Print & Online Media


Interviewed: A Little Privacy, Please! Intimate Privacy in the Digital Age
Nixon Peabody,  (December 5, 2023)

Quoted: Slouching Toward ‘Accept All Cookies’
The Atlantic (September 12, 2023)

Students’ New Surveillance State: Professor Danielle Citron’s Paper Details Challenges to Public School Students’ Privacy
UVA News & Events: Behind the Scholarship (September 12, 2023)

Quoted: Addressing Explicit Deepfake Content
Twitch Interactive (March 7, 2023)

Private Eyes
New York Review of Books (March 9, 2023)

What Do Cyber Civil Rights, a Tuxedo Cat and Skittles Have in Common? These Mismatched Items Distinguish Danielle Citron as a Law Professor, Mentor and Friend
UVA Today’s Faculty Spotlight (January 12, 2023)

Data is the New Gold, But May Threaten Democracy and Dignity
Council of Foreign Relations (Jan 5, 2023)


Law professor Danielle Citron: ‘Privacy is essential to human flourishing’
The Guardian (Oct 2, 2022)

Should You Delete Your Period-Tracking App to Protect Your Privacy?
Health (July 5, 2022)

People Searching for Abortion Online Must Wade Through Misinformation
The Washington Post (July 4, 2022)

Why People Are Deleting Period Tracker Apps, And How to Do It Right
HuffPost (Jun 27, 2022)

These Women Say One Man Terrorized Them Online for Years. Then, They Decided to Band Together
VICE (June 16, 2022)

Spotify Seeks Moderation Advice as It Amps Up Creator Content
The Verge (June 14, 2022)

Introducing the Spotify Safety Advisory Council
Spotify (June 13, 2022)

A Big Question for Tech Companies Post-Roe: How to Respond to Law Enforcement Requests for Data?
CNN Business (June 8, 2022)

How Axon’s Plans for Taser Drones Blindsided Its AI Ethics Board
Protocol (June 3, 2022)

How to Stop Cyberstalking
True Crime Blog (June 3, 2022)

The Maker of Taser Stun Guns Wants to Put Them on Drones To Stop School Shootings
NBC News (June 2, 2022)

Before Massacre, Uvalde Gunman Frequently Threatened Teen Girls Online
The Washington Post (May 28, 2022)

Disinformation Board’s Ex-Leader Faced Wave of Online Abuse
The Associated Press (May 20, 2022)

Quoted, Disinformation Board’s Leader Faced a Torrent of Online Abuse
Associated Press (May 20, 2022)

Quoted, Why Twitter’s Top Lawyer Came Under Fire From Elon Musk
Washington Post (May 9, 2022)

Your Period-Tracking Data Isn’t Safe If Abortion Is Outlawed
Press Play with Madeleine Brand (May 9, 2022)

Quoted, How Personal Data Could Be Used to Enforce Anti-Abortion Laws
CNN (May 5, 2022)

Quoted, Elon Musk Reveals How His Twitter May Unleash Far-Right Extremism
Washington Post (April 29, 2022)

No Harm, No Foul? Privacy Law and Judicial Remedies
Jotwell (Feb 11, 2022)


Quoted, What Spirit Photography Portends for the Future of Deepfake Videos, Clive Thompson
Smithsonian Magazine (December 2021)

Interviewed, Building a Better Internet
Progress Network (September 8, 2021)

Quoted, Jessica Gyunn, Talking About Abortion Online in Texas? What You Say on Facebook or Twitter Could Hurt You
USA Today (September 8, 2021)

Interviewed, Fixing Section 230
The American Prospect Podcast (July 7, 2021)

Quoted, Kashmir Hill, Google Seeks to Break Vicious Cycle of Online Slander
New York Times (June 10, 2021)

Quoted, Facebook and Trump Are at a Turning Point in Their Long, Tortured Relationship,
Washington Post (May 4, 2021)

Quoted, Cheer Mom Used Deepfake Nudes and Threats to Harass Daughter’s Teammates
Washington Post (March 13, 2021)

Quoted, How Congress Might Upend Section 230, the Law Big Tech Is Built On
Wall Street Journal (February 13, 2021)

