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Space Law
White House Concerns Over Senate Budget Stance on NASA – NASA Watch

U.S. Government Cuts Hurt Space Industrial Base, National Security, Economic Competitiveness – The Space Foundation

Administration Opposes Funding RD-180 Replacement in Defense Bill – Space News

Shelby reiterates his support for commercial crew pricing language as Nelson seeks changes to it – Space Politics

ULA Fights To Change Perceptions, Accelerates RD-180 Deliveries – Space Policy Online

U.S. Opposes New Draft Treaty from China and Russia Banning Space Weapons – Missile Threat

Space and Missile Merger – Missile Threat

EXPORT CONTROLS: NASA Management Action and Improved Oversight Needed to Reduce the Risk of Unauthorized Access to Its Technologies. GAO-14-690T

Outer space: an integral part of the international community's global commitments on sustainable development – SpaceRef

House Approves RD-180 Replacement Appropriation As U.S. Readies More Russia Sanctions – Space Policy Online

Subcommittees Examine NASA's Struggle to Protect Sensitive Information – SpaceRef

OIG, GAO, and Congress Ding NASA on Export Control – NASA Watch

Gerstenmaier Praises NRC Human Space Exploration Report – Space Policy Online

The FAA Is Trying to Ban First-Person View Drone Flights – Motherboard

The "New" Canadian Space Procurement Path – Commercial Space Blog

Will U.S.-Russian Tensions Impact Sea Launch? – UPDATE – Space Policy Online

Research Center Launched to Combat Space Junk Menace – Space.com

Oregon District Court Holds No-Fly List Procedures Violate Due Process – Just Security

Global Space Governance Can Fuel New Business and Innovations – Space News

Russia begins its withdrawal from Baikonur in Kazakhstan – Behind the Black

NASA has a Problem with Unauthorized Access to it's Technologies – Space Travel

SPACE LAW AND POLICY COURSE (CPD) COMPLETED MAY 2014 – ISPL

Gerstenmaier: a “lot of good things” in NRC human space exploration report – Space Politics

Russia loses its only geostationary early-warning satellite – Russian Strategic Nuclear Forces

ESA makes space debris software available online = SpaceRef

NRC co-chairs reiterate call for national commitment and sustained funding for human space exploration – Space Politics

Aviation Law
AIRPORT FUNDING: Aviation Industry Changes Affect Airport Development Costs and Financing. GAO-14-658T

The FAA Is Still Sending Out Fake Cease-and-Desist Letters to Drone Pilots – Motherboard

UK Court Allows Passengers 6 Years to File 261/2004 Claims – Aviation Law Prof Blog

Academy of Model Aeronautics Responds To NPS Unmanned Aircraft Interim Policy – ANN

Unmanned Aircraft to be Prohibited in America’s National Parks – Directions Magazine

TRANSPORTATION SECURITY INFORMATION SHARING: Stakeholder Satisfaction Varies; TSA Could Take Additional Actions to Strengthen Efforts. GAO-14-506

TRANSPORTATION SECURITY INFORMATION SHARING: Results of GAO's Survey of Stakeholder Satisfaction with TSA Products and Mechanisms (GAO-14-488SP, June 2014), an E-supplement to GAO-14-506. GAO-14-488SP

Drone Pilots Are Gearing Up for a Fight Against the FAA's New 'Rules' – Motherboard

Guest Post: The Bigger No Fly List Problem – Just Security

Court Declares U.S. No-Fly List Procedures Unconstitutional – Aviation Law Prof Blog

The Latest No Fly List Ruling: A Very Big Deal! – Just Security

AVIATION SAFETY: Additional Oversight Planning by FAA Could Enhance Safety Risk Management. GAO-14-516

Cyberlaw
Email Harvesting: Repeated Emails From LinkedIn May Violate Publicity Rights – Technology and Marketing Law Blog

Steptoe Cyberlaw Podcast, Episode #24: An Interview with Paul Rosenzweig – Lawfare

The FCC Blasts ISPs For Not Delivering the Broadband Speeds They're Advertising – Motherboard

Net Neutrality Will Require Us to Shine the Light on Internet Providers – EFF

The data retention judgment, the Irish Facebook case, and the future of EU data transfer regulation – Concurring Opinions

Tor forced to reject 'major financial donation' due to U.S. law – The Daily Dot

Does familiarity with technology affect the way judges vote on privacy? – Concurring Opinions

Managing Risk in an Inhospitable Environment: The Restaurant and Hospitality Industries are an Alluring Destination for Cyber Thieves – Privacy and Security Law Blog

Department of Energy Invites Cybersecurity Comments – Privacy and Security Law Blog

Johann-Christoph Woltag, Cyber Warfare: Military Cross-Border Computer Network Operations under International Law (Intersentia 2014)

“Getting to Know You, Getting to Know All About You…” FTC Data Brokers Report Calls for More Industry Transparency, Regulation in How Data Brokers Use Consumers’ Personal Information – Privacy and Security Law Blog

Approaching the CASL: The Compliance Date for Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation Draws Near – Information Law Group

T-Mobile Uses Data Caps to Manipulate Competition Online, Undermine Net Neutrality – Public Knowledge

Canadians Don't Trust the Harper Government's New Cyberbullying Bill – Motherboard

More Details on NSA Tapping the Internet Backbone – Schneier on Security

Working with Our Global Partners to Advance an Open Internet – NTIA

US v. Ganias and the Fourth Amendment right to delete – Concurring Opinions

Steptoe Cyberlaw Podcast, Episode #25: An Interview with Ralph Langner – Lawfare

Big Data, Open Data & the Federal Agencies – White House Blog

Snowden-documents show no evidence for global mass surveillance – Top Level Telecommunications

Understanding Net(flix) Neutrality: Dressing Up Corporate Opportunism as Net Neutrality – TechFreedom

Aereo Update: Supreme Court Rules for Broadcasters! – CommLawBlog

Public Knowledge Statement on Supreme Court’s Aereo Ruling – Public Knowledge

SCOTUS: Without a Warrant, Police Generally Cannot Search Digital Information on Arrestees’ Cell Phones – Lawfare

SCOTUS: No Cellphone Search Without Warrant = Prawfs Blawg

Justice Roberts’s wit – Concurring Opinions

Cops Can’t Search Cell Phones Without a Warrant, Supreme Court Rules – Threat Level

The U.S. Supreme Court’s 4th Amendment and Cell Phone Case and Its Implications for the Third Party Doctrine – Concurring Opinions

The Supreme Court Killed Aereo, But the Future of the Cloud Is Wide Open – Motherboard

Supreme Court Sets Powerful Limits for Cell Searches, Fails to Protect Internet Streaming – EFF

Supreme Court Shoots Aereo Down – IEEE Spectrum

SCOTUS & Cell Phone Searches: Digital is Different – Just Security

Summary of the Supreme Court Aereo Decision – TeleFrieden

The Supreme Court just outlawed the future of TV – Salon

Decoding the Supreme Court’s Aereo decision: The future looks hazy for cloud computing – Salon

INFORMATION SECURITY: Additional Oversight Needed to Improve Programs at Small Agencies. GAO-14-344