MEDIA

Popular Writing

The NYPD’s Misguided War on Waze, Slate (2019)

Terrorist Speech and Global Platform GovernanceBalkinization (2018)

The police can search your email without telling you. That’s nuts, Vox (2017)

Will Trump Kill Executive War Powers? The Outline (2017)

New Disclosures Reflect NSLs’ Substantive First Amendment FlawsJust Security (2016)

Why does a FISA court decide if Twitter can talk about its dealings with FISA? The Guardian (2015) (with Bruce Brown)

How New York City Buses Are Becoming Vehicles for Hateful SpeechGawker (2015)

Texas Will Tread on Your Confederate License Plate, Gawker (2015)

In the Press

Lawsuit For Access To The Source Code Of DNA Software, KCBS Radio

Addressing the Threat of White Nationalism Online, WNYC’s The Takeaway

Tech Platforms Treat White Nationalism Different From Islamic Terrorism, Wired

Government Can Spy on Journalists in the U.S. Using Invasive Foreign Intelligence Process, The Intercept

New device detects texting while driving, but is it legal? Marketplace

Federal Judge Unseals New York Crime Lab’s Software for Analyzing DNA Evidence, ProPublica

10 overlooked press freedom groups that deserve support, Columbia Journalism Review

British spy agency scooped up U.S. and U.K. reporters’ e-mails, Washington Post

Privacy International Files Lawsuit To Compel Disclosure Of Secretive 1946 Surveillance Agreement, Privacy International

Media Sues to Get Letters From Top Officials in Support of Petraeus, The Intercept

Court may lift secrecy in federal cases in Western NC, Charlotte Observer