Quoted, Elizabeth Dwoskin and Nitasha Tiku, How Twitter, on the front lines of history, finally decided to ban Trump
Washington Post (January 16, 2021)

Quoted, Cat Zakrewski, Trump is considering building his own social network
Washington Post (January 11, 2021)

Social media liability law is likely to be reviewed under Biden
Washington Post (Jan 18, 2021)

How Twitter, on the front lines of history, finally decided to ban Trump
Washington Post (Jan 16, 2021)

The Technology 202: Trump is considering building his own social network. But it might not get him what he wants.
Washington Post (Jan 11, 2021)

Twitter locked Trump’s account. Insiders say it needs to go further.
MIT Technology Review (Jan 6, 2021)

Trump is losing his powerful social media machine. Now what?
CNN (Jan 8, 2021)

After Capitol Riot, Critics Highlight Rise of ‘Free Speech Social Network’ Parler
NBC Boston (Jan 8, 2021)


Foundation funds pioneering law professor and preeminent public intellectual in the area of digital privacy
Jefferson Scholars Foundation (Dec 14, 2020)

Privacy Expert Danielle Citron Joins Faculty
University of Virgina, School of Law (Dec 11, 2020)

Quoted, Sue Halpern, How Joe Biden Could Help Internet Companies Moderate Harmful Content
The New Yorker (December 4, 2020)

Quoted: Google widely criticized after parting ways with a leading voice in AI ethics
CNN (Dec 4, 2020)

Quoted: Facebook to start policing anti-Black hate speech more aggressively than anti-White comments, documents show
Washington Post (Dec 3, 2020)

Quoted: Something Trump and Biden agree on
Politico= (Dec 2, 2020)

Quoted: Parler’s got a porn problem: Adult businesses target pro-Trump social network
Washington Post (Dec 2, 2020)

Quoted: What Happened to the Deepfake Threat to the Election?
Wired (Nov 16, 2020)

Interviewed, “How ‘90s porn led to the internet’s foundational law
Vox’s Open Sourced (November 30, 2020)

A new social-media platform wants to enforce “kindness.” Can that ever work?
MIT Technology Review (Oct 7, 2020)

Quoted, Drew Harwell, A shadowy AI service has transformed thousands of women’s photos into fake nudes: ‘Make fantasy a reality’
Washington Post (Oct 20, 2020)

EJ Dickson, TikTok Stars Are Being Turned Into Deepfake Porn Without Their Consent
Rolling Stone Magazine (Oct 26, 2020)

Quoted, Jessica Goldstein, Revenge Porn Was Already Commonplace, the Pandemic Made It Worse
Washington Post (Oct 29, 2020)

Quoted, Davey Alba, Facebook Must Better Police Online Hate, State Attorneys General Say
New York Times (Aug 5, 2020)

Quoted, Stone Jurors Plea for Protection, Citing Attacks and Threats
Law360 (April 16, 2020)

Quoted, Donie O’Sullivan, She Has Been Falsely Accused of Starting a Pandemic
CNN (April 27, 2020)


Quoted, Sharon Otterman, Sending Lewd Nudes to Strangers on the Subway Could Mean a Year in Jail
New York Times (Nov 30, 2018)

The Law that Made Facebook What It Is Today
Associated Press (April 11, 2018)

Tracy Clark-Flory, Woman Awarded 6.5 million in Groundbreaking Revenge Porn Case Against Ex-Boyfriend
Jezebel (April 11, 2018)

Julia Angwin, How the Government Could Fix Facebook
Atlantic (April 8, 2018)

Scott Edwards and Steven Livingston, Fake News Is About to Get Far Worse,
Wash. Post (April 3, 2018)

Chase Purdy, If Facebook Gets Regulated, Thank Vegans
Quartz (April 3, 2018)

Guest, All the President’s Lawyers, Rational Security Podcast
Live Taping at University of Maryland School of Law (March 28, 2018)

April Glaser, How to Regulate Facebook
Slate (March 22, 2018)

Colin Lecher, What Happens When An Algorithm Cuts Your Health Care
The Verge (March 21, 2018)

