Friday Tech Policy News (2-18-2021)

A round-up of tech policy news I’ve been following throughout the week Section 230 Democrats split over plan to require greater censorship of ads in Section 230 overhaul Senate Democrats are split on new legislation that could force tech companies to censor online ads in the hopes of curbing misinformation and fraudulent claims. The bill is […]

Friday Tech Policy Round-Up (1-22-2021)

A round-up of tech policy reads/podcasts I’ve been following throughout the week: Section 230 Jennifer Huddleston on tech’s response to the Capitol Riots Berin Szoka on why we need Section 230 more than ever Prof. Eric Goldman’s Comments on the Protecting Constitutional Rights from Online Platform Censorship Act Trump made a mess of tech policy. Here’s […]

The Internet is not the Greatest Invention in the World

If you’re at all familiar with Aaron Sorkin’s HBO show “Newsroom,” you’ve probably seen the famous monologue delivered by main character, Will McAvoy, a brilliant yet cold, brooding, ratings-obsessed nightly news anchor for the fictional Atlantic Cable News (ACN) Network. “It’s not the greatest country in the world,” McAvoy sharply retorts to a naive college […]

Summer Recap: #Tweagle #Tern

  I hope this post is helpful in a few ways: 1. in providing insight into what an in-house legal internship at a large tech company looks like; 2. in shedding some light on some alternative career paths that aren’t often higlighted in law school; and 3. in giving an update as to what I’m […]

Internet Law Paper 1: Why Internet Law?

  Surprise surprise, I’m taking Internet law this semester — the only reason I wanted to go to law school in the first place. In an effort to help students “fall back in love with writing” the course requires us to write several non-legal-memo style papers about topics in Internet law (go figure). Because I […]