Monthly Archives: October 2015

Experiencing the Power of International Law in Human Rights and Public Health

By: Juliana Shulman, PHRGE Fellow at UNAIDS When beginning law school, rarely do you imagine that in your second year you will find yourself in a room full of dozens of countries’ human rights leaders as they review and discuss … Continue reading

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Bringing Privacy Protections into the Digital Age, One (Big) State at a Time

Bringing Privacy Protections into the Digital Age, One (Big) State at a Time By: Mike Godbe, PHRGE Fellow at Electronic Frontier Foundation Earlier this month, the Governor of California signed the Electronic Communications Privacy Act (CalECPA), which requires that police … Continue reading

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