Technology

Can Privacy Regulations Outsmart Smart Toys?

Can Privacy Regulations Outsmart Smart Toys?

Scholars examine privacy regulations concerning smart toys for children.

Dark Patterns Cannot Stay in the Dark

Dark Patterns Cannot Stay in the Dark

In this Saturday Seminar, we collect scholarship on manipulative online practices that deceive consumers.

Innovation, Safety, and Self-Driving

Innovation, Safety, and Self-Driving

Experts discuss the future of autonomous vehicle regulation.

Contracts and Privacy Policies in the Age of Smart Readers

Contracts and Privacy Policies in the Age of Smart Readers

New technology can enhance consumer comprehension of complex contract terms.

Digital Versus Human Algorithms

Digital Versus Human Algorithms

In deciding to use artificial intelligence, the key question for administrators is a comparative one.

Fixing Cash Aid Is More Than Child’s Play

Fixing Cash Aid Is More Than Child’s Play

Streamlining administration of cash aid requires substantial legal and regulatory reform.

Promoting Competition in Digital Markets

Promoting Competition in Digital Markets

In this week’s Saturday Seminar, we collect scholarship on the EU’s Digital Markets Act.

Data Privacy Through the Lens of Big Tech

Data Privacy Through the Lens of Big Tech

Scholars discuss regulating digital platforms through the lens of data privacy.

Alternatives to Data Sharing

Alternatives to Data Sharing

Data sharing is not always required when firms use information to their advantage.

With Great Power Comes Great Loyalty

With Great Power Comes Great Loyalty

Expert proposes a new framework of data loyalty to reenergize data privacy regulation.

How Enrollment Algorithms Worsen the Student Debt Crisis

How Enrollment Algorithms Worsen the Student Debt Crisis

Scholar advocates regulating the use of enrollment management algorithms in higher education.

Algorithmic Safeguards For the People and By the People

Algorithmic Safeguards For the People and By the People

The White House seeks public input on a “bill of rights for an automated society.”