The Information Society Project (ISP) is an intellectual center at Yale Law School. It supports a community of interdisciplinary scholars who explore issues at the intersection of law, technology, and society.

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Sep 24

RT @MFIAclinic: One week to #AAC2021! We're looking forward to @Laura_K_Donohue @heidikitrosser @nakashimae @steve_vladeck @AWeissmann_ & @JameelJaffer analyzing impediments to oversight of the national security apparatus and assessing prospects for reform!

cc @YaleLawSch @craignewmark https://t.co/4GDlkZ6ytZ https://t.co/M4jVJkra55

The Information Society Project
@yaleisp -
Sep 24

RT @GtownTechLaw: We're delighted to be co-hosting, with @YaleISP, this discussion on "AI Governance: AI Classification and AI Accidents," with two brilliant researchers: Catherine Aiken and @hlntnr from @CSETGeorgetown
Moderated by @AprilFDoss @GeorgetownLaw https://t.co/AnqquxE0q6

Publications

(August 2021 | Report)
A Taxonomy of Harms and a Path Forward for the Federal Trade Commission
Rebecca Kelly Slaughter
(May 2021 | Report)
Dan Geer

Initiatives