In a few days, this blog will move from the hosting service we have used since 2006 to a completely new platform on our own servers. We make this move in order to integrate the blog with the rest of our services at www.cybersecuritylaw.us. The downside is that all links will change. Every one of the almost 1000 posts (plus all comments) will move, and the url's will look very similar, but they won't be exactly the same. Thus, if you subscirbe by RSS, you'll find that the feed will go dead. You will need to visit our new site at the same base url - http://blog.cybersecuritylaw.us/ - and resubscribe. All the links in search engines databases like Google's will lead to error pages. We can find no way to avoid this.
The good news, as I mentioned, is greater integration with more services. Particularly for students in our courses at Syracuse University, this move will allow a single sign-on for various protected areas such as libraries, course materials, and authorship access for this blog.
We apologize for the paucity of posts over the summer. No research assistants are available to update here over the summer, because they are out doing exciting internships. Within a few weeks now, however, the courses and this blog will fire up again. I expect an unprecedented level of activity here soon.
We hope that you will make the move with us to an even more useful site.