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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@yaleisp -
Jan 26
@RKSlaughterFTC @futureofprivacy @YJoLT @Lawprofaallen @YaleLJournal @knightfdn @AnupamChander Read "Algorithms and Economic Justice": https://t.co/3GUe0xMPCi Read "Dismantling the 'Black Opticon'": https://t.co/tyZWVuQO5J Read "Privacy and/or Trade": https://t.co/LnXKPT1kN3
The Information Society Project
@yaleisp -
Jan 26
@RKSlaughterFTC @futureofprivacy @YJoLT @Lawprofaallen @YaleLJournal @knightfdn Finally, congratulations are also due to our affiliated fellow @AnupamChander for winning the award for his piece "Privacy and/or Trade"!
The Information Society Project
@yaleisp -
Jan 26
@RKSlaughterFTC @futureofprivacy @YJoLT Congrats also to @Lawprofaallen for winning the @futureofprivacy award for "Dismantling the 'Black Opticon'"! We are privileged to have published the piece in our Digital Public Sphere series (with @yaleljournal, and with many thanks to @knightfdn for supporting the series)

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