Professor Ellen P. Goodman just published by Tech Policy Press

Tech Policy Press has published Professor Ellen P. Goodman’s piece, “Twitter’s Newsworthiness Standard – What is It?” Professor Goodman argues that Twitter’s newsworthiness standard, like the Right to be Forgotten, needs to be fleshed out through granular transparency reporting. “Twitter should make its news judgement public, especially given the inability of aggrieved individuals to depose … Continue reading Professor Ellen P. Goodman just published by Tech Policy Press

IP Law 101: 2/9/2022 at 12:15 pm

Learn about the fundamentals of IP law, including patents, copyright, and trademarks, from Professors Ellen P. Goodman, Sabrina Safrin, and Jacob Victor. Register on Zoom.

A conversation with alumna Michelle Ofner Rindone, Antitrust Division – U.S. DOJ 2/17/2022 at 12:15 pm

Professor Michael Carrier will host a discussion with Rutgers Law alumna, Michelle Ofner Rindone, Assistant Chief, International Section – Antitrust Division, U.S. Department of Justice. The focus of the conversation will be on Ms. Rindone’s career. Students will learn about the day-to day practice of a DOJ antitrust lawyer in D.C. and get advice on what … Continue reading A conversation with alumna Michelle Ofner Rindone, Antitrust Division – U.S. DOJ 2/17/2022 at 12:15 pm

Tech Conversations Series: Platform Immunity and Civil Rights 2/23/2022 at 12:15 pm

Professor Spencer Overton, President of the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies & Professor of Law at George Washington University, and Professor Ellen P. Goodman will talk about how Section 230 allows social media and other digital platforms to escape responsibility for civil rights violations they profit from. They will also address some reform … Continue reading Tech Conversations Series: Platform Immunity and Civil Rights 2/23/2022 at 12:15 pm

Tech Conversations Series: Public-Private Data Sharing 3/9/2022 at 12:15 pm

Stephen Larrick, Technology and Public Purpose Fellow at Harvard Kennedy School/Belfer Center, and Professor Ellen P. Goodman will discuss data sharing agreements that let public entities peer into Uber, AirBnB, and Lime data – how they’re structured, what the data is and could be used for, and why you should care.   Register via Zoom.

Lastowka Lecture featuring FTC Commissioner Rebecca Kelly Slaughter: 3/31/2022 at 4:00 pm

4:00pm – 5:30 pm Rutgers Law School in Camden, Faculty lounge FTC Commissioner Rebecca Kelly Slaughter will give the annual Lastowka Lecture.

Professor Ellen P. Goodman speaks at MindTheTech NY conference

Professor Ellen P. Goodman, co-director of RIIPL, spoke at the 2021 MindTheTech NY conference. Professor Goodman discussed tech regulation, including regulation of AI, cybersecurity, the potential impacts of FTC policy, and more. Visit the Calcalist website to watch a recording of Professor Goodman’s discussion.

Imagining a New Social Contract for Media: The Struggle for Positive Freedoms in Historical and International Perspective

Professor Ellen P. Goodman was a panelist for the Media, Inequality & Change Center’s discussion, “Imagining a New Social Contract for Media” on 11/22/2021. The panel also featured Professor Damian Tambini, Professor Andrew Kenyon, and Sanjay Jolly and was moderated by Professor Victor Pickard. To view a recording of the event, please see below. “Expanding … Continue reading Imagining a New Social Contract for Media: The Struggle for Positive Freedoms in Historical and International Perspective

Professor Ellen Goodman’s Work Profiled by GMF Digital

Ellen P. Goodman, non-resident senior fellow at the Digital Innovation and Democracy Initiative, has just published with Sanjay Jolly a paper on renewing the traditional American commitment to “full stack” public media to address our information disorder. She has also just published the second in a series on how the FTC should respond to President Biden’s executive order on … Continue reading Professor Ellen Goodman’s Work Profiled by GMF Digital

Professor Goodman Publishes New Policy Paper on Digital User Interfaces and Democracy

 



Professor Ellen P. Goodman just published by Tech Policy Press

Tech Policy Press has published Professor Ellen P. Goodman’s piece, “Twitter’s Newsworthiness Standard – What is It?” Professor Goodman argues that Twitter’s newsworthiness standard, like the Right to be Forgotten, needs to be fleshed out through granular transparency reporting. “Twitter should make its news judgement public, especially given the inability of aggrieved individuals to depose … Continue reading Professor Ellen P. Goodman just published by Tech Policy Press

IP Law 101: 2/9/2022 at 12:15 pm

Learn about the fundamentals of IP law, including patents, copyright, and trademarks, from Professors Ellen P. Goodman, Sabrina Safrin, and Jacob Victor. Register on Zoom.

A conversation with alumna Michelle Ofner Rindone, Antitrust Division – U.S. DOJ 2/17/2022 at 12:15 pm

Professor Michael Carrier will host a discussion with Rutgers Law alumna, Michelle Ofner Rindone, Assistant Chief, International Section – Antitrust Division, U.S. Department of Justice. The focus of the conversation will be on Ms. Rindone’s career. Students will learn about the day-to day practice of a DOJ antitrust lawyer in D.C. and get advice on what … Continue reading A conversation with alumna Michelle Ofner Rindone, Antitrust Division – U.S. DOJ 2/17/2022 at 12:15 pm

Tech Conversations Series: Platform Immunity and Civil Rights 2/23/2022 at 12:15 pm

Professor Spencer Overton, President of the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies & Professor of Law at George Washington University, and Professor Ellen P. Goodman will talk about how Section 230 allows social media and other digital platforms to escape responsibility for civil rights violations they profit from. They will also address some reform … Continue reading Tech Conversations Series: Platform Immunity and Civil Rights 2/23/2022 at 12:15 pm

Tech Conversations Series: Public-Private Data Sharing 3/9/2022 at 12:15 pm

Stephen Larrick, Technology and Public Purpose Fellow at Harvard Kennedy School/Belfer Center, and Professor Ellen P. Goodman will discuss data sharing agreements that let public entities peer into Uber, AirBnB, and Lime data – how they’re structured, what the data is and could be used for, and why you should care.   Register via Zoom.