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Laurie R. Blank
In Response to Professor Oren Gross’ ‘The New Way of War: Is There a Duty to Use Drones?
Response to Oren Gross, The New Way of War: Is There a Duty to Use Drones?

For the past decade, drones—the remotely piloted aircraft the United States has used to launch missiles in conflicts and counterterrorism operations from Afghanistan to Libya and points in between—have taken center stage in a moral, legal, strategic, and political debate about the use of force against terrorists and insurgents. This debate has focused predominantly on the potential negative consequences of drones, such as the reduced accountability for the use of force, the geography of conflict, or civilian casualties, for example. In his thought-provoking and forward- looking article, The New Way of War: Is There a Duty to Use Drones?, Oren Gross flips this debate on its head and explores whether countries must use drones in the course of armed hostilities. Read More.





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Teresa Drake
A Response to Aubrey Burris’s ‘Hell Hath No Fury Like a Woman Porned: Revenge Porn and the Need for a Federal Nonconsensual Pornography Statute’
Response to Aubrey Burris, Hell Hath No Fury like a Woman Porned: Revenge Porn and the Need for a Federal Nonconsensual Pornography Statute

In her thoughtful note, Aubrey Burris notes that revenge porn is readily compared to sexual harassment, domestic violence, and cyber-rape. Her note highlights that nonconsensual pornography fuels tactics of domestic abuse and sexual violence, creating an additional means of controlling and humiliating women in relationships. She argues that using intimate images as a means of controlling women’s bodies, reputations and lives is just one of many destructive results that justify criminalizing such behavior. While her points are accurate, she skims over complexities of domestic violence when progressing to her argument that existing laws fail to adequately address the problem of revenge porn. Read More.



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