Report discussing video surveillance systems installed by state and local governments.
Samuelson Clinic Director testified before Department of Homeland Security on expectations of privacy in public spaces.
The Samuelson Clinic and Annenberg School of Communication presented a report to the FTC about the deceptive use of privacy policies by websites.
The Clinic released an analysis of important legal issues that election officials face as they administer an election system in which electronic voting systems play an increasingly significant role.
Research conducted by Samuelson Clinic fellows and students played an important role in a groundbreaking audit just conducted in Cuyahoga County, Ohio, one of the country’s most troubled election jurisdictions.
The Samuelson Clinic co-authored, with the Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of Law, the first comprehensive review of state laws and academic research on audits designed to check the integrity of electronic voting systems.
The Clinic submitted comments to U.S. Department of State on electronic passports on behalf of eight leading computer scientists and engineers, and conducted other related research.
Samuelson Clinic filed amicus brief in Hepting v. AT&T on behalf of People for the American Way Foundation.
The Clinic provided comments and testimony to the Federal Trade Commission related to credit grantors' use of social security numbers both as a record locator to identify individuals, and as a password to authenticate them.
Study recommending reforms for security breach notification laws.