Some Recent Academic Papers and Reports of Interest

Encryption and Evolving Technology: Implications for U.S. Law Enforcement Investigations (pdf; 12 pages) – Kristin Finklea of the Congressional Research Service

“Don’t Panic – Making Progress on the ‘Going Dark’ Debate” – Berkman Center Report (overview here; the Report pdf here (37 pages, including notes and appendices))

T-Mobile’s Binge On Violates Key Net Neutrality Principles – Barbara van Schewick (Stanford Law School; Stanford CIS)

Consenting to Computer Use – James Grimmelmann (University of Maryland Law School)

Information Fiduciaries and the First Amendment – Jack Balkin (Yale Law School)

Who Should Define Injuries for Article III Standing? – Daniel Townsend

See also:

Daedalus’ Winter 2016 issue on “The Internet” – edited by Yochai Benkler and David Clark ($, also available for kindle at Amazon)