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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Jan 16

ISP Amicus Brief in Flo & Eddie v. Pandora Media https://t.co/G794jV0E0n w/ @bj_ard @jmmanes @jackbalkin @dbambauer @markbartholo @AnnemarieBridy @ShubhaGhosh @robheverly @marklemley Ira Steven Nathenson & Christina Spiesel

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Jan 15

THUR Ideas Lunch: Genevieve Scott @ReproRights on "Litigating in the Age of Trump: Challenging Emerging Restrictions on Reproductive Rights" https://t.co/U9rtgZeG5i

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Jan 12

Our Anat Lior on "The Technological "Gaydar" - The Problems with Facial Recognition AI" https://t.co/zxgZHsZfTR

Publications

(January 2018 | Amicus Brief)
Jonathan Manes, BJ Ard
(October 21, 2017 | Report)
Sandra Baron, Rebecca Crootof
(October 12, 2017 | Amicus Brief)
Abrams Institute for Freedom of Expression & First Amendment Scholars

Initiatives