Comments submitted to the Oasis Rights Language Technical Committee.
Students worked on the issue of location information privacy.
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.
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.
On behalf of the Museum of Art and Digital Entertainment (MADE), the Samuelson Clinic sought an exemption from liability under section 1201 of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act for circumventing technological protection measures for the purpose of preserving online video games.
ACCURATE submits comments drafted by the Clinic on the Voluntary Voting System Guidelines.
Samuelson Clinic submitted comments to the California Public Utilities Commission on Privacy and the “smart grid” on behalf of the Center for Democracy & Technology.
The Clinic worked with computer scientists Edward Felten and J. Alex Halderman seeking a DMCA exemption to permit circumvention of technological measures on CDs if the protection measures employed create or exploit security vulnerabilities that threaten users’ computers or the integrity of the network generally.
Memos filed with a working group of the California Public Utilities Commission on issues related to "smart grid" technology.
The Samuelson Clinic submitted comments on behalf of the Internet Archive in response to the Copyright Office’s Notice of Inquiry relating to Orphan Works.