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The New York Times, The Editorial Board, What Happens When You Click ‘Agree’?, (Jan. 23, 2021); Opinion | With Online Terms of Service, What Happens When You Click 'Agree'? - The New York Times (

Taboo Trades, podcast interview with Kimberly D. Krawiec, Consentability with Nancy Kim, (Sept. 8, 2020);

Fox 43, Rachel Yonkunas, College Students asked to sign COVID-19 risk acknowledgement forms before returning to campus, (August 16, 2020);


Forbes, Naomi Cahn, Three Lessons on Work, Disability, and COVID-19, (May 7, 2020);

The Cyberwire's Caveat law and policy podcast, interview with Dave Bittner, Can smart surveillance keep us safe?, (March 25, 2020);

Woodrow Hartzog and Evan Selinger, Why you can't really consent to Facebook's facial recognition, (Sept. 30, 2019);

Business Insider, Lisa Eadicicco, Facebook still has incredible control over your data, (July 26, 2019);


engadget, Edgar Alvarez, Facebook’s ‘privacy-focused’ plan is another diversion, (May 2, 2019);


PennRecord, Daniel Fisher, ‘This doesn’t help’:  Law profs say influential group’s take on Internet agreements is based on faulty analysis, (May 1, 2019);


Good Law/Bad Law podcast, Aaron Freiwald, Yes, no, maybe, (April 19, 2019);


engadget, Edgar Alvarez, Your data is valuable, but you’re never getting paid for it, (April 30, 2018);, Jennifer Taub, Why Trump Likely Won’t Collect the $20 Million He Claims Stormy Daniels Owes Him, (March 20, 2018);


Marketplace Tech/NPR, Molly Wood and Kristin Schwab, We Might Not See the Effects of the Equifax Breach for Years, (Sept. 20, 2017);


Wired, Emma Grey Ellis, Everyone Loses When Your Employer Owns Your Facebook Account, (April 5, 2017);


Select All/ New York Magazine, Sam Stecklow, How Do You Solve a Problem Like Pizzagate?, (December 12, 2016);


New York Law Journal, Mark Hamblett, 51 Law Professors Join Fight Against Arbitration in Uber Price-Fixing Case, (December 7, 2016);


Popular Mechanics, Alexander George, What Did I Just Agree To? (November 2016)


Quartz,  Christopher Groskopf, The digital age has destroyed the concept of ownership, and companies are taking advantage of it, (September 28, 2016);


NPR, Morning Edition, Chris Arnold, Wells Fargo Fires 5,000 Employees Over Fake Accounts;


The Los Angeles Times, David Lazarus, Europe and U.S. have different approaches to protecting privacy of personal data, (December 22, 2015);


Fast Company, Sarah Kessler, Why Online Harassment Is Still Ruining Lives – and How We Can Stop It (June 3, 2015);


The Los Angeles Times, David Lazarus, Another Spurious Bank Fee:  $12 for Depositing a Check That Bounces (May 5, 2015);


The Social Network Show, Why We Click “Agree” Without Reading the Online Agreement (interview) (December 15, 2014),


The Los Angeles Times, David Lazarus, Lured by Verizon into Giving Up Cellphone Privacy (October 23, 2014);


The New York Times,  Jeremy B. Merrill, One-Third of Top Websites Restrict Customers’ Right to Sue (October 23, 2014);


NBC San Diego, New Law Protects Online Reviewers (Sept. 11, 2014);


The Social Network Show, Are You an Online Guinea Pig? (interview) (August 22, 2014),


NPR affiliate WBUR’s Here & Now, What Are You Agreeing To In Online Contracts? (interview) (August 6, 2014);


WRCBtv,  Hidden Contracts:  Do You Know What You’re Signing? (July 29, 2014);


NBC San Diego, The Truth Behind Hidden Contracts (July 16, 2014);


KDWN radio live broadcast, The Social Network Show, Website “Terms and Conditions”:  What Are We Agreeing To? (interview) (May 4 2014);


The Social Network Show, Twitter Flaws and Website Laws (interview) (February 7, 2013);


U.S.A. Today College, Channing C. Holman, Online Impersonation Would Be Illegal Under Proposed Arizona Bill, (Jan. 10, 2013);


Andrew Sullivan, Unwrap the Internet! The Dish blog, (December 20, 2013);


KUSI evening news (San Diego local television station, Channel 9), discussing California privacy legislation (September 27, 2013), Emily Bazelon, How Should Facebook and MySpace Handle Cyberbullying? (March 25, 2010);


The Boston Globe,  Drake Bennett, Time for a Muzzle (February 15, 2009);

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