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"Facebook wants to save your face. Should you say yes to facial recognition?," by USA Today, April 19, 2018, quoting Adjunct Professor Alvaro Bedoya, Executive Director at the Center on Privacy and Technology.

"Remember The Travel Ban? The Supreme Court Is 10 Days Out From Arguing Over What Kind Of Country We Are," by Above the Law, April 16, 2018, featuring Visiting Professor Joshua Geltzer, Executive Director,Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection.

"Video: Marcia Coyle Catches Up With Georgetown Law's Joshua Geltzer," an interview by the National Law Journal, April 15, 2018, featuring Visiting Professor Joshua Geltzer, Executive Director for the Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection. The article aslo references Professor Neal Katyal.

"Video: Marcia Coyle Catches Up With Georgetown Law's Joshua Geltzer," an interview by the National Law Journal, April 15, 2018, featuring Visiting Professor Joshua Geltzer, Executive Director for the Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection. The article aslo references Professor Neal Katyal.

"What Could Happen if Trump Fired Rosenstein," by the New York Times, April 14, 2018, quoting Professor Martin Lederman. Professor Lederman was also quoted by CNN Politics in "Rosenstein Consulted With Ethics Adviser at DOJ on Russia Probe."

"EXCLUSIVE: Rosenstein consulted with ethics adviser at DOJ on Russia probe," coverage by CNN, April 13, 2018, quoting Associate Professor Marty Lederman.

"What Could Happen if Trump Fired Rosenstein," coverage by The New York Times, April 12, 2018, quoting Associate Professor Martin Lederman.

"As Zuckerberg Smiles to Congress, Facebook Fights State Privacy Laws," coverage by Wired, April 12, 2018, quoting Adjunct Professor Alvaro Bedoya, Executive Director at the Center on Privacy and Technology.

"Alan Dershowitz and Steve Bannon Offer Trump Advice on Crippling Mueller," coverage by New York, April 12, 2018, quoting Professor Neal Katyal.

"Is Facebook Regulation 'Inevitable'? Not So Fast," coverage by U.S. News & World Report, April 11, 2018, quoting Adjunct Professor Alvaro Bedoya, Executive Director at the Center on Privacy and Technology.

"Why Silicon Valley Lobbyists Love Big, Broad Privacy Bills," an opinion piece by Adjunct Professor Alvaro Bedoya, Executive Director at the Center on Privacy and Technology, appearing in The New York Times, April 11, 2018.

"Biased Technology and Policing in the Age of Big Data," coverage by Citizen Truth, April 11, 2018, quoting Adjunct Professor Alvaro Bedoya, Executive Director at the Center on Privacy and Technology.

"Trump’s latest tirade suggests he is moving closer to firing Mueller," coverage by The Guardian, April 11, 2018, quoting Professor Neal Katyal.

"With Scant Precedent, White House Insists Trump Could Fire Mueller Himself," coverage by The New York Times, April 10, 2018, quoting Associate Professor Martin S. Lederman.

"As privacy takes center stage, proposal in Springfield would gut law protecting biometric data, opponents say," coverage by the Chicago Tribune, April 10, 2018, quoting Adjunct Professor Alvaro Bedoya, Executive Director at the Center on Privacy and Technology.

"Official Immunity Under the Rome Statute: The Path From Principle to Practice Is Seldom Straight," an opinion piece by Professor from Practice David P. Stewart, appearing in Just Security, April 10, 2018.

"Why Mark Zuckerberg's Senate hearing could mean little for Facebook's privacy reform," coverage by The Center for Public Integrity, April 10, 2018, quoting Adjunct Professor Alvaro Bedoya, Executive Director at the Center on Privacy and Technology. This story is also available on Salon.

"Trump administration wants to track, reroute or destroy drones if needed," coverage by Drone DJ, April 9, 2018, quoting Professor Laura K. Donohue.

"Neal Katyal Runs a Legal SWAT Team to Combat President Trump," coverage by Bloomberg Businessweek, April 9, 2018, featuring Professor Neal Katyal.

"Trump administration seeks authority to intercept drone communications to thwart domestic attacks," coverage by The Washington Post, April 7, 2018, quoting Professor Laura K. Donohue.

"Secret Handshake," coverage by Slate, April 6, 2018, quoting Professor David Luban.

"Your Privacy in This Digital World," coverage by Creators.com, March 31, 2018, featuring a Center on Privacy & Technology report and quoting Adjunct Professor Alvaro Bedoya, executive director.

"Cook County sues Facebook, Cambridge Analytica after alleged misuse of millions of Illinoisans' data," by the Chicago Tribune, March 27, 2018, quoting Adjunct Professor Alvaro Bedoya, Executive Director of the Center on Privacy & Technology. 

"Facebook, Cambridge Analytica sued after alleged misuse of millions of Illinoisans' data," by the Herald&Review (Decatur, Illinois), March 27, 2018, quoting Adjunct Professor Alvaro Bedoya, Executive Director of the Center on Privacy & Technology.

"Amid Guns Debate, Activists Teach Students the Art of Making Change," coverage by The Hoya, March 26, 2018, quoting David Cole, Professor in Law and Public Policy.  

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