Category Archives: Media

Lockdown and Shutdown: New White Paper Exposes the Impacts of Recent Recent Network Disruptions in Myanmar and Bangladesh

The Cyberlaw Clinic and International Human Rights Clinic at Harvard Law School were proud to co-author a new white paper, Lockdown and Shutdown: Exposing the Impacts of Recent Network Disruptions in Myanmar and Bangladesh, in collaboration with Athan, the Kintha Peace and … Continue reading

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Access Denied: New White Paper on How US Copyright Policy Negatively Impacts Free Expression Worldwide

The Cyberlaw Clinic was proud to partner with Article 19 Mexico and Central America to author a new white paper, Access Denied: How Journalists and Civil Society Can Respond to Content Takedown Notices (DMCA-digital-english_FINAL) / Acceso Denegado: ¿Cómo pueden responder los y las periodistas … Continue reading

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Template License and Collaboration Agreements for AI Art

As the Cyberlaw Clinic has continued to deepen its practice in AI-generated art (and as AI art has increasingly cropped up in the news), it’s become clear that developers and artists are looking for guidance on how to handle rights … Continue reading

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How Podcast Platforms Respond to Hate Speech: Clinic Releases New Memo

Content regulation emerged as a controversial topic earlier this year after right-wing personality and frequent conspiracy theorist Alex Jones had his Infowars podcast removed from most platforms, including Apple, Spotify, Stitcher, and RadioPublic. Amid a social media firestorm, platforms rushed … Continue reading

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First Circuit Hears Oral Argument in Unusual Copyright Case

On April 6, 2017, Cyberlaw Clinic students attended oral argument in a First Circuit copyright appeal involving a curious set of facts and legal issues. The case pitted Richard Goren, a Massachusetts attorney, against Xcentric Ventures, LLC, the owner of … Continue reading

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PRX Wins Peabody, Webby Awards!

Our good friends at PRX have had quite a week!  On Monday, May 19th, at a ceremony in New York, PRX and collaborators at the Center for Investigative Reporting picked up a prestigious Peabody Award for their work on “Reveal,” … Continue reading

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