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Library: A Round-up of Reading

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Space Law
U.S. Air Force Seeks Dismissal of SpaceX Suit – Space News

Mike Gold, Tuesday, 7-1-14 – The Space Show

Secure World Foundation Newsletter – May/June 2014 – SWF

No action, but more commentary, on Shelby’s commercial crew cost language – Space Politics

U.S. Government Seeks Dismissal of SpaceX Suit – Space Policy Online

Seven Government Agencies Needed to Build a Space Company – Commercial Space Blog

U.S. Government Wants To Squash SpaceX Lawsuit – NASA Watch

IAC Scholarship Recipients 2014 – SWF

China, Russia to cooperate in satellite navigation – GPS Daily

Should Humanity Try to Contact Intelligent Aliens? – Space.com

SPACE LAW AND POLICY COURSE FOR STUDENTS – DATE CHANGE – ISPL

Japan set for first arms export under new rules: report – Missile Threat

Policy Debate Aside, NASA Preparing for Orion Capsule Test Flight – Space News

Aviation Law
NYC Bar Association Releases Report on Legality of Drones – Just Security

North Carolina Set to Outlaw Hunting and Fishing Drones – IEEE Spectrum

No Verdict In Trial Of Man Accused Of Aiming Laser At A Helicopter – ANN

NTSB Special Investigation Finds Parasailing Largely Unregulated – ANN

'New' EASA Plans Vital General Aviation Conference – ANN

Exclusive: Civilian drones need costly fixes to avoid hacking, study indicates – Christian Science Monitor

Geospatial Law
US Refusal to Host Russian Navigation Stations Political – GPS Daily

Zhihua Zheng, Legal Effect of Maps in Maritime Boundary Delimitation: A Response to Erik Franckx and Marco Benatar, Asian Journal of International Law (Vol. 4, no. 2, July 2014)

Cyberlaw
Internet Providers Are Taking Legal Action Against GCHQ – Motherboard

An Anonymous Cell Pledges to Hack 'New CISPA' Supporters – Motherboard

Talking Cybersecurity – White House Blog

ISPs File Legal Complaint in Europe Over Spying – Threat Level

DOES ICANN VIOLATE HUMAN RIGHTS? THE COUNCIL OF EUROPE REPORT – IGP

U.S. Mayors Call for Government Broadband, Extreme Regulation – Tech Freedom

Can Facebook Be Governed? – Cyborgology

Does the U.S. Supreme Court's Decision on the 4th Amendment and Cell Phones Signal Future Changes to the Third Party Doctrine? – TAP

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: An unfortunate story on the non-review of U.S. surveillance authority in Section 702 – Just Security

Cloud City: A Fourth Amendment Thought Experiment – Just Security

Criminal Cyberbullying Statute Violates First Amendment–New York v. Marquan – Technology and Marketing Law Blog

A Taxonomy of Cyber War IHL Questions – Lawfare

NSA Targets the Privacy-Conscious for Surveillance – Schneier on Security

Russia Sees No Progress in GLONASS Talks with US – Space Daily

The NSA Is Targeting Users of Privacy Services, Leaked Code Shows – Threat Level

Code as Law: How Bitcoin Could Decentralize the Courtroom – Motherboard

The Right to Be Forgotten Isn't Just About Fixing Reputations – Motherboard

Report: NSA collected intimate data on ordinary Americans – Salon