Tech Conversations Series: 9/9/2021 at 12:30 pm

The state of digital platform regulation in the US and abroad. With Professor Ellen Goodman and Mark MacCarthy, Georgetown University,Communication, Culture & Technology Program; Institute for Technology Law and Policy at Georgetown Law; Brookings Institution, Center for Technology Innovation.

Lastowka Short-Form Writing Competition

The Rutgers Institute for Information Policy & Law is pleased to announce the Lastowka Short-Form Writing Competition. Open to Camden-based Rutgers students and recent graduates (class of 2020), the award will be given to an entry of 500-1,500 words on a topic of intellectual property or information policy more broadly.   Professor Greg Lastowka (1968-2015) will … Continue reading Lastowka Short-Form Writing Competition

#Tech2021: Ideas for Digital Democracy with Professor Ellen P. Goodman

GMF Digital’s #Tech2021 is a collection of turnkey policy proposals for the new administration to unlock innovation and opportunity while advancing equitable digital democracy. On November 19th, GMF Digital will mark the publication of #Tech2021 with a public symposium bringing together key contributors for conversations about reinventing digital governance, reinvesting in digital infrastructure, and renewing … Continue reading #Tech2021: Ideas for Digital Democracy with Professor Ellen P. Goodman

RIIPL Algorithmic Justice Webinar Series 2020-2021: Tech Surveillance and Immigration

RIIPL Algorithmic Justice Webinar Series 2020-2021 10.7.20 @ 12 – 12:45 Tech Surveillance and Immigration A conversation with Mizue Aizeki, Deputy Director, Immigrant Defense Project Mizue leads IDP’s local and state campaigns to end the police-to-deportation pipeline and also coordinates IDP’s project on surveillance, technology, and immigration policing, including community defense against ICE raids. Mizue … Continue reading RIIPL Algorithmic Justice Webinar Series 2020-2021: Tech Surveillance and Immigration