Library: A Round-up of Reading

Reports NASA: Medium Launch Transition Strategy Leverages Ongoing Investments but Is Not Without Risk. GAO-11-107, November 22. Aviation Security: DHS has Taken Steps to Enhance International Aviation Security and Facilitate Compliance with International Standards, but Challenges Remain, by Stephen Lord, director, homeland security and justice issues, before the Subcommittee on Aviation Operations, Safety, and Security, Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation. GAO-11-238T, November 30. NASA: Issues Implementing the NASA Authorization Act of 2010, by Cristina Chaplain, director, acquisition and sourcing management, and Susan A. Poling, managing associate general counsel, before the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation. GAO-11-216T, December 1. CRS – Changes in Airport Passenger Screening Technologies and Procedures: Frequently Asked Questions Periodicals Milsat Magazine (Nov./Dec. 2010) Blogs Do New High-Tech Scans at the Airport Violate the Fourth Amendment? – Volokh Conspiracy "If you touch my junk, I'll have you arrested." – Homeland Security Watch Space policy tough love, and space security recommendations – Space Politics NASA OIG Is Investigating Human Rating Requirements – NASA Watch Senate Report on the New START Treaty – Secrecy News Space: Think Frontier, Not Commons – Songs of Space and Nuclear War Opting-out of Advanced Imaging Technology and the Pat-down Doesn't Fly – TSA Blog Are airport X-ray scanners harmful? – Cosmic Log Montreal Convention eats passenger's breakfast claim – NV Flyer NASA Regulation of Commercial Space? – Spaceports Spatial Law and Policy Update (November 16, 2010) – Spatial Law and Policy Update Wayne Hale: require & enforce standards, but don't select them – RLV and Space Transport News A spaceflight raffle – with a change in rules – NewSpace Journal How to steal a body-scan picture – Cosmic Log Ron Paul Introduces New Air Traveler Act – Aviation Law Prof Blog New START: A missile-defense-friendly treaty – MDAA Secret U.S. Space Plane May Be Too Mysterious – Danger Room TSA Screening Procedures: Protecting Your Junk – Security Debrief Court affirms airline's right to make rule changes causing loss of accrued frequent flyer mileage – The NV Flyer Dear Airline Letters – Volokh Conspiracy China Shows Off Its Drones – Volokh Conspiracy China's Drone Production – Opinio Juris Outlook for FY2011 Appropriations Remains Murky – Space Policy Online Stopped START Means More Spy Sats For The IC? – Songs of Space & Nuclear War More Friday Fun: The New TSA Security Procedures (from a Canadian Perspective) – International Law Prof Blog Airports Who Opt out of TSA Screening are Still Regulated by TSA – TSA Blog New U.S./EU Airline Alliance Report Available – Aviation Law Prof Blog Thoughts on the TSA Controversy – Lawfare On drones – IntLawGrrls Melbourne Journal of International Law, Vol. 11-1: Opinio Juris Online Symposium – Opinio Juris 'Fly Me to the Moon: How Will International Law Cope with Commercial Space Tourism?' by Steven Freeland – Opinio Juris A Response to Steven Freeland by Frans G von der Dunk – Opinio Juris A Response to Frans G von der Dunk by Steven Freeland – Opinio Juris The Pat Down … – Homeland Security Watch Thoughts on Being Groped by TSA – Lawfare No KC-X Protest, For Now – DoD Buzz Petition for Certiorari Filed in Pineda-Moreno, The Ninth Circuit GPS Case – Volokh Conspiracy Third Circuit affirms dismissal of airline's declaratory judgment action on forum non conveniens grounds – The NV Flyer Will searches ever catch terrorists? – Cosmic Log Canadian Military Space Policy to be Released in Early New Year – Space Ref Canada Spatial Law and Policy 2011 Conference (January 12, 2011) – Spatial Law and Policy Spatial Law and Policy Update (November 22, 2011) – Spatial Law and Policy European Space Ministers Emphasize Space-Based Infrastructure, Exploration – Space Policy Online Legal and Military Obstacles Hamper Canadian Space Assets Data Sharing – SpaceRef Canada Deficit commission quietly edits a recommendation – Space Politics European Ministers Voice Support for Galileo, GMES – EARSC Airline prevails on summary judgment by proving it took all reasonable measures to avoid delaying passengers – NV Flyer Senators Skeptical About Administration's Intent on NASA Authorization Act – Space Policy Online Australian Spatial Council Releases Online Map Guidelines – GeoData Policy Spatial Law and Policy Update (December 2, 2010) – Spatial Law and Policy Update Senate wants NASA to follow all of the law – Space Politics Draft California Airport Land Use Planning Handbook Available for Review and Comment – Aviation and Airport Development Blog Coming soon: a US decision on supporting a space "code of conduct" – Space Politics New START Ratification: Seeing the Bigger Picture – FAS Strategic Security Blog Obama's Space Policy – Good/Bad For NASA? – NASA Watch U.S. Center at COP-16: Using Space Technology To Improve Environmental Management – Dipnote Space Agencies Join For Savings – DoD Buzz On international teams, how do US team members cooperate with the ret of their team without violating ITAR? Do they have to male their subsystem with little communication to other team members? – The Launch Pad FAA releases documents on Falcon 9/Dragon flight approval process – RLV and Space Transport News Limited Liability Companies May Protect Aircraft Owners – Aviation Law Monitor Utilizing the Canadian Economic Action Plan – Commercial Space Outer Space Treaty – Universe Today

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