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Restoring Net Neutrality Protections: An Analysis of H.R. 1096 vs. H.R. 1644

Center for Internet & Society at Stanford Law School - April 08, 2019 4406

The following is the executive summary of an analysis I wrote looking at two bills in the House, both of which purport to restore the net neutrality protections in the 2015 Open Internet Order. Only one actually does so. The full six-page analysis can be downloaded

Comments on the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)

Center for Internet & Society at Stanford Law School - March 29, 2019 3862

Protecting Senators from Cyber Threats

Center for Internet & Society at Stanford Law School - March 29, 2019 3860

On Wednesday, Senators Wyden (D-OR) and Cotton (R-AR) introduced a bipartisan bill that, if passed, will enhance the Senate Sergeant at Arm's ability to defend Senators and their staff from cyber threats.

The EU's Terrorist Content Regulation: Expanding the Rule of Platform Terms of Service and Exporting Expression Restrictions from the EU's Most Conservative Member States

Center for Internet & Society at Stanford Law School - March 25, 2019 3647

Electronic Contracts and the Illusion of Consent

Center for Internet & Society at Stanford Law School - February 19, 2019 1741

New EU rules on video-sharing platforms: will they really work?

Center for Internet & Society at Stanford Law School - February 18, 2019 1687

The new EU Audiovisual Media Services Directive (AVMSD) has been officially adopted and published. it is now time for member States to start the process of incorporating its provisions into their respective legal and institutional frameworks.

You've Been Sued In The E.U. For Copying A "Short Extract"!

Center for Internet & Society at Stanford Law School - February 16, 2019 1612