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Last week President Obama signed a mobile phone unlocking bill into law. Good news for consumer’s right? Well, not exactly. 
In his newest blog post Stanford CIS Junior Affiliate Scholar Jonathan Mayer explains why the new law is actually only a “partial legal win for consumers.” http://stanford.io/UOuh6l 
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Earlier this week, the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board (PCLOB) issued a massive report about the legally and technologically complicated government surveillance program operating under section 702 of the FISA Amendments Act. 

Prior to the report CIS Director of Civil Liberties, Jennifer Granick, identified eight basic, but important, questions she thought the public should know about section 702 surveillance. 

Were these questions answered in the report? Read Granick’s newest Just Security blog post to find out: http://stanford.io/1kjapyu

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“That a population as conservative as corporate lawyers are embracing robotics as a transformative technology is, on my view, a rather interesting sign of the times.”
- Stanford CIS Affiliate Scholar Ryan Calo on why “Even (Some) Law Firms Think Robots Are the Next Big Thing"

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"The Administration and the intelligence community believe they can do whatever they want, regardless of the laws Congress passes, so long they can convince one of the judges appointed to the secretive Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) to agree. "
- Stanford CIS Director of Civil Liberties Jennifer Granick

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Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos recently announced that his company is looking to use drones for delivery, perhaps as soon as 2015. 
Stanford CIS Affiliate Scholar Ryan Calo weighs in on this timeline and why he expects this service could become “routine within five years.”

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New blog post by CIS Director of Civil Liberties Jennifer Granick is now online in Just Security. 

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Does Your Lyft Driver Have Car Insurance? CIS/CARS Fellow Bryant Walker Smith discusses the liability issues associated with rideshare companies.

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CIS/CARS Fellow Bryant Walker Smith weighs in on one of the “12 Most Important Questions About Self-Driving Cars” with Popular Mechanics. 

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A few photos from yesterday's Constitution Day 2013 discussion with Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg have been added to our SLS Flickr page. During her visit, Justice Ginsburg reflected on the highlights of the Court's 2012-13 term. What would you say were the biggest highlights for you?
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