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Brenda Dvoskin is an SJD Candidate at Harvard Law School, a visiting fellow at Yale's Information Society Project, and an affiliate at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society. Her dissertation focuses on social media governance and online speech. Chapters of her dissertation appear or are forthcoming in the Villanova Law Review and the Harvard International Law Journal.

Prior to joining Harvard, Brenda was an advisor to the Solicitor General in Argentina. She has also worked with the Center for Technology and Democracy, the Global Freedom of Expression Initiative at Columbia University, and the Centro de Estudios en Tecnología y Sociedad.


BKC Medium Collection

International Human Rights Law Is Not Enough to Fix Content Moderation’s Legitimacy Crisis

Should tech companies follow human rights law to govern online speech?

Sep 16, 2020

Why International Human Rights Law Cannot Replace Content Moderation

CJEU’s Ruling in Glawischnig-Piesczek v. Facebook and the Conflicting Regulation of Prior Restraint in Regional Human Rights Systems

Oct 9, 2019