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Julia Angwin and Jeff Larson, “ProPublica Responds to Company’s Critique of Machine Bias Story,” ProPublica, July 29, 2016

Leigh Cuen, “Feminist Jessica Valenti Quits Social Media After Rape Threat Against 5-Year-Old Daughter,” Mic, July 28, 2016.

Michelle Quinn, It’s Time for Twitter to Clean Itself Up,” The Mercury News (San Francisco), July 28, 2016.

Jessica Wong, “We Haven’t Quite Got the Formula Down to Fight Bad Behavior on Social Media,” CBC News, July 24, 2016,

Julia Carrie Wong, “Kim Kardashian v. Taylor Swift: Privacy on Snapchat and the Legal Gray Areas,” The Guardian, July 20, 2016

Katharine Viner, “How Technology Disrupted the Truth,” The Guardian, July 12, 2016,

Judy Maltz, “Inline Anti-Semitism: Difficult to Fight But Even Harder to Quantify”
Haaretz, June 7, 2016

Marissa Lange, “Outing: It’s Totally Still a Thing, People”
San Francisco Chronicle, June 2, 2016

Erik Wemple, “The Anti-Defamation League Mobilizes Against Anti-Semitism, Racism”
Washington Post, June 1, 2016

Anna North, “A New Way to Report College Sexual Assault”
New York Times, May 27, 2016

Kaveh Wadell, “How Should Sextortion Be Punished”
The Atlantic, May 11, 2016,

Suzy Khimm, The Shame Game
The New Republic, March 9, 2016

Daniel Rivero, How One Woman’s Murder Led to the Most Important Cyberstalking Verdict in Years
Fusion, March 4, 2016

Olivia Lace-Evans, Giving Names to Online Harassment
BBC News, February 21, 2016

Jessica Durando, How Has Celebrity Stalking Changed Since Erin Andrews Peeper?
USA Today, February 19, 2016

Caitlin Dewey, In the Battle of Internet Mobs vs the Law, the Internet Mobs Have Won
Washington Post, February 19, 2016

Tim Prudente, Edward Snowden Warns Against Government Overreach in Video Conference at Hopkins
Baltimore Sun, February 17, 2016

KJ Dell’Antonia, When a Family Is Publicly Attacked
New York Times, February 5, 2016

Soraya Chemaly, If You Don’t Take Women’s Harassment Seriously, You Don’t Want to Understand the Problem
Huffington Post, January 27, 2016

Amanda Hess, Twitter Won’t Help You. The Courts Won’t Help You
Slate, January 26, 2016

Andrea Peterson, The Case for Looking to the States, and Not the Federal Government, to Protect Privacy
Washington Post, January 21, 2016

Katie Van Syckle, GOMI and Female Snark
The Guardian, January 21, 2016

Ramona Pringle, Revenge Porn Covered by New Laws
CBC News, January 21, 2016


Libby Copeland, The Accidental Victims of Online Harassment
Cosmopolitan, Oct. 27, 2015

Brian Dooley, No Stamp Required: All Too Easy for #Bahrain Twitter Trolls
Huffington Post, Sept. 25, 2015

Kristen V. Brown, Outed Ashley Madison Users Want to Make Stolen Data Legally Toxic
Fusion, Sept. 9, 2015

Lauren Kirchner, When Discrimination Is Baked Into the Algorithms
The Atlantic, Sept. 6, 2015

Callum Borchers, Gunman Used Social Media to Chronicle His Motives
Boston Globe, Aug. 26, 2015

Lisa Green, Walter Palmer, Cecil the Lion, and the Legality of Cyber Bullying, August 10, 2015

James Eli Shiffer, Canadian Teen Sentenced After Doxxing
Swatting, Minnesota Star Tribune, July 25, 2015

Benjamin Mitchell, Move to Combat Piracy Could Increase Online Harassment
USA Today, July 7, 2015

Jessica Guynn, Google to Remove Revenge Porn from Search Results
USA Today, June 19, 2015

Andrea Peterson, Google Joins the War Against Revenge Porn
Washington Post, June 19, 2015

Kashmir Hill, Hulk Hogan is Fighting for the Privacy of the World’s Sex Tapes
Fusion, June 16, 2015

