The Democratic National Committee's lawsuit against Russia and Elliott Broidy's lawsuit against Qatar both raise the issue of whether the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act protects foreign governments from being sued for hacking into the email of Americans. My column this week reports on the situation. Please check the full column out at the New York Sun (here), Reason (here), and Newsmax (here).
'Sovereign Immunity' Is Shield of Cyberattackers
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