: the United States and the future of international space law. 35 Suffolk Transnat’l L. Rev. 121-152 (2012).

More on asteroid mining legalities – RLV and Space Transport News

First, kill all the lawyers* – Lunar Networks

Many more satellite launches coming, says DPRK – North Korea Tech

Is Asteroid Mining Legal? – PJ Media

Hawaii State Legislature Passes Spaceport, Lunar Research and Development Bills – Spaceports

Questions about North Korea’s Unha-3 Failure – All Things Nuclear

Does Texas want a SpaceX spaceport? – Spaceports

Surya Gablin GUNASEKARA, Mutually Assured Destruction: Space Weapons, Orbital Debris, and the Deterrence Theory for Environmental Sustainability, 2012 Air and Space Law 141.

Aviation Law
Checked Baggage Screening: TSA Has Deployed Optimal Systems at the Majority of TSA-Regulated Airports, but Could Strengthen Cost Estimates. GAO-12-266, April 27.

Tactical Aircraft: Comparison of F-22A and Legacy Fighter Modernization Progams. GAO-12-524, April 26.

Tactical Aircraft: F-22A Modernization Program Faces Cost, Technical, and Sustainment Risks. GAO-12-447, May 2, 2012

United Breaks Guitars – Volokh Conspiracy

I.H. Ph. Diederiks Verschoor, An Introduction to Air Law, Ninth Revised Edition (Revised by Pablo Mendes de Leon)

Geospatial Law
United States v. Jones: GPS Monitoring, Property, and Privacy – CRS

European privacy regulators express new concern over Google Street View data collection – Jurist Paper Chase

Proposed imagery cuts may trigger industry consolidation – Space Politics

Cyberlaw
Jocelyn Ho, Bullied to Death: Cyberbullying and Student Online Speech Rights, 64 Fla. L. Rev. 789 (2012)

Susan Landau on Cybersecurity Bills – Lawfare

Ladies of Liberty: DiFranco & DeMent – Faculty Lounge

House Passes Cyber Intelligence Sharing Bill With Substantial Industry Support, But Veto Threat Looms – Privacy and Security Law Blog

FBI Wants Backdoors in Facebook, Skype and Instant Messaging – Threat Level

Looking at CISPA – Lawfare

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