This webinar focused on themes from Danielle Citron’s new book, The Fight for Privacy: online harassment and hate, Section 230, and how privacy invasions disproportionately are targeted at women. We discussed the implications of Dobbs, where the U.S. Supreme Court struck down the right to abortion. As Elizabeth Joh points out in a recent article, the world post-Dobbs is very different from the world pre-Roe. We are living in a surveillance society, and the government has unprecedented powers to monitor people’s intimate lives. You can watch it here.
DANIELLE CITRON, THE FIGHT FOR PRIVACY
Danielle Keats Citron & Mary Anne Franks, The Internet as Speech Machine and Other Myths Confounding Section 230 Reform
MARY ANNE FRANKS, THE CULT OF THE CONSTITUTION
Elizabeth E. Joh, Dobbs Online: Digital Rights as Abortion Rights
Jolynn Dellinger & Stephanie Pell, The Impotence of the Fourth Amendment in a Post-Roe World
Allyson Haynes Stuart, Privacy in Discovery After Dobbs
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Professor Daniel J. Solove is a law professor at George Washington University Law School. Through his company, TeachPrivacy, he has created the largest library of computer-based privacy and data security training, with more than 150 courses. He is also the co-organizer of the Privacy + Security Forum events for privacy professionals.