A group of US lawyers has come forward to advise US Congress against passing a new Copyright reform bill entitled the CASE Act, warning of potential future abuses by Copyright Trolls.
Trump Revokes US Signature from Global Arms Trade Treaty, Which Bans The Sale of Arms/Munitions Into Known Conflict Areas
Two weeks after vetoing a Congressional resolution that would’ve banned the sale of weapons/munitions to Saudi Arabia, Donald Trump announced the US’s withdrawl from the UN’s Arms Trade Treaty.
Senators Rubio & Van Hollen Introduce The DETER Act of 2019, Calling for Strict Sanctions Against The Russian Government
Senators Marco Rubia and Chris Van Hollen introduce the Defending Elections from Threats by Establishing Redlines Act, hoping to enact punishments against Russia strict enough to deter any countries from meddling in future US elections.
Representative Ted Lieu Introduces US-Israel Directed Energy Cooperation Act, Authorizing Pentagon To Begin Testing/Deployment of Direct Energy Weapons Across Middle East
Representative Ted Lieu introduces a new bill calling for US Pentagon to begin research, testing and deployment of Direct Energy Weapons, otherwise considered “lasers and particle beams,” on a unilateral basis with Israel.
Jared Kushner Caught Using Personal Email Accounts & Facebook Subsidiaries To Carry Out Official Government Business w/ Foreign Leaders
Despite Trumps criticisms of Hillary Clinton for using civilian tech for classified communication, the US House Committee on Oversight and Reform now has proof that Jared Kushner and other White House staff are now doing the same.
This past Monday Mark Warner (D-VA) introduced new legislation aimed at better securing the Internet of Things, and ensuring US Government employees, agencies and offices will never be compromised by it in the future.
Senator Paul Introduces “The 2019 AFGHAN Services Act,” A Bill Calling for An End To US Presence In Afghanistan
Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) has introduced a new bill calling on US Congress to repeal the 2001 AUMF and finally cast a vote to officially end the War in Afghanistan and bring all our troops home.
New lawsuit by ACLU, Privacy International and University of Buffalo attempts to find out how the US Government justifies the hacking of US citizens, when those same hacks would otherwise be considered felonies if performed by US citizens.