Conflicts of Interest and Election Cybersecurity: How Bipartisan Congressional Oversight Can Inform the Public, Address Election System Vulnerabilities, and Increase Voter Confidence in Election Integrity

Kimberly Breedon & A. Christopher Bryant

66 WAYNE L. REV. 13

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VOLUME 66 NO. 1


Emerging Case Law on Congressional Oversight
Elise J. Bean
66 Wayne L. Rev. 1

Conflicts of Interest and Election Cybersecurity: How Bipartisan Congressional Oversight Can Inform The Public, Address Election System Vulnerabilities, and Increase Voter Confidence in Election Integrity
Kimberly Breedon & A. Christopher Bryant
66 Wayne L. Rev. 1

Answering the Clarion Call to Action: Congress’s Role in Protecting Election Security
M. Tia Johnson
66 Wayne L. Rev. 1

Cybersecurity Information Sharing and Congress’s Oversight Role
Johnathan Lewallen
66 Wayne L. Rev. 1

Three Arenas of Congressional Oversight of Online Platforms: Competition, Privacy, and Content
Priscilla M. Regan
66 Wayne L. Rev. 1

Tracking Oversight in the House in the 116th Congress
Molly E. Reynolds & Jackson Gode
64 Wayne L. Rev. 150

Deepfakes and Involuntary Pornography: Can Our Current Legal Framework Address This Technology?
Kareem Gibson
66 Wayne L. Rev. 1

Unconscionability as a Judicial Means for Curing the Healthcare Crisis
Jeffrey T. Hewlett
66 Wayne L. Rev. 1

Closing the “No Further Responsibility” Loophole in Resolving Credit Billing Errors
Aaron J. Walden
66 Wayne L. Rev. 1

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