Must-Read Privacy Paper
A paper co-authored by Professor Kenneth Bamberger, on the gap between behaviors of paid and “free” digital services (and consumers’ expectations of them), was named among the top privacy works of the year by the Future of Privacy Forum. The honor credits privacy scholarship that is relevant to federal policymakers and data protection authorities abroad.
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RT @CatherineNCrump: The Innocence Project filed a brief today in the case of Toforest Johnson, who is on death row and continues to mainta…
Read Berkeley Law Samuelson Clinic's amicus brief asking #SCOTUS to affirm a centuries-old principle that the law i… https://t.co/Oi5VakTtJc