You Should Do a Story
99% Invisible (July 2017)

Wikipedians: The Heroes the Internet Needs
Elite Daily, January 2017 (with Yilu Zhang)

Using Wikipedia in Court
This Week in Law, August 2016

Morley Safer, 60 Minutes (Apr. 5, 2015) (video available)

The Binge-Watch Before The Purge, Now That Aereo Is Likely Done
Elise Hu, NPR’s All Things Considered (June 26, 2014) (audio available)


What is AI Technology? Experts Don’t Always Agree
Jason Tashea, ABA Journal (Apr. 23, 2018)

Why AI Isn’t Going to Solve Facebook’s Fake News Problem
James Vincent, The Verge (Apr. 5, 2018)

Don’t Ask Wikipedia to Cure the Internet
Louise Matsakis, Wired (Mar. 16, 2018)

Data: The Fuel Powering Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
Pedro Pavón & Alexandra Goumas, ABA Business Law Today (Dec. 14, 2017)

Bias Mitigation Using the Copyright Doctrine of Fair Use
Fast Forward Labs Newsletter (Oct, 26, 2017)

As AI Enters Newsrooms, Journalists Have Urgent Responsibility
Nausicaa Renner, Columbia Journalism Review (June 16, 2017)

What Are The Ethics of Using AI for Journalism?
Joseph Lichterman, Nieman Lab (June 14, 2017)

What Are the Ethics of Using AI for Journalism?
Joseph Lichterman, Nieman Lab (June 14, 2017)

On Frank Ocean and "Fearless Girl," or Who Owns Art?
Harry Harris, Nylon (May 11, 2017)

The Current and Emerging Legal, Social, and Ethical Issues from Robotics and AI
Chelsea Colbert, UOttowa Centre for Law, Technology and Society (Apr. 11, 2017)

Bad Copyright Laws Are Creating Biased AI
Janus Kopstein, Vocativ (Apr. 5, 2017)

Richard Prince: Artist Sells Other People's Instagram Pics
Glenn Hadley, Inquisitr (May 23, 2015)

New York Legislators Seeking A 'Right To Repair' Law For Electronic Devices
Tim Cushing, TechDirt (Mar. 27, 2015)

Court Tells AZ Legislator To Fix His Unconstitutional Revenge Porn Bill; He Immediately Makes It Much Worse
Tim Cushing, TechDirt (Mar. 6, 2015)

A British troll was just jailed for his tweets. Here’s why that will (probably!) never happen in the U.S.
Caitlin Dewey, Washington Post (Oct. 1, 2014)

How Copyright Became the Best Defense Against Revenge Porn
Caitlin Dewey, Washington Post (Sept. 7, 2014)

Who Is Liable When Cloud Services Are Hacked?
Neal Ungerleider, FastCompany (Sept. 3, 2014)

Did Gawker Just Break Hawaiian State Law?
Sarah Jeong, Forbes (June 24, 2014)

DMCA abuse, YouTube, politics and blogs? Same old, same old
Ron Coleman, Likelihood of Confusion Blog (May 23, 2014)

Do You Have To Delete Nude Pics of Your Ex? German Court Says Yes
Jeff John Roberts, Gigaom (May 23, 2014)

Did the Media’s Attention to ‘CodeBabes’ Bring Awareness to the Tech Gender Gap?
Chandra Johnson, DeseretNews (May 15, 2014)

Arizona’s Revenge Porn Law Punishes First Amendment-Protected Activity With A Lifetime Appearance On Sex Offender Registries
Tim Cushing, TechDirt (May 5, 2014)

An Absurd New Site Teaching Young Men to Code Is All That’s Wrong With the Tech World for Women
Lauren Davidson, PolicyMic (Apr. 28, 2014)

Code Babes: Programming Site That ‘Leverages Sexual Desire’ Sparks Outrage Online
James Vincent, The Independent (Apr. 28, 2014)

Code Babes, The Worst Thing On The Internet This Week
PJ Vogt, On The Media, TLDR (Apr. 25, 2014)

Revenge Porn, Copyrights and Data Ownership: Where Does Our Data Begin and End?
Jedidiah Bracy, International Association of Privacy Professionals (Feb. 7, 2014)

Could Copyright Law Be The Best Solution To Revenge Porn?
PJ Vogt, On The Media (Dec. 12, 2013)