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Library: A Round-up of Reading

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Space Law
China: The Next Space Superpower – IEEE Spectrum

Babak Shakouri, A legal regime for lunar peaks of eternal light, The Space Review

GAO Denies Blue Origin’s Protest Re NASA’s Launch Complex 39A – Space Policy Online

Congress Prohibits GLONASS Stations in US Without DOD/DNI Approval – Space Policy Online

President Signs FY2014 Defense Authorization Into Law – Space Policy Online

NASA Negotiating Pad Lease with SpaceX after GAO Rejects Blue Origin Protest – Space News

China’s Space Diplomacy – Space News

New Law All but Bars Russian GPS Sites in U.S. – Space News

Senate passes amended launch indemnification bill, but time may have already run out – Space Politics

Export control reform process is wrapping up – Space Politics

Defense authorization bill preserves ORS Office, examines space security issues – Space Politics

While members of Congress raise concerns about China’s lunar mission, many Americans are uninterested – Space Politics

Wednesday’s Book Review: “The Politics of Space Security: Strategic Restraint and the Pursuit of National Interests” – Roger Launius’s Blog

New year, old issues – Space Politics

Aviation Law
Airtight passenger rights – European Parliament

Interagency Skirmish Breaks Out Over In-flight Cell Phone Use – Aviation Law Prof Blog

“Silent Skies Act” is a Nobel Effort Unlikely to Succeed – Aviation and Airport Development Law News

Budget Deal Doubles Passenger Security Fees – Aviation Law Prof Blog

Meet America’s First Drone Defense Lawyer – The Motherboard

John McGinnis on the Case for Allowing Cell Phone Use on Planes – The Volokh Conspiracy

Geospatial Law
ICYMI 5 Spatial Law and Policy Links From the Past Week – Spatial Law and Policy

Looking Back at Top Spatial Law and Policy Stories Since 2010 – Spatial Law and Policy

Five tips to help you interpret a satellite image – Google Earth Blog

Google Street View Class Action Survives: Ninth Circuit Holds Wi-Fi is Not “Radio” Under Wiretap Act – Privacy and Security Law Blog

ICYMI Top 5 Spatial Law and Policy Stories From the Past Week – Spatial Law and Policy

Cyberlaw
The Very Awkward President Review Group Report – Lawfare

REVISITING ‘ROLES:’ ON THE AGENDA FOR BRAZIL – IGP

Judge Leon explains why the NSA uses everyone’s metadata – Freedom to Tinker

THE MISSION TO DECENTRALIZE THE INTERNE – Elements

A NEW LEGAL THEORY FOR THE AGE OF MASS SURVEILLANCE – Elements

Digital Death – What Happens to Your Digital Stuff – Concurring Opinions

UN Resolves to Take On State Surveillance – CDT

Data-Mining, Section 215, and Regulating the Government’s Use of Stored Data: The Overlooked, but More Important, Question About NSA Surveillance – Just Security

Will the Supreme Court Review the NSA’s Telephony Metadata Program? – The Volokh Conspiracy