Jordan Brunner

Jordan A. Brunner is a second-year law student at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University, and was a national security intern at the Brookings Institution. Prior to law school, he was a Research Fellow with the New America Foundation/ASU Center for the Future of War, where he researched cybersecurity, cyber war, and cyber conflict alongside Shane Harris, author of @War: The Rise of the Military-Internet Complex. He graduated summa cum laude from Arizona State University with a B.S. in Political Science.

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National Security Letters

Microsoft Joins Other Tech Companies by Releasing 2014 National Security Letter

Yesterday morning, Microsoft released, along with its most recent biannual transparency reports, a 2014 National Security Letter (NSL) from the FBI which sought “data belonging to belonging to a customer of our consumer services,” according to the company’s press release on the matter.

Today's Headlines and Commentary

Today's Headlines and Commentary

CNN reports that the United States has dropped its largest non-nuclear bomb on what the Pentagon has claimed are ISIS tunnels, in Nangarhar province in Afghanistan. This marks the first time that the bomb, known as a Massive Ordinance Air Blast Bomb, and nicknamed the “Mother of All Bombs,” has been used on the battlefield, and the military is currently assessing the damage. Army General John Nicholson, commander of U.S.