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"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.

"Can a U.S. president face obstruction charges?," coverage in The Seattle Times, December 5, 2017, featuring Professor Susan Low Bloch.

"Trump could be forced to testify on sexual-harassment allegations — and if he lies he could be impeached," coverage in Business Insider, December 5, 2017, featuring Professor Susan Low Bloch.

"Under a new name, the US is pushing forward its plan to track social media activity of visa-holders," coverage by Scroll.in, November 30, 2017, quoting Alvaro Bedoya, Executive Director of the Center on Privacy & Technology.

"How to Tame Google, Facebook, Amazon and Apple," coverage by Bloomberg, November 29, 2017, quoting Professor Julie Cohen.

"The Trump Administration Wants to Track the Facebook Feeds of Foreign Visitors," coverage by Mother Jones, November 28, 2017, quoting Ajunct Professor Alvaro Bedoya, Executive Director of the Center on Privacy & Technology.

"The Future of Law Schools: Law Schools Shaking Up Curriculum to Focus on Technology, Panel Says," coverage by the Legal Executive Institute, November 27, 2017, featuring Professor Tanina Rostain.

"Extreme Digital Vetting of Visitors to the U.S. Moves Forward Under a New Name," coverage by ProPublica, November 22, 2017, quoting Adjunct Professor Alvaro Bedoya, executive director, Center on Privacy & Technology.

"El software “Extreme-Vetting” de Trump: Discriminando a los inmigrantes “bajo un barniz” informático," coverage by La Tribuna Hispana USA, November 21, 2017, featuring Adjunct Professor Alvaro Bedoya, executive director, Center on Privacy & Technology.

"Bicoastal DACA Fights Focus on Administration Records as SCOTUS Writ Looms," coverage in New York Law Journal, November 20, 2017, quoting Professor David Vladeck.

"Extreme vetting? DHS wants an app for that," coverage by InkstickMedia.com, November 20, 2017, quoting Adjunct Professor Alvaro Bedoya, executive director, Center on Privacy & Technology.

"The trouble is just starting for the ex-Twitter contractor who deleted President Donald Trump’s account," coverage in Gears of Biz, November 8, 2017, featuring Professor Paul Ohm.

"Deactivation of Trump's Twitter account raises new worries about security," coverage in The Houston Chronicle, November 3, 2017, featuring Professor Paul Ohm.

"This leaked FBI document has black protesters worried they’re under surveillance," coverage by Rare, November 2, 2017, quoting Adjunct Professor Alvaro Bedoya, executive director, Center on Privacy and Technology.

"House Democrats Take Demands for Trump Hotel Records to Court," coverage by The New York Times, November 2, 2017, quoting Professor David C. Vladeck.

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