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The Privatization of Air Traffic Control Vigorously Opposed by General Aviation Groups

In an unusual divergence of opinion between aviation related organizations concerning progress in the operation and development of the national air traffic system, the Airline Owners and Pilots Association (“AOPA”), the nationwide organization of private aircraft owners, opposes the plan … Continue reading

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WOULD YOU TELL HIM HE CAN’T? North Korea’s newest claim: Kim Jong Un can control the weather….

WOULD YOU TELL HIM HE CAN’T? North Korea’s newest claim: Kim Jong Un can control the weather. Read more detail on Recent Law Professor posts –

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Aurelius v. The Control Board: What is Going On? (Part II)

First, thanks to all of you who emailed and commented with possible answers as to what the Aurelius strategy in challenging the constitutionality of the Puerto Rican Control Board might be (the subject of Part I).  My favorite answer was … Continue reading

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Security in the Cloud, Your Protection May Be Under Your Control

One of the major reasons for the trepidation with moving to the cloud is security. Data security breaches have garnered a lot of attention in the media and rightly so. Breaches are expensive to remedy and, if the breach involved … Continue reading

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Orszag Suggests Privatizing Air Traffic Control

Blog readers may be interested in a recent op-ed from former OMB Director Peter Orszag advocating for privatization of the nation's air traffic control system. See Peter Orszag, Private Air-Traffic System Can Soar, Bloomberg Business Week, Sept. 21, 2011 (available… … Continue reading

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