Library: Round-up of Reading

February 21, 2011 at 12:10 pm | Posted in Library | Leave a comment

Articles
Kendra Rosenberg, Location Surveillance by GPS: Balancing an Employer’s Business Interest with Employee Privacy, 6 Washington Journal of Law, Technology & Arts 143 (2010).

Laura Grego, Space Code of Conduct a good start, The Hill

Meredith Blasingame, NURTURING THE UNITED STATES COMMERCIAL SPACE INDUSTRY IN AN INTERNATIONAL WORLD: CONFLICTING STATE, FEDERAL, AND INTERNATIONAL LAW, 80 Mississippi Law Journal 741 (2010).

Blogs
U.S. Space Security – Songs of Space and Nuclear Warfare

Asteroid defense and libertarianism – The Volokh Conspiracy

Libertarianism and Asteroid Defense – Volokh Conspiracy

Asteroid Defense – Volokh Conspiracy

Dr. SpaceLove or: How I Learned to Stop Thinking and Love the Code – Songs of Space & Nuclear Warfare

What Is (And Isn’t) Happening with Space Junk – Space Future Journal

The ITAR/Immigration Bifecta of Suck – Selenian Boondocks

National Geospatial Program and the President’s 2012 USGS Budget Proposal – GeoData Policy

Crime takes a bite out of NASA – Space Politics

Virginia Commercial Human Space Flight Revenue Measure Passes House 89 to 8 – Spaceports

New Wireless Tech Jams GPS – DoD Buzz

Defining Responsible Behavior in Space – All Things Nuclear

Another NASA funding amendment to watch? – Space Politics

SSA and Space Partnering: Feel The Disconnect – Songs of Space and Nuclear Warfare

Do you think ITAR handicaps non-US teams? I’ve heard of some teams saying they want to purchase things from US-based companies but can’t. Is there a chance to get rid of ITAR in the near future? – The Launch Pad

Holdren summarizes the space policy debate – Space Politics

More Video from the Air & Missile Warfare Symposium, and Drone-Related Issues – Lawfare

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