Davey Alba, No Matter What Reddit Does, It Is Going to Alienate People
Wired, June 16, 2015

Sarah Kessler, Why Online Harassment is Still Ruining Lives and How We Can Stop It
Fast Company, June 3, 2015,

Issie Lapowski, Proving An Online Threat Is A Threat Just Got Harder
Wired, June 2, 2015

Carrie Arnold, When An Online Stalker Shows Up at Your Door
Women’s Health Magazine, pp. 163-64, May 2015

Ian Sherr, The Rise of the Internet Police
cnet Magazine, Spring 2015, pp. 30-31

Dave Whitford, Brianna Wu v. the Troll Army
Inc. Magazine, Spring 2015

Feminists at Mary Washington Say They Were Threatened on Yik Yak
Washington Post, May 6, 2015

Hamza Shaban, After Gamergate, Congress is Grappling with Online Abuse
BuzzFeed News, April 15, 2015


Tom Castella, Big Ideas of 2014: Part II
BBC News Magazine, December 29, 2014

After the Hack, Can Sony Survive its PR Nightmare
MSNBC’s The Cycle, December 12, 2014

Erin Anderseen, Why We Can’t Let the Conversation About Sexual Violence Fade Away
The Globe and Mail, December 11, 2014

University of Maryland Law Professor Pens Book About Hate Crimes Online
ABC Local News (WMAR), December 5, 2014

Sheelah Kolhatkar, The Gaming Industry’s Adversary Is Just Getting Started
Bloomberg Business Week, November 26, 2014

Emily Bazelon, Do Online Threats Count as Free Speech
New York Times Magazine, at pages 11-12, November 25, 2014

Marlisse Silver Sweeney, What the Law Can (and Can’t) Do About Online Harassment
The Atlantic, November 12, 2014

Davey Alba, The Future of Anonymity on the Internet Is In Facebook Rooms
Wired, October 27, 2014

Jake Swearingen, The Imminent Death of the Internet Troll
The Atlantic, October 22, 2014

Jeff Elder, Pew Study on Online Harassment
Wall Street Journal, October 22, 2014

Michelle Goldberg, Revenge Porn Is Reprehensible, But Should It Be A Crime
The Nation, page 25, October 20, 2014

Luke Simcoe, What is #Gamergate?
Metro News (Canada), October 17, 2014

Caitlin Dewey, Why Is It Taking So Long To Identify the Gamergate Trolls?
Washington Post, October 17, 2014

Amanda Hess, Victims Of Online Crimes Are Finally Getting Justice, As Long As They Are Rich And Famous
Slate, October 10, 2014

Catharine Buni and Soraya Chemaly, The Unsafety Net: How Social Media Turned Against Women
The Atlantic, October 9, 2014

Drake Bennett, Who Should Be Unmasked on the Internet
Business Week, October 6, 2014

Hamza Shaban, Walter Isaacson Talks Gamergate, Apple Watch, and His New Book
Gizmodo, October 7, 2014

Caitlin Dewey, A British Troll Was Jailed for His Tweets
Washington Post, October 1, 2014

Craig Timber, Maker of StealthGenie Is Indicted In Virginia
Washington Post, September 29, 2014

Rebecca Koenig, What You Need to Know About Yik Yak, An App Causing Trouble on Campuses
Chronicle of Higher Education, September 26, 2014

JoJo Marshall, Why We All Need To Worry About Revenge Porn
Elle Magazine, September 24, 2014

Michelle Dean, What If Online Harassment Was a Crime? Q and A with Danielle Citron
Gawker, September 23, 2014

Interview with Tim Lee, One Scholar Thinks the Online Harassment of Women Is A Civil Rights Issue
Vox, September 22, 2014

Alina Tugend, Kicked Off Facebook and Wondering Why
New York Times, September 19, 2014

Soraya Chemaly, There’s No Comparing Male and Female Harassment Online
Time, September 9, 2014

Interview with Soraya Chemaly, Hate Crimes in Cyberspace: Danielle Citron Explains that Everyone Is At Risk, From Powerful Celebrities to Everyday People
Salon, September 2, 2014

