Program on Data and Governance
The Age of the Cyberpro, prepared for the International Association of Privacy Professions (October, 2017)
Combining Accreditation and Education: An Interdisciplinary Public Health Law Course, 44 J. L. Med. & Ethics S18 (2016).
Tobacco-free pharmacy laws and trends in tobacco retailer density in California and Massachusetts. American Journal of Public Health (2016); 106: 679-685.
FDA’s misplaced priorities: premarket review under the Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act. Tobacco Control (2016); 25(3): 246-253.
For Whom the Data Tolls: A Reunified Theory of Fourth and Fifth Amendment Jurisprudence, 37 Cardozo Law Review 185 (2015).
A Prospect Theory of Privacy, 51 Idaho Law Review 623 (2015).
The Anonymous Internet, 72 Maryland Law Review 501 (2012).
Privacy, Public Goods, and the Tragedy of the Trust Commons: A Response to Professors Fairfield and Engel, 65 Duke Law Journal Online 67-93 (2016).
Big Data Sustainability: An Environmental Management Systems Analogy, 72 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. Online 406 (2016).
That’s Unfair! Or Is It? Big Data, Discrimination and the FTC’s Unfairness Authority, 103 Kentucky Law Journal (2015).
Siri-ously 2.0: What Artificial Intelligence Reveals about the First Amendment, Minn. L. Rev. (2017). Co-authored with Toni M. Massaro & Helen L. Norton
Privacy and the Right to Record, 96 B.U. L. Rev. (2017).
When the Default is No Penalty: Negotiating Privacy at the NTIA, 94 Den. L. Rev. 923 (2016).
Regulating Real-World Surveillance, 90 Wash. L. Rev. 1113 (2015).
Robots in the Home: What Will We Have Agreed To?, 51 Idaho L. Rev. 661 (2015).
The Conforming Effect: First Amendment Implications of Surveillance, Beyond Chilling Speech, 49 U. Rich. L. Rev. 465 (2015) Co-authored with Shane Witnov.
Classified Legislation: Tracking Congress’s Library of Secret Law, LAWFARE, May 19, 2016.
Coming to Terms with Secret Law, 7 HARV. NAT. SEC. J. 241 (2015)
The Deep Web and the Darknet: A Look Inside the Internet’s Massive Black Box (Stimson Center, 2015) (with Daniel Sui & James Caverlee).
“Delphic Article II,” – National Constitution Center Interactive Constitution.
“Article II, Section 2, Paragraphs 2-3 (with John McGinnis),” – National Constitution Center Interactive Constitution.
The Constitution as a Code of Honor, Washington Monthly, April 4, 2016.
What Do We Call Options Worse Than “Nuclear?,” Washington Monthly, Feb. 26, 2016.
The Mirage of Use Restrictions, 2017 North Carolina Law Review (Forthcoming)
Quantifying Criminal Procedure: How to Unlock the Potential of Big Data in the Criminal Justice System, 2016 Mich St. L. Rev. 947.