Talks

“Online Harassment and Sexual Violence,” Congressional Briefing sponsored by Bipartisan Task Force to End Sexual Violence (sponsored by Congresswoman Jackie Speier, Congresswoman Annie Kuster, Congressman Patrick Meehan, and Congressman David Joyce), Cannon Building, Washington, D.C., July 20, 2017. 

“Why Combatting Online Abuse is Good for Free Speech,” Free Speech Series, Princeton University, February 14, 2017. 

“The Privacy Policymaking of State Attorney Generals,” Policy Discussions with Authors of the 2016 Winning Academic Papers, Dirksen Senate Office Building, Washington, D.C., January 11, 2017

Press Conference with Attorney General Kamala Harris, “AG Harris Unveils New Hub of Resources for Law Enforcement, Tech, and Victims of Cyber Exploitation,” October 14, 2015.

First Amendment Day Keynote Address by Danielle Citron at the University of North Carolina, September 2015.

Brookings Institute webcast on sextortion May 11, 2016

Danielle Citron is the Constitution Day Speaker on Hate Crimes in Cyberspace: Constitutional Issues and Challenges at the Old Dominion University, September 2015.

Professor Danielle Citron at Case Western Reserve University School of Law: Cyber Harassment and Cyber Stalking: The New Frontier of Civil Rights in the Twenty-First Century, 2015.

Professor Danielle Citron at the National Constitution Center: Privacy in the Modern Age: The Search for Solutions, 2015.

Danielle Citron at the U.S. Holocaust Museum event on CSPAN: Technology and Propaganda in the Holocaust, April 2013.

Danielle Citron at the 2012 State of the Net Conference Panel: Mounting Pressure on Internet Intermediaries

Danielle Citron at the American Constitution Society panel: The Web as the New Battleground over Free Expression, 2014.

Professor Danielle Citron at Maryland Carey Law: Hate Crimes in Cyberspace

Professor Danielle Citron at Yale Law School, Information Society Project: Reputation Economies in Cyberspace.

Professor Danielle Citron: Nathan Patz Law Center, University of Maryland: Bill to criminalize nonconsenual release of intimate pictures or video.

Professor Danielle Citron at Elon University: Technology & Law Speaker Series.