Publications

Law | Articles and Essays

The Broader Lessons of Privacy Law, Boston University Law Review (forthcoming)
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Valuing Social Data, Columbia Law Review (forthcoming) (with A. Parsons)
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The Great Regulatory Dodge, 37 Harvard Journal of Law and Technology (2024) (with H. Nissenbaum and K. Strandburg)
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Researcher Access to Social Media Data: Lessons from Clinical Trial Data Sharing, 39 Berkeley Technology Law Journal (2024) (with C. Morten and G. Nicholas)
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Informationalism Beyond Managerialism, 86 Law and Contemporary Problems (2023)
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A Relational Theory of Data Governance, 131 Yale Law Journal (2021)
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Data Market Discipline: From Financial Regulation to Data Governance, 8 Journal of International and Comparative Law (2021) (with S. Benthall)
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The Chilling Effects of Algorithmic Profiling: Mapping the Issues36 Computer Law and Security Review (2019) (with E. Fosch Villeronga, A. Tamò-Larrieux, & S. Velidi)
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Data Protection’s Composition Problem5 European Data Protection Law Review (2019) (with A. Fluitt, A. Cohen, M. Altman, K. Nissim, & A. Wood)
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Law | Chapters, Reviews, and Other Shorter Works

A Primer on Data Relations in the Political Economy, in Research Handbook on Law and Political Economy (Routledge) (ed. John Haskell) (forthcoming 2025)
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Daten als Eigentum? in Umkämpftes Eigentum. Aktuelle Debatten (Suhrkamp) (eds. Jacob Blumenfeld, Niklas Angebauer and Tilo Wesche) (forthcoming 2024)
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An Argument for Positive Political Theories of Data Governance, 6 Georgetown Law Technology Review (2022)
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The Technological Politics of Mechanism Design87 University of Chicago Law Review (Online Edition) (2019) (with Z. Hitzig and L. Hu)
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Technology & Society*

The Promise and Limits of Lawfulness: Inequality, Law, and the Techlash, Journal of Social Computing (2022)
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Design Choices: Mechanism Design and Platform Capitalism, Big Data & Society (2021) (with J. Goldenfein and L. McGuigan)
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Algorithmic Realism: Expanding the Boundaries of Algorithmic ThoughtACM Conference on Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency (ACM FAT*) (2020) (with B. Green)
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Law and Adversarial Machine LearningConference on Neural Information Processing Systems 2018, Workshop on Security in Machine Learning (NeurIPS) (2018) (with R. Shankar, D. O’Brien, and K. Albert).
– Accepted for oral presentation.
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*In computer science, conferences are the primary publishing venues. These papers undergo double-blind peer review and are published within conference proceedings as full papers equivalent to journal publications other fields.

Popular and Policy Writing

Toward a 21st Century National Data Infrastructure: Managing Privacy and Confidentiality Risks with Blended Data, National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine, 2024 (Expert Panelist Contributor).
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“Seven Reactions to Biden’s Executive Order on Artificial Intelligence,” LPE Blog, December 4, 2023.
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“Towards a Legal Understanding of Social Data,” LPE Blog, October 9, 2023.
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“Everyone should decide how their digital data are used—not just tech companies,” Nature, July 2021.
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“Data Relations,” Logic Magazine, Issue 13: Distribution, May 2021.
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“Ferment is Abroad: Techlash, Legal Institutions, and the Limits of Lawfulness,” LPE Blog, April 20, 2021.
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“Data Governance for a Society of Equals” LPE Blog, March 22, 2021.
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“Data as Property?” Phenomenal World, Jain Family Institute, October 16, 2020.
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“Privacy vs. Health is a False Trade off,” Jacobin, April 17, 2020.
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“The Promise and Pitfalls of the California Consumer Privacy Act,” Critical Reflections, Cornell Tech, April 11, 2020.
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Facebook’s Surveillance is Nothing Compared with Comcast, AT&T, and Verizon” The Guardian, April 6, 2018.
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