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News
  • Algorithms are Making Many of Your Decisions – and You Might be OK With That

    2021

  • College of Law Launches Pro Bono Patent Program

    2017

  • UA Report Examines Fake News and How to Stop It

    2017

  • UA Experts Say Apple-FBI Case Portends Future

    2016

  • UA Law Students Help Protect Startups' Innovations

    2014

Publications (93)
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  • Authorbots

    2023

  • Tea and Donuts

    2022

  • Cybersecurity: An Interdisciplinary Problem

    2021

  • Is the Bipartisan Consensus on Section 230 a Mirage?

    2021

  • Retro Gaming 101: How to make your laptop a retro games dream system

    2021

  • What a full repeal of Section 230 would look like

    2021

  • Identifying and Countering Fake News

    2021

  • Big Tech's uneasy balance of capitalism, censorship

    2021

  • To Be Continued: Technology Policy in the First Hundred Days - A symposium

    2021

  • To Be Continued: Technology Policy in the First Hundred Days

    2021

  • Ecosystem of Mistrust

    2021

  • Cybersecurity for Idiots

    2021

  • What does the day after Section 230 reform look like?

    2021

  • Worse Than Human?

    2021

  • Section 230

    2021

  • 5 Ways Biden Might Differ From — Or Agree With — Trump On Technology

    2020

  • Section 230 - written in Japanese

    2020

  • Trump’s Section 230 reform is repudiation in disguise

    2020

  • Information Hacking

    2020

  • How Section 230 Reform Endangers Free Speech

    2020

  • States Most Vulnerable to Identity Theft Fraud

    2020

  • 7 ways a Biden administration could impact global technology

    2020

  • BAMBAUER, DEREK E. Paths or fences: patents, copyrights, and the Con-stitution, Iowa Law Review, vol. 104, no. 3 (Mar. 2019), pp. 1017-78.

    2019

  • The MacGuffin and the Net: Taking Internet Listeners Seriously

    2019

  • Paths or Fences: Patents, Copyrights, and the Constitution

    2018

  • From Platforms to Springboards

    2018

  • Information Libertarianism

    2017

  • Ecosystem of Distrust

    2017

  • Information Libertarianism, 105 Calif

    2017

  • Secrecy is Dead - Long Live Trade Secrets

    2016

  • Personal Jurisdiction and “the Interwebs.”

    2015

  • Panel III: Freedom of Speech in the 21st Century

    2015

  • Foxes and Hedgehogs in Transition

    2015

  • A Possible Solution for Privacy Preserving Cloud Data Storage

    2015

  • Record of abuse: lawlessness and impunity in border patrol’s interior enforcement operations

    2015

  • Sharing Shortcoming

    2015

  • Schrödinger’s Cybersecurity

    2015

  • Cyber-Exploitation and Distributed Enforcement

    2015

  • Secrecy is dead-long live trade secrets

    2015

  • Copyright= Speech

    2015

  • Against Jawboning

    2015

  • Schrodinger's Cybersecurity

    2014

  • UNIVERSITY of PENNSYLVANIA LAW REVIEW

    2014

  • Exposed, 98 Minn

    2014

  • Personal Jurisdiction and the Interwebs

    2014

  • The New American Way of Censorship

    2013

  • Ghost in the Network

    2013

  • Exposed

    2013

  • Privacy versus security

    2013

  • Censorship v3.1

    2013

  • Derek E, Cazpah.

    2013

  • Vanished

    2013

  • Middlemen

    2012

  • The Myth of Perfection

    2012

  • Orwell's Armchair

    2012

  • Orwell's Armchair, 79 U

    2012

  • Chutzpah

    2012

  • Conundrum

    2011

  • Consider the Censor

    2011

  • Charles F. Marshall & Eric M David 75

    2011

  • Conundrum, 96 Minn

    2011

  • Rules, Standards, and Geeks

    2010

  • The Hacker's aegis

    2010

  • Filtering in oz: Australia's foray into Internet censorship

    2009

  • Comparing Cybersieves

    2009

  • Guiding the censor’s scissors: A framework to assess Internet filtering

    2009

  • Cybersieves

    2009

  • Faulty math: The economics of legalizing the Grey Album

    2007

  • Cool Tools for Tyrants

    2006

  • Nonstroke Treatment—Reply

    2006

  • Shopping badly: cognitive biases, communications, and the fallacy of the marketplace of ideas

    2006

  • Reasons Why Few Patients With Acute Stroke Receive Tissue Plasminogen Activator

    2006

  • In reply [2]

    2006

  • Internet Filtering in Iran in 2004-2005: A Country Study

    2005

  • Solving the Inbox Paradox: An Information-based policy Approach to Unsolicited E-mail Advertising, 10 VA

    2005

  • A Comparative Analysis of Spam Laws: The Quest for Model Law

    2005

  • Why Intellectual Property Rights Matter to Less-Developed Countries

    2005

  • Content and control: Assessing the impact of policy choices on potential online business models in the music and film industries

    2005

  • Solving the inbox paradox: an information-based policy approach to unsolicited e-mail advertising

    2005

  • Internet Filtering in China 2004-2005

    2005

  • Internet Filtering in China in 2004-2005: A Country Study

    2005

  • A comparative analysis of spam laws: the quest for a Model Law

    2005

  • Internet Filtering in Singapore in 2004-2005: A Country Study

    2005

  • Why Intellectual Property Rights Matter to less-Developed Countries1, 2

    2004

  • A Guide to Transaction Logging in Domino R5

    2001

  • Upgrading from R4 to R5

    2000

  • Ackerloff, G, The Market for ‚Lemons ‘: Qualitative Uncertainty and the Market Mech‐anism, 84 The Quarterly Journal of Economics (1970) 488 Adler, A, Performance Anxiety …

    1998

  • Conflicted Identity and Oil-eating Bacteria, 1895-1996

    1996

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