Volume 16 – Issue 2 (Spring 2020) 


Privacy Exceptionalism Unless It’s Unexceptional: How the American Government Misuses the Spirit of Privacy in Two Different Ways to Justify Both Nondisclosure and Surveillance, Dr. Benjamin W. Cramer

The U.K. Online Harms White Paper and the Internet’s Cable-ized Future, Prof. Eric Goldman

Inheriting Digital Assets: Does The Revised Uniform Fiduciary Access To Digital Assets Act Fall Short?, Prof. Patricia Sheridan

Cyber Sovereignty at its Boldest: A Chinese Perspective, Anqi Wang

Symposium on Elections in the Era of Technological Threats and Opportunities 

Introduction by Prof. Edward B. Foley

Keynote Address

How to Ensure the Impending 2020 Election Disaster is Not a Catastrophe, Prof. Nathaniel Persily

Technology and the Communication Environment for Campaign-Related Discourse

Protecting Elections From Disinformation: A Multi-Faceted Public-Private Approach To Social Media And Democratic Speech, Dr. Yasmin Dawood

Internet Service Provider Liability For Disseminating False Information About Voting Requirements And Procedures, Prof. William Marshall

Strike & Share: Combating Foreign Influence Campaigns On Social Media, Commissioner Ellen Weintraub & Carlos A. Valdivia

Technology and the Architecture of the Electoral Process

On the Security of Ballot Marking DevicesProf. Daniel Wallach

Protecting the Perilous Path of Election Returns: From the Precinct to the News, Dr. Stephen Pettigrew & Prof. Charles Stewart III

Self-Regulation of Political Communication by Online Platforms

Democratic Tradeoffs: Platforms and Digital Political Advertising, Dr. Daniel Kreiss & Bridgett Barrett

Facilitating Accountability for Online Political Advertisements, Dr. Abby K. Wood