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Shreya Tewari shares the problems with proposals that compromise user privacy in favor of other important goals.
David O'Brien explains how the two decades since the September 11 terrorist attacks have involved a broad expansion of government surveillance powers.
Kendra Albert and Christopher Bavitz share how the Cyberlaw Clinic prepares students to address the biggest issues in cyberspace.
John Bowers, Will Marks, and Jonathan Zittrain propose a path forward for how to improve content moderation
Joan Donovan explains the dangers of spreading falsehoods on social media and the challenges with stopping misinformation.
Colin Doyle explains how algorithms can expose flaws in criminal laws and the harms that they can produce.
Kasia Chmielinski explains how a popular algorithm used to predict race or ethnicity based on scant personal details ends up creating flawed data.
evelyn douek explores the impacts of the Facebook Oversight Board
Kishonna Gray shares her journey engaging digital studies and Black studies.
Baobao Zheng and colleagues explore how researchers view topics in artificial intelligence
Mason Kortz and Kendra Albert explain how to read a court docket in a free guide
Martha Minow explains why the government must save local news.
Asaf Lubin explains the problems with current efforts to prevent cybercrime.
Joan Donovan shares insights on the government's ability to control misinformation on social media.
Hilary Ross comments on how government may be able to help the state of local news.
Babatunde Okunoye explains the importance of digital security for ID systems.
Jonathan Zittrain and Deb Roy will teach a seminar on the design of digital media at Harvard Law School in Fall 2021.
Woodrow Hartzog has a conversation about the impact of President Biden's new executive order.
Nani Jansen Reventlow explains the dangers of automating government services
Nani Jansen Reventlow
Will Marks explains why NFTs are so appealing — and so confusing — to many internet users.