Works in Progress
Publication of any unsolicited manuscript in I/S/ depends on a favorable review by our demanding external board, and we are proud of everything that appears in our pages. Because of I/S‘s subject matter, many of our articles have potential to contribute to current law or policy debates even before we can move the manuscripts into print. At the authors’ request, we feature some of these manuscripts as “Works in Progress,” so that scholars and other interested readers can have immediate access to these forthcoming works, even as they proceed through final editing.
- Lorrie Faith Cranor, Candice Hoke, Pedro Giovanni Leo, and Alyssa Au; Are They Worth Reading? An In-Depth Analysis of Online Trackers’ Privacy Policies
- Rebecca Balebako, Cristian Bravo-Lillo, and Lorrie Faith Cranor; Is Notice Enough: Mitigating the Risks of Smartphone Data Sharing
- Joel R. Reidenberg, N. Cameron Russell, Alexander J. Callen, Sophia Qasir, Thomas B. Norton; Privacy Harms and the Effectiveness of the Notice and Choice Framework
- Mailyn Fidler; Regulating the Zero-Day Vulnerability Trade: A Preliminary Analysis