The Cyberlaw Clinic assisted with research in the preparation of an amicus brief, filed in the case of Verizon v. FCC, before the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia. The brief responds to Verizon’s argument that the First Amendment denies Congress the power to protect end-users from Verizon’s censorship and content-based discrimination and encourages the court to affirm that information utilities are subject to laws designed to protect consumers and the public discourse needed for a free society.
Interesting discussion re: fairness, equity, and human rights in tech, at @Harvard_Law / @BKCHarvard, featuring @jessicafjeld, @vivekdotca, @InterwebzNani, and @Can_Yeginsu cyber.harvard.edu/events/2018… pic.twitter.com/ys0c8FytuD
Congrats to @qijie + the @Patentpandas team on yesterday’s launch of patentpandas.org! The Clinic is pleased to have offered support - thx to F18 student Carol Lin, who worked with @jessicafjeld to help bring this awesome project to fruition. (Pic credit: @andy_sellars) pic.twitter.com/Fcyjmb6FOr