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Washington Journal of Law, Technology & ArtsData & Society Data & Human Rights Research Lead Mark Latonero and Zachary Gold look at the history of web crawlers usage and legal issues surrounding that usage. "This paper discusses the history of web crawlers in co... Read on Washington Journal of Law, Technology & ArtsJune 2018
Harvard Business ReviewD&S researcher Mark Latonero provides an overview of the role of large tech companies in refugee crises. While the 40-page brief is filled with arguments in support of immigration, it hardly speaks about refugees, except t... Read on Harvard Business ReviewMay 2017
SlateD&S lawyer-in-residence Rebecca Wexler analyzes the unreliability of video authenticating in Slate. When forensic scientists refuse to reveal details about how their experimental methods work, they erode trust in the ideal... Read on SlateFebruary 2017
The GuardianD&S affiliate Keith Hiatt, Michael Kleinman, and D&S researcher Mark Latonero think critically about the usage of technology as a all-encompassing solution in human rights spaces. It’s important to acknowledge that, mo... Read on The GuardianFebruary 2017
Foreign AffairsD&S fellow Mark Latonero considers recent attempts by policymakers, big tech companies, and advocates to address the deepening refugee and migrant crisis and, in particular, the educational needs of displaced children throu... Read on Foreign AffairsMay 2016