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Towards more interoperable ‘smart’ home devices

Towards more interoperable ‘smart’ home devices

June 16, 2021

Professor Jonathan Zittrain ’95 appeared as a witness for the Senate Subcommittee on Competition Policy, Antitrust, and Consumer Rights on June 15 to discuss the current state of home technologies and antitrust.

What Betsy built

June 14, 2021
What Betsy built

Betsy showed that advocacy can be married with academia and modeled how to unapologetically take a stand.

Paying tribute

June 14, 2021
Paying tribute

Enduring lessons from two legendary teachers

Oh, what a tangled web we weave

June 14, 2021
Oh, what  a tangled web we weave

Deception spreads faster than truth on social media. If a healthy democracy relies on an informed populace — or at least one not deliberately disinformed by malicious actors — then the prevalence of disinformation is an existential threat. What, if anything, can or should be done?

Vice Age

June 11, 2021
Vice Age

“There’s no question that policing was a major shadow in the lives of essentially anyone living a socially active life in gay or lesbian circles, particularly in gay circles,” says Lvovsky of the period her new book covers.

Scholarship@Law: Recent Scholarship by HLS Faculty

Scholarship@Law: Recent Scholarship by HLS Faculty

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Trading in Sacrifice

Kristen Stilt

Public Rights

Joseph William Singer

ESG Investing: Theory, Evidence, and Fiduciary Principles

Robert H. Sitkoff (with Max M. Schanzenbach)

The European Commission’s Sustainable Corporate Governance Report: A Critique

Mark J. Roe, Holger Spamann, Jesse M. Fried & Charles C.Y. Wang
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