Tamar Lapin, Ex Reported Bomb Threatening Journalist for Revenge Porn
N.Y. Post (Feb 27, 2018)

Georgia Wells, White Nationalist Files Suit Against Twitter
Wall Street Journal (Feb 21, 2018)

Erin Griffith, This Startup Test Shows How Harassment Targets Women Online
Wired (Feb 21, 2018)

Derek Hawkins, Reddit Bans ‘Deepfakes,’ Pornography Using the Faces of Celebrities
Wash. Post (Feb 8, 2018)

Emma Grey Ellis, People Can Put Your Face on Porn—And the Law Can’t Help You
Wired (Jan 25, 2018)

Drew Harwell and Abha Bhattarai, Inside Amazon Go: The Camera-Filled Convenience Store that Watches Your Back
Wash. Post (Jan 22, 2018)

Interview, Should Posting Revenge Porn Be a Federal Crime?
NPR’s Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood (Jan 15, 2018)


Luke O’Brien, The Making of An American Nazi
The Atlantic (Dec 2017)

Interview, How to Fight Cyberstalking
WashingTECH Policy Podcast with Joe Miller (Nov 21, 2017)

Brooke Jarvis, How One Woman’s Digital Life Was Weaponized Against Her
Wired (Nov 14, 2017)

Nitasha Tiku, Twitter’s Verification Process Is A Verified Mess
Wired (November 10, 2017)

Christine Hauser, Reddit Bans “Incel” Group for Inciting Violence Against Women
N.Y. Times (Nov 9, 2017)

Interview, Culturally Determined with Aryeh Cohen-Wade
Bloggingheads.TV (Oct 28, 2017)

Quoted, Julie Bykowicz, Facebook Steps Up Efforts to Sway Lawmakers
Dow Jones Newswire (Oct 26, 2017)

Quoted, Ashley Carlsen & Fahima Haque, What Does Facebook Consider Hate Speech: Take Our Quiz
N.Y. Times (Oct 13, 2017)

Quoted, Natasha Bertrand, Facebook Scrubbed Potentially Damming Russian Ads Before Researchers Could Analyze It Further 
(Oct 12, 2017)

Quoted, Kate Silber, Caroline Gleich Fights Back Against Online Harassment
Outside Mag. (Oct 6, 2017)

Quoted, Aja Romano, Most People Saw Law Vegas as a Tragedy, Propagandists Saw It as an Opportunity
Vox (Oct 5, 2017)

Quoted, Sara Ashley O’Brien, Instagram Rolls Out Comments Control
CNNMoney (Sep 28, 2017)

Discussed, Will the Equifax Breach Finally Spur the Courts to Recognize Data Breach Harms
EFF Blog (Sep 28, 2017)

Quoted, Nitasha Tiku, Sex Trafficking Fight Could Take Down Major Tech Law
Wired (Sep 27, 2017)

Quoted, Joshua Eaton, Department of Justice Turns Blind Eye to Online Abuse
Think Progress (Sep 18, 2017)

Discussed, John Samples, So Just How Guaranteed Is Your Free Speech Online
NY Post (Aug 19, 2017)

Quoted, When Government Rules By Software, Citizens Are Left In The Dark
Wired (Aug 17, 2017)

Quoted, Emily Cochrane, Senate Crackdown on Online Sex Trafficking Hits Road Block
NY Times (Aug 2, 2017)

Quoted, Jewish Woman Sues Andrew Anglin Over Troll Storm
Al-Jazeera News (Aug 1, 2017)

Quoted, David Lazarus, To Thwart Trolls, Social-Media Sites Should Require Users’ Real Names
LA Times (July 28, 2017)

Appearance, First Big Case Against Alt-Right Trolls
HBO’s Vice News (aired July 27, 2017)

Quoted, Georgia Wells, Twitter Crackdown on Abuse Raises the Question, Do the Rules Apply to Trump?
Wall Street Journal (July 21, 2017)

Quoted, Terry Collins, Twitter Says It Is Making Progress Battling Abuse
Cnet (July 20, 2017)

