For TechPolicy.Press along with Prem Trivedi, I wrote about the July White House Ai Commitments that the largest generative Ai companies pledged to, and specifically what can actually make them better!
For the OTI Blog, along with Prem Trivedi, I wrote about the Supreme Court’s ruling on two important cases related to Section 230, and on what lies ahead, as well as what OTI sees as important work in the future
As part of my work with the Hans Bredow Institute, I participated in early 2023 in a Research Clinic focused on Platform Councils. The output of the project, which included four Clinics around the world, is a significant report with numerous fantastic authors that have expertise in platform governance. My own work was published under…
For the R Street Institute, I wrote an analysis of how the European Union and the United Kingdom are using similar co-regulatory mechanisms in regulating tech companies, but are doing so in very different ways, which shows the general flexibility of these mechanisms.
For the Open Technology Institute Blog, I responded to some incendiary accusations by the digital ads lobby that those who seek comprehensive privacy legislation at the federal level are extremists. Not only is that not true, but Democrats, Republicans, civil society, and parts of industry are all calling for this legislation.
For TechDirt, I wrote about the lack of principled or even ideological opposition to the passage of comprehensive federal privacy legislation, and how it is well past time Congress brings up the American Data Privacy and Protection Act for a vote.
Alongside Bruna Santos, I wrote a post for Lawfare on the Digital Services Act and its unique and novel features, as well as whether the DSA can become a de facto standard for the future of platform governance.
For Tech Policy Press I wrote about the necessity of making sure that comprehensive federal privacy legislation passes Congress before the end of the year, during the so-called “lame duck” session. The bill, the American Data Privacy and Protection Act (ADPPA) would finally give everyone in the US the protections they need while using the…
For the San Francisco Examiner, I wrote an op-ed explaining that California may have been a leader in privacy but it’s now privacy’s biggest opponent, federally. The heads of CA’s data protection agency, elected state officials and the congressional delegation are waging a campaign against the bipartisan bicameral federal privacy bill (American Data Privacy and…
For Context, I wrote a commentary piece about the two (weird) Supreme Court cases that (in a roundabout way) deal with Section 230. Looking at how various potential outcomes of those cases impact intermediary liability and what all that may mean for us, the users.