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Google has transformed our interaction with the Internet. In The Googlization of Everything (And Why We Should Worry), law professor Siva Vaidhyanathan cautions against trusting too much to one company, and calls for a revival of public institutions to decide the Internet’s future.
Erik Brynjolffson shares the wisdom of chess grandmaster Garry Kasparov: collaborate with the machines. Initially losing to IBM’s Deep Blue computer in 1996, Kasparov later organized a free-style tournament allowing humans and computers to combine forces. The winners: a team of amateur players with home computers.
Ordinarily, courts look to a site’s terms of service to resolve cases. But consumers rarely read the “fine print.” In “Website Design as Contract”, Woodrow Hartzog considers how features like icons, privacy settings, or pop-ups should change the outcome of contract cases.
Strong encryption makes Internet messages traffic unreadable. Traditional wiretaps are often useless. Law professor Peter Swire surveys new police strategies for accessing readable messages in “From Real-Time Intercepts to Store Records: Why Encryption Drives the Government to Seek Access to the Cloud.”
Algorithms and Explanations
April 27, 2017, New York, NY
FESC V: Freedom of Expression Scholars Conference
April 29, 2017, New Haven, CT
Portland: Reception and Talk with Paul Goldstein
May 02, 2017, Portland, OR
Fifth Annual Research Roundtable on Patents and Technology Standards
May 04, 2017, Chicago, IL
Conversation with the Author: “The Unregulated Certification Mark(et)” by Jeanne Fromer
May 08, 2017, Stanford, CA
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