Quoted, Justin Elliot, Trump Lawyer Threatens Stranger in Emails
Pro Publica (July 13, 2017)

Quoted, Emma Grey Ellis, Sorry But You Need to Care About Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian
Wired (July 10, 2017)

Quoted, Julia Angwin, Facebook’s Censorship Rules Protest White Men From Hate Speech But Not Black Children
Pro Publica (June 28, 2017)

Quoted, Amanda Paulson and Eva Botwin-Kowaki, In Terror Fight Tech Companies Caught Between United States and European Ideals
Christian Science Monitor (June 23, 2017)

Quoted, Issie Lapowsky, The Texting Suicide Case is About Crime, Not Tech
Wired (June, 17, 2017)

Quoted, Erin Carson, After Years of GamerGate Harasssment, Brianna Wu’s Still Fighting
C/Net News (June 15, 2017)

Quoted, Ramona Pringle, Youth Is No Defense When It Comes to Shameful Online Posts
CBC News (June 16, 2017)

Quoted, Kate Knibbs, Cleaning Up The Dirty
The Ringer (April 19, 2017)

Quoted, Jennie Jarvie & Jaweed Kaleem, Neo-Nazi Website Unleashed Online Trolls Against a Jewish Woman, Lawsuit Says
LA Times (April 18, 2017)

Quoted, Michael Kunzelman, Target of Online Trolls Suing Neo-Nazi Website
Associated Press (April 18, 2017)

Quoted, Abby Ohlheiser, The Man Behind the Neo-Nazi Website The Daily Stormer Is Being Sued By One of His Trolling Targets
Washington Post (April 18, 2017)

Quoted, Elizabeth Dwoskin and Craig Timberg, Facebook Wanted Visceral Live Video, What It Got Was Suicides and Murder
Washington Post, at A9 (April 18, 2017)

Quoted, Hayley Tsukayama, What You Are Really Agreeing To When You Agree to Your Smart TV’s Privacy Policy
Washington Post (April 17, 2017)

Quoted, Nicole Hensley, Internet Satan Busted on S.I. After Decades of Harassment
New York Daily News (April 11, 2017)

Quoted, Emma Grey Ellis, Facebook’s New Plan May Curb Revenge Porn, But Won’t Kill It
Wired (April 6, 2017)

Quoted, Hayley Tsukayama, Facebook Takes New Steps to Stop Revenge Porn
Washington Post (April 5, 2017)

Quoted, Unreal When It Targets You: Faceless Trolls Attack Online
Associated Press (March 29, 2027)

Quoted, Adi Robertson, The Long Weird History of Companies that Put Your Life Online
The Verge (March 21, 2017)

Interviewed, Why is the Internet So Toxic for Women?
Wisconsin Public Radio’s To the Best of Our Knowledge (March 19, 2017)

Quoted, Max Ehrenfreund and Antonio Olivo, Seizure-Inducing Tweet Leads to a New Kind of Prosecution
Washington Post (March 18, 2017)

Quoted, Melanie Ehrenkranz, Gab, A Haven for White Nationalists, Is Trying to Reach Young Diverse Progressives
Mic (March 17, 2017)

Quoted, Emma Gray Ellis, It’s Time for Facebook to Deal with the Grimy History of Revenge Porn
Wired (March 14, 2017)

Interviewed, Sex Crimes in Cyberspace
National Public Radio’s 1A with Joshua Johnson (March 9, 2017)

Quoted, Jessica Gyunn, Twitter to Police Abuse in a Major Way
USA Today (March 1, 2017)

Quoted, Jim Turley, Our Bots, Ourselves
Electronic Engineering Journal (Feb 26, 2017)

Quoted, Sue Reisenger, Regulate that Hairbrush? Cyberlaw Experts Say Maybe
National Law Journal (Feb 16, 2017)

Interviewed, Intimate Images in the Digital Age
National Public Radio’s Marketplace Tech (Jan 24, 2017)

Quoted, Andrew Tarantola, How Artificial Intelligence Can Be Corrupted to Repress Free Speech
Engadget (Jan 20, 2017)

