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“Why can’t they just ban it?”: Practical suggestions for the federal government to ban TikTok

January 13, 2023   |   By: Lawrence L. Muir, Jr. This is the final article of a three-article series about the challenges the American federal government faces in its efforts to ban TikTok. The first article set up the legal and political posture of attempts to ban TikTok and addressed why they have failed. The second… Continue reading “Why can’t they just ban it?”: Practical suggestions for the federal government to ban TikTok

“Why can’t we just ban it?”: Legal, Political, and Technological Difficulties with Banning TikTok

January 11, 2023   |   By: Lawrence L. Muir, Jr. This article is the second article in a three-part series. The first article detailed the procedural posture of the failed executive actions to create a TikTok ban. This article discusses the current Congressional attempt to ban TikTok, the ANTI-SOCIAL CCP Act. The article then discusses the… Continue reading “Why can’t we just ban it?”: Legal, Political, and Technological Difficulties with Banning TikTok

“Why can’t we just ban it?”: How the American government has bungled the TikTok ban

January 9, 2023   |   By: Lawrence L. Muir, Jr. Over the past two months, the national security threats posed by the TikTok app have been more exposed than the individuals posting the videos to TikTok. Yet despite those risks, Americans continue to post content to the app, seemingly either unaware or unconcerned by the app’s… Continue reading “Why can’t we just ban it?”: How the American government has bungled the TikTok ban

Updating Government Contracting Documents for Cybersecurity

By: Lawrence L. Muir, Jr.  [11/10/22] This article is the third and final installment in a series of articles about how lawyers can better serve their clients by involving themselves in cybersecurity planning at an early stage. Just like Return of the Jedi was for Star Wars, and The Last Crusade was for the Indiana… Continue reading Updating Government Contracting Documents for Cybersecurity

What the New Cybersecurity Regulations Actually Mean to Defense Contractors

By: Lawrence L. Muir, Jr.  [11/9/22] This is not a blog post about the CMMC. The blogosphere is saturated with CMMC content, and the longer the program stretches into indefiniteness, the more content is delivered to an audience drowning it out. But that does not mean that lawyers and contracts managers should ignore the three… Continue reading What the New Cybersecurity Regulations Actually Mean to Defense Contractors

Supply Chain Vulnerability in the Healthcare Industry

By: Lawrence L. Muir, Jr. [9/2/22] The healthcare industry possesses invaluable data in the forms of patient health information, personal identifying information, and payment card information. The industry is a treasure trove of information to be exploited by criminals. The risk of loss of that information exponentially increases when third-party vendors with whom information is… Continue reading Supply Chain Vulnerability in the Healthcare Industry

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