Disconnect: Do Government Lawyers Not Understand the Internet? (Washington Post)

computer laptopThe Washington Post explores the disconnect between government lawyers and the Internet, particularly through issues of cybersecurity. With the rise of technical cases, it seems too few lawyers understand computers code, its networks, and its users.

It’s also becoming more difficult to set legal boundaries around mass surveillance, particularly with the Justice Department’s decade-old Electronic Surveillance Manual. Read “Government lawyers don’t understand the Internet. That’s a problem.”

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