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Library: A Round-up of Reading

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Space Law
Who will regulate space law? – BBC

Mars, grubby hands, and international law – OUP Blog

Long odds for a Senate space bill – Space Politics

House Science Committee to take on NASA’s strategic vision this week – Space Politics

Property Rights in Space – The New Atlantis

NORAD: North Korea Launches ‘Object’ Into Orbit [Updated] – Danger Room

North Korea Launches Objects Into Earth Orbit – Space Policy Online

North Korea Successfully Launches a Satellite – All Things Nuclear

US Space Command tracking three objects from DPRK launch – North Korea Tech

North Korea Successfully Launches Satellite: Reports –

The Future of Spaceport America: ‘Informed Consent’ Waiver Deemed Key in 2013 – Spaceports

North Korean Satellite Out of Control in Orbit: Reports –

North Korean Satellite “Tumbles Out of Control” Tracking Data Analysis Indicates – Spaceports

One Small Step for Kim: North Korea Inches Closer to an ICBM – Danger Room

Global GPS Infrastructure ‘Vulnerable to Attack’ –

House panel agrees on lack of NASA strategic direction, but disagrees on what it should be – Space Politics

Underestimated or overestimated? North Korea’s satellite launch in perspective – Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

Alaska Reclaims Its Missing Moon Rocks –

Bolden’s Asia Trip: Off The Radar – NASA Watch

North Korea’s Kim Jong-Un Orders Additional Orbital Satellite Launches in New Year – Spaceports

Expanding U.S. Space Launch Business – Air Force General Counsel Blog

Voice of Korea on rocket launch – North Korea Tech

Tracking North Korea’s satellite – North Korea Tech

North Korea’s Satellite – All Things Nuclear

North Korean Rocket “No Problem” for U.S. Defenses (and fourteen other claims about the GMD national missile defense system’s effectiveness). (December 14, 2012) – Mostly Missle Defense

Export Controls: Compliance and Enforcement Activities and Congressional Notification Requirements under Country-Based License Exemptions. GAO-13-119R, Nov 16, 2012

Unha Debris– Arms Control Wonk

Virginia Commercial Space Flight Authority Strategic Plan 2012 – 2017 – Spaceref

Former astronaut says accessing space resources is essential to NASA’s future – Space Politics

Michael Listner, Addressing the challenges of space debris, part 2: liability, The Space Review

Kwangmyongsong 3-2 is in orbit but is “tumbling” and not transmitting – Hyperbola

Aviation Law
Air Force: Drone Accident Rate At Civilian Airports ‘Unacceptably High’ – Aero News Network

RPAs (“Drones”) and Accountability for Military Action – Air Force General Counsel Blog

House of Commons Library Report on UK Use of Drones – Lawfare

Difference Engine: Phones up in the air – Babbage

How’s the FAA Coming on Integrating Domestic Drones into US Airspace? – The Volokh Conspiracy

Wells C. Bennett, Unmanned at Any Speed: Bringing Drones into Our National Airspace, Brookings

Geospatial Law
The Centre for Spatial Law and Policy: A Legal Advocate for Geospatial Technology – Directions Mag

The UN STILL Not Trying to Control Your Internet (But The Wall Street Journal Wants You To Believe Otherwise) – UN Dispatch

WCIT Watch Day 8: Quite the RUCkus over Internet Proposals – CDT

The NDAA and Cybersecurity – Lawfare

Case Could Put “Browser Sniffing” in FTC Crosshairs – CDT

WCIT Watch Day 10: This is Definitely About the Internet – CDT

Wicked group-edit – Babbage

The Dubai Internet showdown – The Multilateralist

WCIT Watch Day 11: We Cannot Compromise on the Internet – CDT

A digital cold war? – Babbage

The WCIT Wraps Up Without American Support; The UN Is STILL Not Trying to Take Over Your Internet – UN Dispatch

WCIT Treaty Breakdown — A Summary and Some Analysis – Lawfare

Thoughts on the Future of the Internet and its Rules and Regulations – The Volokh Conspiracy

Big Data, Privacy, and Insurers: Forget the web, Flo’s the one to watch. – Prawfs Blawg

Internet Safe From Globalized Censorship as UN Treaty Fails – Threat Level