University of Exeter: Latest edition of influential Cyber Law Toolkit tracks online warfare around the globe

University of Exeter: Latest edition of influential Cyber Law Toolkit tracks online warfare around the globe. “The Cyber Law Toolkit, an established go-to resource for professionals and scholars working on international law and cyber operations, has been updated again for 2022. The Toolkit contains a customizable overview of all available national positions on international law and cyber operations. Users can search for specific countries or compare different states’ views on a diverse range of topics such as sovereignty, non-intervention, or due diligence.”

Washington Post: A ‘global game of whack-a-mole’: Overseas data rules are stuck in the 19th century

Washington Post: A ‘global game of whack-a-mole’: Overseas data rules are stuck in the 19th century. “How should law enforcement officials deal with digital data that happens to be stored in a different country? If FBI agents, pursuing a subject who committed a crime in the United States, serve a valid court order on an American company, the government shouldn’t have to wait a year because the company happens to store the information overseas. Likewise, if the London police are investigating a local murder, the fact that they are seeking phone records from a communications provider located in the United States should not block them from doing their job.”

Global News: How a Supreme Court decision might change what you find on Google

Not good. Global News: How a Supreme Court decision might change what you find on Google. “It could be just a matter of time before a search on Google fails to turn up relevant and legal information after the Supreme Court of Canada opened the door to foreign courts applying their laws in other countries, said one internet law expert following Wednesday’s decision from the court.”

Library of Congress: International Tribunals Web Archive Launched

Library of Congress: International Tribunals Web Archive Launched. “In order to organize and manage digital content available on international courts and tribunals, the Library of Congress Web Archiving Team and the Law Library of Congress recently launched an ‘International Tribunals Archive'(ITA). The ITA is an archive with the purpose of digitally storing relevant websites hosting information about the most important international tribunals created since World War II for researchers today and in the future.”