Data Collection by Design?

Data Collection by Design? Chante Westmoreland (JD Candidate ’18) and Patrick Johnson (JD Candidate ’19) interview Chris Hoofnagle … Continue Reading

From Jurisdictional Battles to Crypto Wars: Brazilian Courts v. WhatsApp

By: Jacqueline de Souza Abreu Jacqueline de Souza Abreu (@jacqueabreu) is Project Lead at InternetLab, a São Paulo-based law and … Continue Reading

Copyright in the Digital Age

Copyright in the Digital Age Chante Westmoreland (JD Candidate ’18) and Patrick Johnson (JD Candidate ’19) interview Fred … Continue Reading

An Unprincipled Future? The Conflict Between FIPPs and the Internet of Things

Contemporary consumer privacy law in the United States is largely based on the Fair Information Practice Principles (FIPPs). … Continue Reading

The “Nutrition Label” Approach to Privacy Policies

If privacy policies are meant to secure informed consent from consumers before their personal data is collected, several … Continue Reading

Copyright, Libraries, and the Textbook Arms Race

In the United States, the unreasonably high price of college textbooks does more than encourage a futile “arms … Continue Reading

Patent Privateering: VirnetX v. Apple

On February 3, 2016 a federal jury returned a verdict finding Apple guilty for willfully infringing four VirnetX … Continue Reading

Contractor or Employee? Uber Drivers and the Future of Ridesharing

Uber is facing a class-action lawsuit brought by drivers who claim that they have been misclassified as independent … Continue Reading

A Rallying Cry for Open Data and Open Source Technology in US Elections

Transparent. Accessible. User friendly. Many of the key principles that serve as the foundation for inclusive elections resonate … Continue Reading