What are the constitutional limits on police use of force? What remedies are available when those limits are exceeded? And in light of recent episodes of police violence, how might the limits and the remedies be modified? Those questions are addressed in a new report from the Congressional Research Service.
Some 60 nations and partner organizations have made commitments to help counter the Islamic State with military forces or resources, according to a new report from the Congressional Research Service. But coalition efforts suffer from a lack of coherence, CRS said. “Without a single authority responsible for prioritizing and adjudicating between different multinational civilian and military lines of effort, different actors often work at cross-purposes without intending to do so.”
The below newly-acquired Congressional Research Service (CRS) have been received from the Federation of American Scientists (FAS) and are now catalogued and accessible here.
Rita Tehan, Information Research Specialist
Congressional Research Service, May 22, 2014
This report provides references to analytical reports on cybersecurity from CRS, other government agencies, trade associations, and interest groups. The reports and related websites are grouped under the following cybersecurity topics:
• policy overview
• National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace (NSTIC)
• cloud computing and FedRAMP
• critical infrastructure
• cybercrime, data breaches, and data security
• national security, cyber espionage, and cyberwar (including Stuxnet)
• international efforts
• research and development (R&D)
In addition, the report lists selected cybersecurity-related websites for congressional and
government agencies, news, international organizations, and organizations or institutions.
PDF (101 Pages): CRS Cybersecurity Resources 20140522
Congressional Research Service — Index 28 MAY 2014 – Cyber & Internet Including FOI, Privacy, NSA, Etcetera
PDF (24 Pages): Self-Development for Cyber Warriors (SWJ ACC 2011)