Laura Moy

Visiting Professor of Law

Laura Moy, Visiting Assisting Professor of Law, is acting director of the Communications and Technology at the clinic during spring and fall semesters in 2016. Professor Moy is...

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Laura Moy, Visiting Assisting Professor of Law, is acting director of the Communications and Technology at the clinic during spring and fall semesters in 2016. Professor Moy is returning to the clinic after having completed a teaching fellowship here from 2011–13. Prior to rejoining the clinic, Professor Moy worked as a Staff Attorney at Public Knowledge and as Senior Policy Counsel at New America's Open Technology Institute. She has written, spoken, and advocated before federal agencies and Congress on a broad range of technology policy issues, including consumer privacy, security research, device portability, copyright, and net neutrality. Professor Moy completed her JD at NYU School of Law and has an undergraduate degree from the University of Maryland. Professor Moy is also a Program Fellow at New America's Open Technology Institute.

 

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"StingRay: High-tech policing or privacy invasion?," coverage by WJLA (Wash., D.C.), April 18, 2017, quoting Visiting Professor Laura Moy.

"At least three states are trying to replace the online privacy rules nixed by Trump," coverage in Recode, April 6, 2017, featuring Visiting Professor Laura Moy.

Your Browser history is for sale, here's what you need to know, coverage in Fox 43, April 6, 2017, featuring Visiting Professor Laura Moy.

"In Trump’s America, Your Privacy Is for Sale," coverage in Democracy Now, March 30, 2017, featuring Visiting Professor Laura Moy.

"Vote correlation: Internet privacy resolution and telecom contributions," coverage by OpenSecrets.org, March 29, 2017, quoting Visiting Professor Laura Moy.

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"StingRay: High-tech policing or privacy invasion?," coverage by WJLA (Wash., D.C.), April 18, 2017, quoting Visiting Professor Laura Moy.

"At least three states are trying to replace the online privacy rules nixed by Trump," coverage in Recode, April 6, 2017, featuring Visiting Professor Laura Moy.

Your Browser history is for sale, here's what you need to know, coverage in Fox 43, April 6, 2017, featuring Visiting Professor Laura Moy.

"In Trump’s America, Your Privacy Is for Sale," coverage in Democracy Now, March 30, 2017, featuring Visiting Professor Laura Moy.

"Vote correlation: Internet privacy resolution and telecom contributions," coverage by OpenSecrets.org, March 29, 2017, quoting Visiting Professor Laura Moy.

"Civil Rights Groups Hope FCC Republicans Will Tackle Stingrays," coverage by Inside Sources, February 16, 2017, quoting Visiting Professor Laura Moy.

"Stingrays: A New Frontier in Police Surveillance - Panel 2," a panel discussion at the Cato Institute, February 15, 2017 featuring Visiting Professor Laura Moy. Coverage by Inside Sources.

"Children’s Advocates File FTC Complaint Against Google Over ‘Influencers’," coverage by Triple Pundit, October 27, 2016, quoting from Professor Larua Moy's October 21, 2016 statement.

"FCC's Broadband Privacy Rules Continue to Draw Reaction," coverage by Broadcasting & Cable, October 27, 2016, quoting Professor Laura Moy, director, Institute for Public Representation.

"Privacy groups target ads for kids disguised as YouTube content," coverage by Computer World, October 20, 2016, quoting Visiting Professor Laura Moy.

"Democratic Senators Question FCC About Interference Caused by Covert Cellphone Trackers," coverage in The Intercept, October 6, 2016, featuring Visiting Professor Laura Moy.

"Circumventing Cell Towers and Constitutions," coverage in Freedom Works, September 13, 2016, quoting Visiting  Professor Laura Moy.

"These Activists Are Hoping FCC Regulations Can Stop Unjust Police Spying," coverage by Alternet, August 21, 2016, quoting Visiting Professor Laura Moy.

"Groups file FCC complaint over BPD's use of cellphone tracking devices," coverage by WBAL TV 11, August 18, 2016, quoting Visiting Professor Laura Moy. For more on this story, see the Atlanta Black Star.

"FCC Complaint: Baltimore Police Phone Trackers Disrupt Calls," an interview with Visiting Professor Laura Moy, acting director, Institute for Public Representation, on CBS Baltimore, August 17, 2016. She is also quoted in this WBAL TV 1, August 18, 2016, piece.

Civil liberties groups ask FCC to probe Baltimore police use of cellphone tracking devices,” coverage in The Washington Post, August 16, 2016, quoting Visiting Professor Laura Moy, acting director, Institute for Public Representation. More coverage in Engadget, August 17, 2016.

"FCC complaint: Baltimore Police breaking law with use of stingray phone trackers," coverage in The Baltimore Sun, August 16, 2016, quoting Visiting Professor Laura Moy.

"The FCC wants to protect your data from your own Internet provider," coverage by Washington Post, March 10, 2016, quoting Visiting Professor of Law Laura Moy.

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