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The Kids Are Not Alright: Negative Consequences of Student Device and Account Surveillance

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Abstract: In recent years, student surveillance has rapidly grown. As schools have experimented with new technologies, transitioned to remote and hybrid instruction, and faced pressure to protect student safety, they…
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Preempting Private Prisons

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Abstract: In 2019 and 2021, respectively, California and Washington enacted laws banning the operation of private prisons within each state, including those operated by private companies in contracts with the…

Speaking Back to Sexual Privacy Invasions

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Abstract: Many big players in the internet ecosystem do not like hosting sexual expression. They often justify these bans as a protection of sexual privacy. For example, Meta states that…

From Precedent to Policy: The Effects of Dobbs on Detained Immigrant Youth

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Abstract: In June 2022, the United States Supreme Court released the historic decision Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, holding that the U.S. Constitution does not protect an individual’s right to an…
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Breaking Algorithmic Immunity: Why Section 230 Immunity May Not Extend to Recommendation Algorithms

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Abstract: In the mid-1990s, internet experiences were underwhelming by today’s standards, despite the breakthrough technologies at their core. When a person logged on to the internet, they were met with…

A Loophole in the Fourth Amendment: The Government’s Unregulated Purchase of Intimate Health Data

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Abstract: Companies use everyday applications and personal devices to collect deeply personal information about a user’s body and health. While this “intimate health data” includes seemingly innocuous information about fitness activities…
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