Could Facial Recognition Technology protect our public schools better?

Published on 2018-06-12

Could facial recognition technology prevent school shootings? With more high profile public school shootings the…

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U.S. Privacy Legislation: Now Is The Time

Published on 2018-05-23

21 May 2018 Daniel Weitzner delivered a keynote address at the 2nd Annual Privacy &…

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Recommendations For Fake News

Published on 2018-04-20

What should be done about “fake news”? Wajeeha Ahmad develops recommendations to better align incentives…

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Student Reflections (China 2017) – Matías Aránguiz V. (SJTU)

Published on 2018-03-27

By: Matías Aránguiz V. PhD student in Law, Shanghai Jiaotong University During the summer, a team…

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Student Reflections (China 2017) – Sunoo Park (MIT)

Published on 2018-03-27

On Perceptions of Sovereignty in Cyberspace By: Sunoo Park A few months ago, I went…

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Student Reflections (China 2017) – Carrie Zhu (SJTU)

Published on 2018-03-27

Student Reflections – The experience of the moot court By: Carrie Zhu I was thrilled…

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Student Reflections (China 2017) – Leilani Gilpin (MIT)

Published on 2018-03-27

Student Reflections: Leilani Gilpin (MIT) By: Leilani Gilpin I did’t know what to expect when…

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Student Reflections (China 2017) – Jonathan Frankle (MIT)

Published on 2018-03-27

Values inform policy. It’s a pattern of cause and effect so self-evident that it should…

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Student Reflections (China 2017) – Weijia He (Erica) (SJTU)

Published on 2018-03-27

Student Reflections: Weijia He (Erica) By: Weijia He (Erica) When I first signed up for…

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Student Reflections (China 2017) – Haining Xu (SJTU)

Published on 2018-03-27

Student Reflections: Haining Xu Boundary-Setting of Governmental Powers in China’s Cybersecurity Law: An Ongoing Process…

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