Cornell law professor James Grimmelmann provides an overview of Judge Gorsuch’s opinions from IP and Internet law cases. Justice Neil Gorsuch is President Trump’s nominee for the U.S. Supreme Court.
University of Chicago law professor Omri Ben-Shahar explains that in some instances of real privacy vulnerability, competition and market forces do more to provide privacy protections than established legal solutions.
Stanford economist Matthew Gentzkow examines the partisan divide in U.S. politics through the language differences used by the left and right.
Professors Daniel Solove and Woodrow Hartzog discuss how the Federal Trade Commission is likely to be affected by the Trump Administration.
danah boyd, Principal Researcher at Microsoft Research and founder of Data & Society Research Institute, shows how the hacking culture evolved from playful efforts to game the media ecosystem to complex and politicized projects of social engineering and activism.
Harvard business professor Shane Greenstein explains the economic factors that produce network congestion.
New York University economics professor Nicholas Economides explains why President-elect Trump’s appointments to the FCC’s transition team signals that net neutrality rules may be in danger.
In this op-ed piece for Ars Technica, privacy law experts Woodrow Hartzog and Danielle Citron show that the FTC’s handling of the Ashley Madison breach reflects a sustainable way to enforce privacy in the coming years.
Eric Goldman, Professor of Law at Santa Clara University, provides a look back at the events that had the greatest impact on Internet law.
Fordham University law professor Joel Reidenberg raises privacy concerns with NYC’s proposal to track the GPS coordinates of passengers’ trip location data for car service rides.
Santa Clara law professor Eric Goldman highlights Section 230 rulings from the past year that have done the most to undermine the immunity from liability for providers and users of many types of interactive websites.