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Von der Dunk interview with The Verge
Thursday April 4th 2014 Professor Frans von der Dunk was interviewed for the article NASA's breakup with Russia is a Manipulative Money Grab written by The Verge writer Arielle Duhaime-Ross. In the interview von der Dunk discusses the historical and ongoing relationship between the U.S. and Russia in regards to space exploration.
Professor Matthew Schaefer Speaks on Legal Tools to Stop Intentional Radio Frequency Interference with Satellites at 30th Annual National Space Symposium
Professor Schaefer spoke on a panel on the radio frequency interference with satellites and its impact on space sustainability in Colorado Springs on May 22, 2014 at the National Space Symposium. The panel was sponsored by the Secure World Foundation and moderated by its President Mike Simpson. Professor Schaefer was the lone lawyer on the panel and suggested some possible legal enforcement mechanisms for international obligations prohibiting harmful interference in response to satellite operators’ increasing frustration with the lack of concrete tools to stop intentional radio frequency interference with satellites. For more, see Professor Schaefer’s inaugural blog on his new blog at www.lawofschaefer.com to address legal issues connected with Space, Cyber, High-Tech, Aerospace, EU-US Relations, Free Trade, Export-Import Regulation, and Radio Frequency Interference.