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What's The Big Hurry? The Urgency Of Data Breach Notification, Ellen Cornelius Oct 2018

What's The Big Hurry? The Urgency Of Data Breach Notification, Ellen Cornelius

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No abstract provided.


Law-Based Arguments And Messages To Advocate For Later School Start Time Policies In The United States, Clark J. Lee, Dennis M. Nolan, Steven W. Lockley, Brent Pattison Jan 2017

Law-Based Arguments And Messages To Advocate For Later School Start Time Policies In The United States, Clark J. Lee, Dennis M. Nolan, Steven W. Lockley, Brent Pattison

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The increasing scientific evidence that early school start times are harmful to the health and safety of teenagers has generated much recent debate about changing school start times policies for adolescent students. Although efforts to promote and implement such changes have proliferated in the United States in recent years, they have rarely been supported by law-based arguments and messages that leverage the existing legal infrastructure regulating public education and child welfare in the United States. Furthermore, the legal bases to support or resist such changes have not been explored in detail to date. This article provides an overview of how ...


Mwcog And Infragardncr Key To Government Engagement With Private Sector Critical Infrastructure Stakeholders, Christopher Ryan Mar 2016

Mwcog And Infragardncr Key To Government Engagement With Private Sector Critical Infrastructure Stakeholders, Christopher Ryan

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Sleep: A Human Rights Issue, Clark J. Lee Jan 2016

Sleep: A Human Rights Issue, Clark J. Lee

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Recognition of sleep as a human rights issue by governmental and legal entities (as illustrated by recent legal cases in the United States and India) raises the profile of sleep health as a societal concern. Although this recognition may not lead to immediate public policy changes, it infuses the public discourse about the importance of sleep health with loftier ideals about what it means to be human. Such recognition also elevates the work of sleep researchers and practitioners from serving the altruistic purpose of improving human health at the individual and population levels to serving the higher altruistic purpose of ...


The Continuing Battle Over Privacy Vs. Security, Ellen Cornelius Oct 2015

The Continuing Battle Over Privacy Vs. Security, Ellen Cornelius

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Why Education In The Law And Policy Of Cybersecurity Is A Must, Markus Rauschecker Oct 2015

Why Education In The Law And Policy Of Cybersecurity Is A Must, Markus Rauschecker

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No abstract provided.


A Training Partnership That Began With A Grant, Vernon Herron, Laura Hoch, Alexandra Podolny Oct 2014

A Training Partnership That Began With A Grant, Vernon Herron, Laura Hoch, Alexandra Podolny

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No abstract provided.


Chinese Hackers And Their New Targets—Federal Employees, Ellen Cornelius Oct 2014

Chinese Hackers And Their New Targets—Federal Employees, Ellen Cornelius

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No abstract provided.


New York: Public Health Implications Of The 'Soda Ban' Ruling, Andrew Geltman Aug 2014

New York: Public Health Implications Of The 'Soda Ban' Ruling, Andrew Geltman

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No abstract provided.


Thinking Ahead - Implementing The Nist Cybersecurity Framework To Protect From Potential Legal Liability, Markus Rauschecker Jul 2014

Thinking Ahead - Implementing The Nist Cybersecurity Framework To Protect From Potential Legal Liability, Markus Rauschecker

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Later School Start Times In Adolescence: Time For A Change, Paul Kelley, Clark Lee Jan 2014

Later School Start Times In Adolescence: Time For A Change, Paul Kelley, Clark Lee

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This briefing paper summarizes the latest research on the subject of chronic sleep deprivation on education and health in adolescents, explores policy options to address this education and public health issue, and sets forth the recommendation that education start times be adjusted appropriately for U.S adolescents.


Engage In Cyber Security - The Power And Responsibility Is Yours, Avery M. Blank Jun 2013

Engage In Cyber Security - The Power And Responsibility Is Yours, Avery M. Blank

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No abstract provided.


Enhancing Communication Between Scientists, Government Officials, And The Lay Public: Advancing Science And Protecting The Public's Welfare Through Better Multi-Stakeholder Interfacing, Clark J. Lee, Patrick P. Rose, Earl Stoddard Iii Jan 2013

Enhancing Communication Between Scientists, Government Officials, And The Lay Public: Advancing Science And Protecting The Public's Welfare Through Better Multi-Stakeholder Interfacing, Clark J. Lee, Patrick P. Rose, Earl Stoddard Iii

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Katrina's Animal Legacy: The Pets Act, Marita Mike, Rebecca Mike, Clark J. Lee Jan 2011

Katrina's Animal Legacy: The Pets Act, Marita Mike, Rebecca Mike, Clark J. Lee

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This article discusses issues related to the federal Pets Evacuation and Transportation Standards Act of 2006 (PETS Act), which was signed into law in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Issues discussed in this article include:

  1. Various problems concerning animal evacuations and sheltering that Hurricane Katrina brought to light;
  2. Provisions of the PETS Act and related laws and policies which were developed in response to the tragedies brought about by Hurricane Katrina; and
  3. Strengths and weaknesses of the PETS Act and recommends next steps to improve implementation of the PETS Act.