Recent Faculty News
"Law clinic pushes for FISA Court transparency," coverage by the Yale Daily News, February 27, 2018, quoting Professor Laura Donohue.
"Information Injury Workshop Covers Non-Financial Harms Faced By Consumers," by the National Law Review, February 23, 2018, quoting Professor Paul Ohm.
"Regulatory Reform Panel Raises Important Discussion," coverage by February 14, 2018, Inside Arm, quoting Professor David C. Vladeck.
"3rd Circ. Won’t Put Media Ownership Deregulation On Hold," coverage by Law 360, February 8, 2018, mentioning Professor Angela Campbell, Lecturer Andrew Schwartzman, James Graves and Chris Laughlin, fellows, Institute for Public Representation.
"Amazon, Apple, Google and Facebook: the menacing march of the tech titans," coverage in The Australian, February 3, 2018, quoting Adjunct Professor Alvaro Bedoya, executive director, Center on Privacy & Technology.
Professor Paul Ohm testified in front of the House Committee on Education and the Workforce's Hearing on “Protecting Privacy, Promoting Policy: Evidence-Based Policymaking and the Future of Education," January 30, 2018. A copy of his statement is provided by the committee.
"Food & Beverage Litigation Update | January 2018 #3," coverage by JD Supra, January 29, 2018, quoting Professor Alvaro Bedoya.
"Why Is The Google Arts & Culture App Not Available In Texas? The Reason Is Legit," coverage in Elite Daily, January 26, 2018, featuring Adjunct Professor Alvaro Bedoya.
"Trump's nominee to lead surveillance oversight board likes surveillance too much for privacy activists," coverage in the Washington Examiner, January 24, 2018, featuring Adjunct Professor Alvaro Bedoya.
"Inside Amazon Go: The camera-filled convenience store that watches you back," coverage in the Chicago Tribune, January 23, 2018, featuring Adjunct Professor Alvaro Bedoya.
"Inside Amazon Go: 7 things to know about Amazon’s new cashier-less grocery store," coverage in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, January 23, 2018, featuring Adjunct Professor Alvaro Bedoya.
"Google's face match feature doesn't work in Illinois and Texas," coverage by CNN Tech, January 17, 2018, quoting Alvaro Bedoya, executive director, Center on Privacy and Technology.
"New England Law | Boston to Enhance Technology and Innovation Curriculum in 2018," coverage by Morningstar, January 17, 2018, mentioning Professor Laura Donohue.
"Why Google Won't Search for Art Look-Alike in Some States," coverage by Fox Business, January 17, 2018, quoting Alvaro Bedoya, executive director, Center on Privacy and Technology. For more on this story, see the ABA Journal.
"Surveillance Court Taps Georgetown Professor as Amicus," coverage by The National Law Journal, January 10, 2018, featuring Professor Laura Donohue.
National Law Review, December 20, 2017, covered a Federal Trade Commission Information Injury Workshop, featuring Professor Paul Ohm as a panelist.
"Facebook wants your face data — in the name of privacy, it says," coverage in The Washington Post, December 19, 2017, quoting Adjunct Professor Alvaro Bedoya, executive director, Center on Privacy and Technology.
"Trump’s Approval Rating Nose Dives As Bill For Sexual Assault Investigation Is Introduced," coverage by the Inquisitr, December 15, 2017, quoting Professors Naomi Mezey and Susan Low Bloch.
"Is collecting data on consumers unfair?" by CBS News MoneyWatch, December 14, 2017, quoting Professor Paul Ohm.
"Can Trump Obstruct Justice?" a broadcast report by WGN Radio, December 13, 2017, featuring Professor Susan Low Bloch.
"FTC seeks to hone data-protection enforcement efforts on eve of net-neutrality repeal," by Inside CyberSecurity, December 12, 2017. quoting Professor Paul Ohm
"Donald Trump sexual misconduct: Calls to resign get louder as women reassert harassment claims; will US president be impeached?" in the International business Times, December 12, 2017, quoting Professor Susan Low Bloch.
"NYC immigrants fear raids as city fails to destroy ID card records," by NBC News, December 12, 2017, quoting Professor Alvaro Beydoa, executive director of the Center on Privacy & Technology.
"Members of Congress, Policy Advocates Honored in Washington, D.C. by Pasadena-Based National Hispanic Media Coalition," by Pasadena Now, December 11, 2017, featuring Professor Angela Campbell.
"Analysis: FCC's net neutrality plan may have even bigger ramifications in light of obscure court case," coverage in the Chicago Tribune, December 7, 2017, featuring Professor David Vladeck.Browse more faculty in the news