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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Nov 11

TUES: Bindu DeKnock discusses U.S. v. Europe: The Copyright Tug of War https://t.co/2p2iaiEKRS

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Nov 9

RT @nikenberger: Apply to "(Im)Perfect Enforcement" @yaleisp Spring Conference on algorithmic decision-making processes and automated legal…

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Nov 8

Thinking about algorithmic enforcement? Automated decisionmaking? Then you should submit an abstract for @yaleisp's spring conference, "(Im)Perfect Enforcement! https://t.co/zC8qTJHPQz

Publications

(January 2018 | Amicus Brief)
Jonathan Manes, BJ Ard
(October 21, 2017 | Report)
Sandra Baron, Rebecca Crootof

Initiatives