Lastowka short form competition co-recipients

Instagram and Extortion: Is There Any Hope for Celebrities Against Paparazzi? By Anwar Abdur-Rahman What does Gigi Hadid, Odell Beckham Jr., Kim Kardashian, Ariana Grande, and Nicki Minaj all have in common? They (among many others) all have been at the receiving end of copyright infringement lawsuits stemming from photos they’ve posted on their personal … Continue reading Lastowka short form competition co-recipients

RIIPL Partnership on Public Algorithms – Already Making Change

By Professor Ellen P. Goodman When the New York Times ran a huge story on Clearview AI (1/18/20) and how local police departments were using scraped social media data to conduct facial recognition, it was blockbuster news.  That story drew on Muckrock’s database of records collected through FOIA requests of state and local governments related … Continue reading RIIPL Partnership on Public Algorithms – Already Making Change

New Approaches to Digital Platform Governance: Regulatory Analogies (by Ellen P. Goodman)

  By Professor Ellen P. Goodman The cockfight between Facebook and Twitter over how to handle political advertising on digital platforms — and the all-too serious consequences — is only the most recent manifestation of western democracies’ failure to regulate digital platforms. There are a number of regulatory proposals and new laws, especially in Europe, to create oversight for … Continue reading New Approaches to Digital Platform Governance: Regulatory Analogies (by Ellen P. Goodman)