Last Week in Tech Law and Policy, Vol. 16: The Art of Deception: a Gift or a Curse?

(by Annie Tooley, Colorado Law 2L)

Following on last week’s post, another dark cloud continues to loom over the Internet: malware. Malware is somewhat two-faced.  On one side, hackers use malware to gain access to personal information.  On the other side, the government uses malware to track down criminals and terrorists.  But what happens when the line separating the two starts to blur?  This post will explore the “good” and “bad” sides of deceptive delivery of malware.

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Last Week in Tech Law and Policy, Vol. 15: The Internet’s Lousy Summer Vacation

We’re back for Season 2 of our ongoing weekly recap of current tech policy news. As always, the TLPC Director (that’s me—Blake Reid) takes on the first blog post of the semester before the TLPC’s student attorneys take over for the duration. As summer comes to a close in Boulder, this post explores some of the dark clouds have circled over the Internet in recent weeks.

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