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Like Everyone Else, He Should Be Able to Talk to Whom He Wants, New York Times, November 21, 2016
Enforce Existing Laws to Combat Online Threats, New York Times, August 4, 2016
We Will Look Back at Cyber Harassment as a Disgrace—If We Act Now
The Guardian, April 15, 2016
Attorney Genearal Kamala Harris to Help Law Enforcement in Investigating Criminal Invasions of Sexual Privacy
International Association of Chiefs of Police Cyber Center, October 20, 2015
Online Engagement On Equal Terms
Boston University Law Review Annex, October 19, 2015
Leave the Cheaters in Peace: If You Poke Around the Ashley Madison Hack, You are Aiding and Abetting the Hackers
New York Daily News, August 24, 2015, (with Maram Salaheldin)
Parents, Teens, and Technology: Starting the Conversation
Forbes, August 19, 2015, (with Julia Jean Citron)
Some Good News for Data Breach Victims, For A Change
Forbes, July 21, 2015
Expand Harassment Laws to Protect Victims of Online Abuse
Al-Jazeera America, March 21, 2015
Regulating Revenge Porn Isn’t Censorship
Al-Jazeera America, February 11, 2015, (with Neil Richards)
The Decision That Could Finally Kill the Revenge Porn Business
The Atlantic, February 2, 2015 (with Woodrow Hartzog)
Companies Should Reject Online Threats
New York Times, Room for Debate, December 3, 2014
On Legal Scholarship
AALS.org, (with Robin West)
To Defeat Trolls, We Need To Do More than Just Jail Them
New Scientist, October 22, 2014
Cops Don’t Take Harassment of Women Seriously—Especially Online
Time, October 17, 2014
Open Letter to Jennifer Lawrence
Forbes, October 8, 2014
Just Because a Hate Crime Occurs on the Internet Does Not Mean It is not a Hate Crime
Time, October 7, 2014
Can and Should Perez Hilton Be Held Liable For Reposting Celebrities’ Private Photos Without Consent
Forbes, September 3, 2014 (with Neil Richards)
Free Speech Does Not Protect Cyber Harassment
New York Times, Room for Debate, August 19, 2014
Big Data Should Be Regulated By “Technological Due Process”
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The Facebook Justice System: The Social Network Needs to Change How It Deals with Online Abuse
Slate, August 6, 2014
The Rising Tide of Cyber Hate
On Faith (Sally Quinn, editor), July 16, 2014
It’s Simple: Punish Revenge Porn, or Let Men Punish Women They Don’t Like
The Guardian.com (UK), April 17, 2014, (with Mary Anne Franks)
Revenge Porn: A Pernicious Form of Cyber Gender Harassment
Baltimore Sun, December 15, 2013
How to Make Revenge Porn a Crime: Worried about Free Speech, Don’t Be
Slate, November 7, 2013
Revenge Porn Should Be A Crime
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