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How a Proposed Rule to Increase Access to FOIA Documents May Actually Undermine Transparency

Journalists already take advantage of the fact that FOIA requests themselves are public information.

Public Perception of the Judiciary Bolsters the First Amendment’s Right of Access

As public perception of the impartiality and integrity of the judiciary comes under increased partisan attack, it has become abundantly clear that public faith is integral to the judiciary’s very functioning.

Could Algorithmic Review Level the FOIA Playing Field?

Plaintiffs and defendants in Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuits do not necessarily litigate on an equal playing field.

The Internet of Vulnerable Things

What duty do technology companies owe their customers to provide secure devices and software?

Government Accountability in the Age of Automation

Our government is leaning on algorithms more and more to analyze, assess, and decide the fates of its citizens.

The Answers Are Right Here: Partisan Gerrymandering Oral Arguments

The United States Supreme Court recently heard oral arguments in two cases challenging the constitutionality of partisan gerrymanders in Maryland and North Carolina.