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[liberationtech] Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Cyber Security Policy

Lisa Brownlee lmbscholarly2 at
Tue Oct 16 16:56:21 PDT 2012

Dear Dr, Waring,

I am a legal scholar working in cybersecurity since the early '90s --
including practice in Europe when the privacy laws were being implemented.
I am now residing in Mexico and involved (and published) in advocacy (MX
law geolocation) here. Arstechnica covered me but I have not yet published
directly with BNA due to security "issues" I routinely have here.

I am most disturbed by developments. EFF and others are doing a terrific
job, but they do/cannot know what is really happening.

The reality is that you cannot study this topic as an outside scholar. You
need to infiltrate at top corporate and government levels, as I have here,
to learn the truth. You can award this position to someone in an ivory
tower, but that will not forward knowledge.

I would be most interested in this fellowship to infiltrate other countries
(Pakistan in particular) as I have here, surreptitiously, to ascertain and
expose the actual situation. And to educate new scholars on the requisites
and risks involved in this work. It isn't especially fun being tailed by,
e.g. the FBI (PA - Verizon breach exposure research) and/or Federales, and
dodging kidnap attempts monthly. Not all of students are aware of the
realities of this line of work. To put it mildly, it is a delicate balance.

I am a professionally-trained and experienced educator. All of the work I
do is as an independent scholar. My publisher - Thomson West Reuters - has
never interfered or attempted to influence my scholarship.

If you find my qualifications to be of interest, please let me know and I
will formally apply.

Best regards,

Lisa M. Brownlee, Esq.

I herewith copy fellow legal scholar Jules, of whom I will request a
reference if required.

On Tue, Oct 16, 2012 at 2:28 PM, Jill Moss <jmoss at> wrote:

>   *Monterey Institute Seeks Post-Doctoral Fellow in Cyber Security Policy*
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> The Monterey Institute of International Studies (MIIS), a graduate school
> of Middlebury College located in Monterey, California, is seeking a
> post-doctoral fellow for our Cyber Security Initiative. This one-year,
> full-time staff position will afford unique opportunities for teaching in
> our MA program in Nonproliferation and Terrorism Studies<>,
> collaborative research with experts at the Center for Nonproliferation
> Studies <> and Monterey Terrorism Research and
> Education Program<>,
> and working with the Institute’s leadership to develop a new program in
> cyber security policy. A full description of the position is attached.****
>  ****
> Current plans call for the position to be open until filled but candidates
> are encouraged to apply as soon as possible through the Middlebury job
> search site, I hope you will pass
> this position announcement along to any interested colleagues or doctoral
> students. If you have any  questions on the position or the Institute,
> please email me at  fwehling at****
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> Many thanks,****
> Fred Wehling****
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Lisa M. Brownlee, Esq.
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Author of:

Intellectual Property Due Diligence in Corporate Transactions: Investment,
Risk Assessment and Management (West Thomson Reuters)

Assets & Finance: Audits and Valuation of Intellectual Property (West
Thomson Reuters)

Federal Acquisition Regulations: Intellectual Property and Related Rights
(Law Journal Press)
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