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This is the latest entry in my lengthy archive of writing, talks, and interviews about the EARN IT Act: Read more about Academics’ Letter to Congressional Leaders Highlights the EARN IT Act’s Fourth Amendment Problem
I was recently invited to a private workshop on children's online safety policy, where I gave a short presentation about the U.S. legal context. Here are my prepared remarks. Note that they largely avoid giving my personal perspective on hotly-debated areas, such as the interaction between Section 230 and app design features, or proposals for age-verification requirements. It is an overview, not an op-ed, presented to an audience that, while it contained some tech policy experts, had many people who are new to these issues. Read more about Prepared Remarks on U.S. Legal Considerations for Children's Online Safety Policy
I'm pleased to announce that my latest law journal article has just been published in the new issue of the Richmond Journal of Law and Technology: Shooting the Messenger: Remediation of Disclosed Vulnerabilities as CFAA “Loss." The article reviews post-Van Buren Computer Fraud and Abuse Act cases to determine whether lower courts have followed the Van Buren Court's dicta that "loss" under the CFAA shou Read more about New law journal article on the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act