Andrea Peterson, Just Because Elevator Doors Are Closed Doesn’t Mean You Are Alone
Washington Post, September 8, 2014

Heather Wood Rudulph, Can Celebrities Really Do Anything About Their Leaked Nude Photos?
Cosmopolitan, September 2, 2014

Alex Fitzpatrick, Here’s How Celebs Can Get Their Naked Photos Taken Down
Time, September 2, 2014

Katharine Quarmby, The Cyberstalkers
Newsweek, pp. 44-43, August 22, 2014

Jessica Valenti, It’s Still Revenge Porn When A Victim Is A Man and the Picture is of His Penis
The, June 26

Jessica Valenti, Free Speech is a Bad Excuse for Rape and Death Threats
The, June 18, 2014

Jordan Larson, Alleged Revenge Porn Master Faces Charges in California
Vice News, June 17, 2014

Kashmir Hill, Supreme Court to Decide When Online Threats Should Send You to Jail, June 16, 2014

Facebook Removes Fan Pages Glorifying California Killer
USA Today, May 25, 2014

Erik Sofge, Could the “Right to Be Forgotten” End Revenge Porn
Shape Magazine, May 20, 2014

Samantha Reid, Study Says 70% of Students Have Sexted, So What Do They Think About Revenge Porn
USA Today (College), May 15, 2014

Jacob Gershman, The Right to Be Forgotten Is A Foreign Concept In the United States
Wall Street Journal (blog), May 15, 2014

Josh Gerstein and Stephanie Simon, Who Watches the Watchers: Big Data Goes Unchecked
Politico, May 14, 2014

Katie Van Syckle, How Cyber Bullying Is Making Sexual Assault on Campus Even Worse
Cosmopolitan, May 2014

Kashmir Hill, This Guy Hunts Down the Men Behind Revenge Porn Sites, April 23, 2014

Michelle Dean, The Case for Making Revenge Porn a Crime
Gawker, March 27, 2014

Do police take online threats against women seriously?, March 18, 2014

Hey, Creeps: It’s Legal to Take Pictures Up a Woman’s Skirt, March 7, 2014

Duke admins, cyberbullying experts comment on Collegiate ACB, March 3, 2014

Judge throws out New York “Revenge Porn” case, February 25, 2014

Revenge Porn
WJZ-TV, February 2, 2014

“Revenge porn” website creator Hunter Moore arrested, January 23, 2014

Anti-Woman Hate On The Internet, January 21, 2014

Why Women Aren’t Welcome on the Internet, January 6, 2014

Yet Another Reason to Think Before You Sext: Pedophile Porn Sites Are Stealing Girls’ Pics, January 2, 2014


Revenge porn: A pernicious form of cyber gender harassment
Baltimore Sun, December 15, 2013

Man behind “revenge porn” website arrested, December 12, 2013

Sex, lies and the Internet: The tale of Lena Chen, December 12, 2013

Creative Revenge Porn Charges Filed In California, December 10, 2013

“Privacy” services thwart investigation of rape video sites and story, “The Age of Innocence.”, December 9, 2013

8News Investigates: Revenge Porn, November 22, 2013

Make cyber-sexual assault a felony
Baltimore Sun, November 20, 2013

“Revenge porn” victims press for new laws, November 15, 2013

Being a Victim of Revenge Porn Forced Me to Change My Name – Now I’m an Activist Dedicated to Helping Other Victims
xojane, November 13, 2013

How to Make Revenge Porn a Crime, November 7, 2013

Victims are taking on “revenge porn” websites for posting photos they didn’t consent to
ABA Journal, November 1, 2013

States criminalize revenge porn, October 30, 2013

Md. lawmaker to sponsor bill to fight revenge porn
Audio portion of the article,, October 30, 2013

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Revenge Porn: A 21st Century Constitutional Challenge, October 22, 2013

Maryland health exchange data privacy under the microscope
Baltimore Sun, October 16, 2013

“Revenge porn” law in California a good first step, but flawed, experts say, October 3, 2013

What is ‘revenge porn’? A new bill could make it illegal in California, October 3, 2013

Unwilling Amateur: My friend may have uploaded a sex video of his ex. Should I tell her? column Dear Prudence, October 3, 2013