Visiting Scholar Professor Rashida Richardson Publishes Slate Article on Predatory Higher Education Data Practices

New Article: Visiting Scholar Professor Rashida Richardson discusses predatory higher education data practices.

Professor Ellen P. Goodman Publishes Washington Post Article On America’s Information Disorder

New Article with Karen Kornbluh, Executive Director of German Marshall Fund’s Digital Innovation & Democracy Initiative outlines three steps to help treat the America’s information disorder.

Professor Ellen P. Goodman Comments on “Digital Layer” Concept in Smart Cities

Professor Ellen P. Goodman provides comments on the “digital layer” concept of smart cities in Smart cities will be cleaner, accessible, even more democratic, proponents say. This essay is the first article in the 2019-2020 Atkinson Fellowship in Public Policy series on the politics and governance of smart city technology. The series, by Toronto journalist … Continue reading Professor Ellen P. Goodman Comments on “Digital Layer” Concept in Smart Cities

Professor Ellen P. Goodman publishes on San Diego Smart Streetlights & Surveillance

San Diego, Street Smarts and Surveillance

Drone Surveillance in the U.S.: A Privacy or Property Rights Issue?

Ashley Dabb J.D. Candidate, Rutgers Law School The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) defines drones as unmanned aircraft systems (UAS). There are many different categories of drones including military, recreational, commercial, and surveillance drones used by local law enforcement. The FAA has defined these categories, offering guidance and rules for each. In 2013, drone integration into … Continue reading Drone Surveillance in the U.S.: A Privacy or Property Rights Issue?

#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: 11/11 @ noon

Falaah Arif Khan and Julia Stoyanovich discuss their comic treatment of AI bias, normativity, and exclusion, as well as possible solutions with Professor Ellen P. Goodman. “Mirror Mirror”. Data, Responsibly Comics, Volume 1 (2020)     

Professor Ellen P. Goodman Publishes Slate Article on Election Misinformation

New Article with Karen Kornbluh, Executive Director of German Marshall Fund’s Digital Innovation & Democracy Initiative assesses how the largest social media platforms performed in limiting the spread of election misinformation.   

NYT Magazine Cover Piece on Free Speech, Featuring RIIPL

Professor Ellen P. Goodman quoted, and policy proposals cited, in Emily Bazelon’s New York Times Magazine piece on free speech and disinformation. 

Professor Goodman Comments on New Bill to Reduce Algorithmic Promotion of Extremism

Professor Ellen P. Goodman is quoted in the press release for this bill: “If there is to be Section 230 reform, it has to be done by Congress. Representatives Malinowski and Eshoo’s bill is a measured, incremental step insofar as it would hold the largest platforms responsible when they choose to algorithmically promote violations of … Continue reading Professor Goodman Comments on New Bill to Reduce Algorithmic Promotion of Extremism



Visiting Scholar Professor Rashida Richardson Publishes Slate Article on Predatory Higher Education Data Practices

New Article: Visiting Scholar Professor Rashida Richardson discusses predatory higher education data practices.

Professor Ellen P. Goodman Publishes Washington Post Article On America’s Information Disorder

New Article with Karen Kornbluh, Executive Director of German Marshall Fund’s Digital Innovation & Democracy Initiative outlines three steps to help treat the America’s information disorder.

Professor Ellen P. Goodman Comments on “Digital Layer” Concept in Smart Cities

Professor Ellen P. Goodman provides comments on the “digital layer” concept of smart cities in Smart cities will be cleaner, accessible, even more democratic, proponents say. This essay is the first article in the 2019-2020 Atkinson Fellowship in Public Policy series on the politics and governance of smart city technology. The series, by Toronto journalist … Continue reading Professor Ellen P. Goodman Comments on “Digital Layer” Concept in Smart Cities

Professor Ellen P. Goodman publishes on San Diego Smart Streetlights & Surveillance

San Diego, Street Smarts and Surveillance

Drone Surveillance in the U.S.: A Privacy or Property Rights Issue?

Ashley Dabb J.D. Candidate, Rutgers Law School The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) defines drones as unmanned aircraft systems (UAS). There are many different categories of drones including military, recreational, commercial, and surveillance drones used by local law enforcement. The FAA has defined these categories, offering guidance and rules for each. In 2013, drone integration into … Continue reading Drone Surveillance in the U.S.: A Privacy or Property Rights Issue?