Danielle Keats Citron

Author. Professor of Law. Privacy Expert.


Danielle Citron is currently blogging at Forbes, Concurring Opinions, and the Stanford Center on Internet and Society.

At Forbes: Unfairness of Risk Scores in Sentencing

By | July 27th, 2016|

Over at Forbes, I blogged about a recent Wisconsin Supreme Court decision upholding the use of automated risk scores in criminal sentencing. The post begins: In a ruling today, the [...]

The Origin Story of this Site: Talented Web Designer Steffie Schwartz

By | February 18th, 2015|

An extraordinary web designer and digital strategist is responsible for my website: Steffie Schwartz at BerrySeed. I found out about Steffie's work through my dear friend and colleague Daniel J. [...]

At Forbes: Trump as the Doxxer in Chief?

By | February 18th, 2015|

Last year, Maram Salaheldin and I blogged about how Trump doxxed Senator Lindsey Graham by revealing Graham's cell phone number during a press conference. Then, we wrote: In case you [...]

At Forbes: Parents, Teens, and Technology (coauthored with Julia Jean Citron)

By | February 18th, 2015|

Julia Jean Citron and I started a series about parents, teens, and technology over at Forbes last year. We will be continuing that discussion soon, at least before one of [...]

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