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  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Competition Policy and Antitrust
  • Innovation and Economic Growth
  • Intellectual Property
  • Interoperability
  • Networks, the Internet, and Cloud Computing
  • Privacy and Security

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Evan Selinger Launces New Conversation Series

“In this new conversation series called “Open Dialog,” I explore issues of ethics and technology with academics, journalists, tech workers, and scientists. Topics will cover: media’s coverage of technology, designing social robots, Big Tech and ethics, and using AI in medicine.” - Evan Selinger, Rochester Institute of Technology

What Can Be Done When User’s Online Content Violates the Rules?

“Ideally, this paper would help regulators realize why they should not hard-code removal as the sole remedy for online problems; and perhaps the paper could spur fresh thinking about how lesser remedies might better balance competing interests.” - Santa Clara University law professor Eric Goldman

Who Benefits from AT&T’s Suspension of Its Sponsored Data Program?

“This is a win for an open and free internet, including for competing video services and internet users. People should be free to choose which videos they want to watch – whether that’s Netflix, Twitch or their local church’s Sunday service…”
- Stanford law professor and net neutrality expert, Barbara van Schewick

When and How Should Various Privacy Laws Be Enforced?

“A well-calibrated legal response to privacy cases would permit socially beneficial personal data practices while requiring robust protections for the handling of personal data. Its primary focus should be on the deterrence of violations with the goal of encouraging widespread compliance.” – Professors Danielle Citron and Daniel Solove

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Evan Selinger Discusses How Journalists and Academics Hold Tech Accountable

Posted on March 31, 2021
Evan Selinger, Rochester Institute of Technology philosophy professor, talks with journalist Clive Thompson about how the media covers responsible uses of technology.

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