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18 Aug 2011, 8:48 am by Danielle Citron
The Dreamboard indictments, arriving on the heels of the Act’s house committee approval, raise a number of questions, ones that implicate my advocacy of traceable anonymity (which took cues from Dan Solove’s Future of Reputation) and Paul Ohm‘s important criticism that trading traceability anonymity for section 230 immunity would be like throwing Napalm when a surgical strike would do, or something creative like that. [read post]
5 Aug 2011, 11:27 am by Ryan Calo
’” As Daniel Solove, Jeff Rosen, Paul Ohm, and others have explored, today’s privacy harms are more complicated. [read post]
1 Jul 2011, 12:21 pm by Ryan Calo
I would like to convince you of two things. [read post]
22 Jun 2011, 1:20 pm by Orin Kerr
The question of whether magistrates have the power to devise and impose ex ante restrictions is about the latter question, not the former one.Second, some of the briefing talks about my own scholarship in this area, and I wanted to make a brief comment about the ACLU’s reliance on Paul Ohm’s online response to my Virginia Law Review article on ex ante restrictions. [read post]
19 May 2011, 6:27 am by William McGeveran
I will save my co-blogger Derek Bambauer from tooting his own horn by tooting it for him: Paul Ohm has written a very lovely review on Jotwell of Derek’s forthcoming law review article, Condundrum. [read post]
19 May 2011, 4:30 am by Paul Ohm
Paul Ohm It is rare to find satisfying cybersecurity scholarship. [read post]
3 May 2011, 9:28 am by Adam Thierer
  Instead, every system designer makes innumerable tradeoffs and imposes countless constraints,” note James Grimmelmann and Paul Ohm. [read post]
26 Apr 2011, 5:00 am by Jerry Brito
Related Links Tragedy of the Data Commons, by Yakowitz Broken Promises of Privacy: Responding to the Surprising Failure of Anonymization, by Paul Ohm “Race and Romance: An Uneven Playing Field for Black Women,” Freakonomics “Facebook digs through user data and graphs U.S. happiness,” LA Times “Ok Trends: Dating Research from Ok Cupid” “Jane Yakowitz on How Privacy Regulation Threatens Research & Knowledge,” by Adam Thierer To… [read post]
25 Apr 2011, 7:37 pm by Frank Pasquale
" Paul Schwartz paved the way for much of this work.The "Privacy as a First Amendment Value" scholarship has so far focused on deterring undue state surveillance, and the casual observer of Sorrell might believe that the same concerns are not raised by IMS Health's data collection. [read post]
21 Apr 2011, 7:00 am by legalinformatics
Filed under: Conference Announcements Tagged: Artificial intelligence and law, Carl Malamud, Computational linguistics and law, Daniel Martin Katz, Emile de Maat, Law.gov, Legal data mining, Legal informatics conferences, Legal text mining, Michael Bommarito, Michael James Bommarito, Network analysis in legal informatics, Paul Ohm, Program on Law and Computation, Statistical methods in legal informatics, Workshop on Law and Computation [read post]
5 Apr 2011, 3:33 pm by Eric
Brooklyn VAP Jane Yakowitz takes on Paul Ohm's reidentification paper. [read post]
31 Mar 2011, 3:18 am by Katherine Gundersen
Speaking alongside the Information Commissioner are Paul Ohm from the University of Colorado, Mark Elliot from the University of Manchester as well as representatives from the Cabinet Office and the Office of National Statistics.The ICO will publish a report in the coming weeks that will summarise the seminar’s key discussion points as well as setting out next steps.Full press release here. [read post]
28 Mar 2011, 12:27 pm by Adam Thierer
Here’s an interesting SmartPlanet interview with Paul Ohm, associate professor of law at the University of Colorado Law School, in which he discusses his concerns about “reidentification” as it relates to privacy issues. [read post]
24 Mar 2011, 9:55 am
Assistant Professor Paul Ohm of the University of Colorado Law School says yes (PDF). [read post]
23 Mar 2011, 4:30 am
Technical and social data on how valid the underlying data profiles are which are used by ad networks to deliver targeted ads: are their predictions reasonable out of context (eg some in-game data collection seems to have reportedly tagged people as "risk taking" or "aggressive" ; are they verifiable and transparent ; can they be misused (eg used to target addicts or the young with inherently risky offerings); can they be de-anonymised.Since the latter seems increasingly likely… [read post]
22 Mar 2011, 7:30 am by Adam Thierer
Consequently, her paper includes a powerful critique of the “de-anonymization” and “easy re-identification” fears set forth by the likes of Paul Ohm, Arvind Narayanan, Vitaly Shmatikov, and other computer scientists and privacy theorists. [read post]
21 Mar 2011, 7:11 pm by Orin Kerr
(Orin Kerr) The Virginia Law Review in Brief has posted a response from Professor Paul Ohm to my recent article, Ex Ante Regulation of Computer Search and Seizure. [read post]
18 Feb 2011, 12:27 pm by Katherine Strandburg
 Different types of openness may well have different social consequences, potentially creating different winners and losers and different varieties of the “human flourishing” that Paul Ohm correctly emphasizes in his Symposium post. [read post]
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14 Feb 2011, 12:00 pm by Nicholas Moline
Martin, Cornell Law School; Paul Ohm, University of Colorado Law School; Pamela Samuelson, Berkeley Law, University of California; Tim Stanley, Justia; Tim Wu, Columbia Law School; Robert C. [read post]