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The cover page of a 2023 Law Library of Congress report titled Impact of Translations of the NIST Cybersecurity Framework

New Law Library Report Examines Cybersecurity Laws of Several Countries

Posted by: Kelly Buchanan

We know from our daily work that countries are influenced by the legal and policy approaches that are taken by other countries to different issues. For example, governments have considered, or are considering, developments in other jurisdictions in relation to the regulation of artificial intelligence and cryptocurrency. Sometimes, there are international agreements that are implemented into …

On this Day in 1523: Gustav Vasa Elected King – Happy 500, Sweden!

Posted by: Elin Hofverberg

    Today, June 6, Sweden celebrates 500 years as an independent nation. On June 6, 1523, Gustav Eriksson Vasa was elected king of Sweden at the assembly (riksmötet) in Strängsnäs, officially uniting Sweden under one king and ending forever the Kalmar Union that tied Denmark, Norway, and Sweden (including Finland) together under one monarch. …

Cover images of historical and contemporary legal reports published in the last year. All of the reports pictured above are now available online in the Legal Reports (Publications of the Law Library of Congress) collection.

Online Legal Reports Collection Surpasses 4,000 Historical and Contemporary Reports

Posted by: Stephen Mayeaux

The Law Library is happy to announce that our collection of legacy and contemporary reports has grown to over 4,000. This summer, we plan to announce a new update to our crowdsourcing campaign, with the release of several hundred additional digitized reports that were published over the last couple years and which would benefit greatly from volunteer transcriptions to help ensure accurate full-text searchability of our collection.