Tag Archives: International Law

Lending Loot: The Cost of Cultural Exchange Under the Immunity from Seizure Act

[I]f you believe in art, you like art, you think people should see art, and you like your museums, you ought to be for this bill. – Representative Steve Cohen The Nazis stole roughly 600,000 pieces of art from 1933 … Continue reading

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I Got 99 Problems and a Warrant is One: How Current Interpretations of the Stored Communications Act Offend International Comity

As of 2012, there were 3.3 billion email accounts in the world and that number is expected to increase by six percent each year, amounting to approximately 4.3 billion accounts in 2016. In 2013, there were approximately 7.137 billion people … Continue reading

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Expunging Statelessness From Terrorist Expatriation Statutes

Concerns over national security and terrorism are escalating as the United States and the United Kingdom, as well as other nations, face the growing threat in the Middle East from the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (“ISIS”), among others. … Continue reading

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