1.  Chapters in Books

Cybersecurity and Human Rights: Friends, Foes, or Frenemies?, in Freedom of Expression and New Information Technologies (Alice Breathe et al, eds.) (forthcoming 2021 with Hart Publishing) (50% contribution—with Amy Lehr and Devony Schmidt).

Artificial Intelligence and Canadian Human Rights Law, in Artificial Intelligence and the Law in Canada (Teresa Scassa & Florian Martin-Bariteau, eds.) (forthcoming 2021 with the University of Ottawa Press).

Artificial Intelligence and Human Rights: Probing the Relationship, in Leading Legal Disruption: Artificial Intelligence—A Toolkit for Lawyers and the Law (Pina D’Agostino et al., eds.) (forthcoming June 2020 with LexisNexis Canada).

Boundless Courts and a Borderless Internet, in Internet Monitor 2014: Reflections on the Digital World 130 (Urs Gasser et al., eds., 2014).

2.  Papers in Refereed Journals (or Equivalent)

A Tale of Two Privacy Laws, 114 Am. J. Int’l. L. Unbound 26 (2020).

Are Internet Protocols the New Human Rights Protocols? Understanding RFC 8280–Research into Human Rights Protocol Considerations, 4 Bus. H. R. J. 163 (2019).

The Myth of Platform Neutrality, 2 Geo. L. Tech. Rev. 400 (2018) (with Anupam Chander).

Note, Colonial Cousins: Explaining India and Canada’s Unwritten Constitutional Principles, 34 Yale J. Int’l L. 207 (2009).

Comment, Energy Security: Security for Whom? A Response to Matthew Smith and Naing Htoo, 11 Yale Hum. Rts. & Dev. L. J. 259 (2008).

Book Note, 31 Yale J. Int’l. L. 544 (2006) (reviewing Gary C. Hufbauer and Jeffrey J. Schott, NAFTA Revisited: Achievements and Challenges (2005)).

Recent Development, The Emperor’s New Quotas: European and American Safeguard Measures Against Chinese Textiles, 31 Yale J. Int’l. L. 271 (2006).

3.  Major Invited Contributions and Research Reports

Assessing the Assessments: Lessons from Early State Experiences in the Procurement and Implementation of Risk Assessment Tools, Berkman Klein Center Research Pub. No. 2018-08 (Dec. 7, 2018) (with Christopher Bavitz, Sam Bookman, Jonathan Eubank, and Kira Hessekiel).

Artificial Intelligence and Human Rights: Opportunities and Risks. Berkman Klein Center Research Pub. No. 2018-06 (Sep. 24, 2018) (with Filippo Raso, Hannah Hilligoss, Christopher T. Bavitz, and Levin Kim).

Here, There, or Everywhere? Assessing the Geographic Scope of Content Takedown Orders (Mar. 27, 2017) (with Alicia Solow-Niederman, Francisco Javier Careaga Franco, and Nani Jansen Reventlow).

Cloudy with a Conflict of Laws: How Cloud Computing Has Disrupted the Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty System and Why It Matters. Berkman Center Research Pub. No 2016-03 (Feb. 16, 2016).

Managing User Rights Responsibly: A Guide for Early-Stage Companies (Apr. 1, 2016) (with Dalia Topelson Ritvo aand Sarah Altschuller).

4.  Workshops Presented

Privacy Externalities, Internet Law Works-in-Progress 2020, New York Law School (Mar. 14, 2020—workshop postponed due to Covid-19).

5.  Projects in Progress

“Privacy Externalities”

“The Data Supply Chain”

“The Law of the Sea and the Law of the Internet”

“Technological Natural Monopolies” (with Dipayan Ghosh)

6.  Notable Facta and Briefs

Comments of Privacy Researchers on Proposals for Ensuring Appropriate Regulation of Artificial Intelligence, Comments Submitted to the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada on behalf of 25 privacy researchers (Mar. 13, 2020) (principal co-author with Margot Kaminski).

Brief Amicus Curiae of United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Right to Privacy Joseph Cannataci, U.S. v. Microsoft Corp., 584 U.S. ___ (U.S. Supreme Court, 2018) (No. 17-2) (with Mason Kortz).

Brief Amicus Curiae of Naomi Cahn, Janes D. Lamm, Michael Overing, and Suzanne Brown Walsh in Support of Plaintiffs-Appellants, Ajemian v. Yahoo!, Inc., 84 N.E. 2d 766 (Mass. Supreme Judicial Court, 2017) (with Mason Kortz).

Brief Amicus Curiae of the American Civil Liberties Union and the Electronic Frontier Foundation in Support of the Appellants, Commonwealth v. Estabrook, 472 Mass. 852 (Mass. Supreme Judicial Court, 2015) (with Andrew Sellars).

7.  Selected Popular Publications

Let’s Weaponize Social Media Against Covid-19, Slate (May 15, 2020), weaponize-social-media-coronavirus.html.

The Ethics of Surveillance Technology during a Global Pandemic, Carr Center Covid-19 Discussion Paper Series 2 (Apr. 2, 2020) (with Bruce Schneier and Mathias Risse). 200402c_covid_discussion_paper.pdf.

8.  Selected media appearances

Till Hoppe & Britta Weddeling, „Das ist Überwachung“ – Apple-Chef Tim Cook attackiert Google und Facebook, Handelsblatt, Oct. 24, 2018,

Niraj Chokshi, This Man Is Taking France to Court to Win Back, N.Y. Times, May 1, 2018,

Christina Pazzanese, On the Web, Privacy in Peril, Harv. Gazette, Mar. 21, 2018,

Cecilia Kang, A Tweet to Kurt Eichenwald, a Strobe and a Seizure. Now, an Arrest, N.Y. Times, Mar. 17, 2017,

Elaine McArdle, The New Age of Surveillance, Harv. L. Bull., Spring 2016,

Politics Overshadows U.S. Tech Firms’ Hopes for Entering Iran, NPR All Things Considered, July 29, 2015,

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