The recent district court decision in NetChoice v. Bonta (N.D. Cal., Sept. 18, 2023) holding that the California Age-Appropriate Design Code (CAADC) likely violates the First Amendment is a ridiculously expansive interpretation of the First Amendment, one that would annihilate most regulation if applied elsewhere. This decision is one of a new breed of opinions […]
If you couldn’t make it to my recent webinar where I discussed new state privacy laws with Libbie Canter, you can watch the replay here.
I had a great discussion with Filip Johnssén about various privacy law issues on his podcast, Dataministeriet. It begins in Swedish, then turns to English after a brief introduction.
If you couldn’t make it to my recent webinar to discuss Ifeoma Ajunwa’s book, The Quantified Worker: Law and Technology in the Modern Workplace, you can watch the replay here. I had a great discussion with Ifeoma Ajunwa, Pauline Kim, and Matthew Bodie on the use of AI in hiring decisions and for other employment […]
If you couldn’t make it to my recent webinar on AI policy and privacy, you can watch the replay here. I had a great discussion with Omer Tene and Brenda Leong.
I am excited to share my new paper draft with Hideyuki (“Yuki”) Matsumi, The Prediction Society: Algorithms and the Problems of Forecasting the Future. The paper is available for free on SSRN. Yuki is currently pursuing a PhD at Vrije Universiteit Brussel. Yuki began his career as a technologist, then turned to law, where he […]
I have posted the final published version of my new article, The Limitations of Privacy Rights, 98 Notre Dame Law Review 975 (2023), on SSRN where it can be downloaded for free. The article critiques the effectiveness of individual privacy rights generally, as well as specific privacy rights such as the rights to information, access, […]
If you couldn’t make it to my recent webinar on privacy developments in 2023, you can watch the replay here. I had a great discussion with Omer Tene, Kenesa Ahmad, Gabriela Zanfir-Fortuna, and Rob Corbet.
I posted a draft of my new article, Murky Consent: An Approach to the Fictions of Consent in Privacy Law. It is just a draft, and I welcome feedback. You can download it for free here: Here’s the abstract: Consent plays a profound role in nearly all privacy laws. As Professor Heidi Hurd aptly said, consent […]
It’s a new year in privacy, and as usual, there are many things to watch. Here are 5 burning questions: