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Urs Gasser discusses his new guide on “connected parenting” and an essay series on the role of law during a pandemic
Leonard Cortana writes about global development of Afro Diasporic film festivals for Jeune Afrique
Should tech companies follow human rights law to govern online speech?
Martha Minow, Urs Gasser, and Jonathan Zittrain participate in colloquium on governmental powers during a pandemic
Abbey Stemler and colleagues publish paper on disinformation and election insecurity
Allissa Richardson on mental health of Black journalists covering the anti-police brutality and Black Lives Matter protests
Danielle Citron joins Lawfare podcast to discuss manipulated video and audio content.
Urs Gasser discusses the BKC Policy Practice: Digital Pandemic Response
Ifeoma Ajunwa shares her thoughts on anti-racism training
Why local ordinances against police surveillance fail in some cities but not others
Zeynep Tufecki discusses college COVID-19 apps in an op-ed for The Atlantic.
Woodrow Hartzog and Neil Richards argue that Clearview AI is wrongfully trying to use the First Amendment to ensure a freedom to surveil at will.
Report from Quentin Palfrey and colleagues examines privacy risks of online education
Jasmine McNealy joins discussion hosted by Yale ISP
Emma Day and colleagues share challenges related to the protection of children’s data during the COVID-19 pandemic
Smartphone footage of police brutality highlights a dire need to tell more humane stories about Black victims, Allissa Richardson says
Sandra Wachter shares concerns about Amazon’s new device
Yochai Benkler discusses partisan media with the New York Times
Francine Berman shares her personal story in tech, and how the field can change
Gizmodo asks experts, including Jonathan Zittrain, for their answers