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Clinic Files Amicus Brief in Support of Gig Workers’ Rights

On Monday, April 11, 2022, the Cyberlaw Clinic filed an amicus brief in the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court in support of four former employees of GrubHub. Amici curiae Professors Jonathan Askin, Vivek Krishnamurthy, Christopher Morten, and Jason Schultz are scholars … Continue reading

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Clinic Supports S.T.O.P. in Cell Tower Dump Case

Yesterday, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court heard oral arguments in Commonwealth v. Perry, a case about the constitutionality of cell tower dumps. The Cyberlaw Clinic was honored to represent the Surveillance Technology Oversight Project as amici in this important case. … Continue reading

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New Clinic Guide: How to Read a Docket

Update 8/9/2021: We have set up a permanent page where you can always find the latest version of the How to Read a Docket guide.   As the Cyberlaw Clinic continues to expand our amicus brief and direct representation practices, … Continue reading

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Cyberlaw Clinic Works With TaSC to Submit UN Comment

On February 15, the Technology and Social Change Team at the Harvard Shorenstein Center (TaSC) submitted a comment drafted by the Cyberlaw Clinic to the UN Special Rapporteur on the promotion and protection of freedom of opinion and expression, Irene … Continue reading

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Ninth Circuit Rules in Favor of Transparency in FOIA Case

Last week, the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth CircuitĀ handed down a major victory for government transparency in Center for Investigative Reporting v. DOJ (pdf). An amicus brief authored by Cyberlaw Clinic students and staff on behalf of … Continue reading

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Cyberlaw Instructors File Comment in WIPO AI and IP Debate

Artificial intelligence is making real waves. With machine-learning programs teaching themselves to walk, beating humans at their own games, and even generating convincing Rembrandt lookalikes, law and policymakers are looking to the horizon to figure out what the present-day renaissance … Continue reading

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