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Twenty years after Reno v. ACLU, the long arc of internet history returns

Twenty years after Reno v. ACLU, the long arc of internet history returns
Written by Chester Green on 2017-07-01


Twenty years ago today, the U.S. Supreme Court unanimously decided Reno v. American Civil Liberties Union, which found the communications decency provisions of the Telecommunications Act of 1996 to be unconstitutional. Applying strict scrutiny under the First Amendment, the Supreme Court concluded that unlike broadcasting – where the FCC’s indecency regulation has been upheld due to the unique...(Read More)

Why are populists winning online? Social media reinforces their anti-establishment message

Why are populists winning online? Social media reinforces their anti-establishment message
Written by Chester Green on 2017-04-30


The Twitter habits of the president of the United States are well-documented and much-discussed. However, President Trump’s fondness for social media is not unique — it is a feature he shares with his European populist counterparts.Populists throughout the West were early adopters of social media and such platforms quickly became a favorite tool for political communication. Today, populists are...(Read More)

As criminals adapt to new technology, so must international law

As criminals adapt to new technology, so must international law
Written by Chester Green on 2017-04-21


Technology empowers governments and non-state actors alike to reach far beyond their own national borders. Combatting transnational issues such as cyberattacks, terrorism, and propaganda requires developing new rules to address the negative consequences of technology. On April 13, the Foreign Policy Program and The Hague Institute for Global Justice hosted a group of distinguished panelists at the...(Read More)

Immigration ban ignores public diplomacy’s legacy of inclusion and innovation

Immigration ban ignores public diplomacy’s legacy of inclusion and innovation
Written by Chester Green on 2017-03-10


Today, efforts from key actors in American history are undermined by recent changes in immigration policy. With women’s history month and black history month in mind, this post honors contributions made by both groups by reviewing the intersectional practice of public diplomacy, how it has transformed with the help of digital advances, and how the new administration can employ these tactics to...(Read More)

How the president’s Twitter account affects civil society

How the president’s Twitter account affects civil society
Written by Chester Green on 2017-02-19


The statement “Let’s Make America Great Again, Together” is prominent on the home page of WhiteHouse.gov. While the proverbial online language suggests collaboration, the nearest reference to community under the Trump administration directs visitors to a page focused on strengthening the nation’s law enforcement.Policy platforms do change with any presidential transition as the incoming administration...(Read More)

The road ahead for technology-related trade agreement terms

The road ahead for technology-related trade agreement terms
Written by Chester Green on 2017-02-02


President Trump’s recent presidential memorandum marking the exit of the United States from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) multilateral trade agreement augurs a brave new world on the international trade front. Trump’s publicly-stated desire to renegotiate the North American Fair Trade Agreement is another sign that his administration intends to shake up the status quo on trade in a dramatic...(Read More)

Online traffic data tool shows public benefit of internet of things

Online traffic data tool shows public benefit of internet of things
Written by Chester Green on 2017-01-20


Perhaps the greatest promise of the internet of things is the insights to be gained from a flood of data provided by ubiquitous, wirelessly connected sensors. On January 9, this promise came closer to reality when Uber announced the launch of a new website that will display traffic data in the cities where it operates. The new website, Uber Movement, will display traffic volumes in different city...(Read More)

Automation beyond the factory

Automation beyond the factory
Written by Chester Green on 2016-12-16


This month, Amazon made headlines with its announcement of the opening of a new convenience store in Seattle that would go without one staple: cashiers. Using a combination of “computer vision, deep learning algorithms, and sensor fusion” to track purchases, Amazon Go allows customers check in to the store using a smartphone app and walk out with what they need, much as one enters and exits a...(Read More)

2016 election results exposed a fractured media landscape

2016 election results exposed a fractured media landscape
Written by Chester Green on 2016-11-25


We went through this election season in our own bubbles – self-selected media networks reflective our political preference, social media sites with friends “like” us, and other various online sources of our choice – where we selectively chose facts, opinions, or conspiracy theories. We have become insulated in our selected networks of like-minded people with no links to “the other side.”...(Read More)





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