Quoted, Benjamin Herold, Mississippi Attorney General Sues Google Over Student Data Privacy
Education Week (Jan 19, 2017)

Quoted, Kaveh Waddell, How FamilyTreeNow Makes Stalking Easy
The Atlantic (Jan 17, 2017)

Interviewed, Online Harassment Spreads Into New Realms 
Central Time on WPR, Wisconsin Public Radio (Jan 13, 2017)

Interviewed, Online Harassment
Top of Mind with Julie Rose, BYU Radio, SiriusXM (Han 10, 2017)

Quoted, Kelyn Soon, The Disgusting Stuff Female Athletes Hear on Social Media and How They are Fighting Back
Excelle Sports (Jan 9, 2017)

Quoted, Jessica Contrera, There Is No Good Way To Deal With Trolls So You Might As Well Tell Their Moms
Washington Post (Jan 5, 2017)


Quoted, Andrea Peterson, “1 in 25 People Impacted By Nonconsensual Pornography
Washington Post (Dec 13, 2016)

Quoted, Sam Stecklow, “How Do You Solve a Problem Like Pizzagate?
New York Magazine (Dec 12, 2016)

Quoted, Russell Brandom, “The Political Fight Behind Facebook and Google’s New Terrorist Database
The Verge (Dec 8, 2016)

Quoted, Melissa Ethad, “Instagram is the Latest Social Media Firm to Tweak its App
Los Angeles Times (Dec 6, 2016)

Quoted, Kaveh Waddell, “How Algorithms Can Bring Down Minorities’ Credit Scores
The Atlantic (Dec 2, 2016)

Quoted, Margaret Talbot, “The Attorney Fighting Revenge Porn
The New Yorker (Dec 5, 2016)

Quoted, Anne Branigin, “Some Pervert Cyberflashed Me On The Subway—And I Have My iPhone To Thank”
Fusion (Nov 20, 2016)

Quoted, Lucy Tiven, “Alleged Kidnapping Raises Questions About Online Harassment (Nov. 29, 2016)

Quoted, Alan Yuhas, “Playboy Model Charged Over Snapchat of Naked Woman in Gym
The Guardian (Nov 4, 2016)

Quoted, “ADL Credits Trump Supporters With Spike in Anti-Semitic Tweets Aimed at Journalists
Haaretz (Oct 19, 2016)

Quoted, Tracy Mitrano, Authenticity and Authorship, Part II: Actionable Speech on the Internet
Inside Higher Ed (Oct 10, 2016)

Quoted, Colin Daileda, “Could a Revenge Porn Case in Northern Ireland Change Facebook Across the Planet
Mashable (Sep 28, 2016)

Quoted, Joshua Eaton, “Will Tracking Internet Trolls Help the Fight Against Online Harassment
Christian Science Monitor (Sep 19, 2016)

Quoted, Rafia Zakaria, “Hate and Indiscriminate
Columbia Journalism Review (2016)

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) (June  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 (Feb 21, 2016)

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

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

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

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

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

Amanda Hess, Twitter Won’t Help You. The Courts Won’t Help You
Slate (Jan 26, 2016)

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

Katie Van Syckle, GOMI and Female Snark
The Guardian (Jan 21, 2016)

Ramona Pringle, Revenge Porn Covered by New Laws
CBC News (Jan 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 (Sep 25, 2015)

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

Lauren Kirchner, When Discrimination Is Baked Into the Algorithms
The Atlantic (Sep 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 (Aug 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 (Dec 29, 2014)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Jake Swearingen, The Imminent Death of the Internet Troll
The Atlantic (Oct 22, 2014)

Jeff Elder, Pew Study on Online Harassment
Wall Street Journal (Oct 22, 2014)

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

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

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

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

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

Drake Bennett, Who Should Be Unmasked on the Internet
Business Week (Oct 6, 2014)

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

Caitlin Dewey, A British Troll Was Jailed for His Tweets
Washington Post (Oct 1, 2014)

Craig Timber, Maker of StealthGenie Is Indicted In Virginia
Washington Post (Sep 29, 2014)

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

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

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

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

Alina Tugend, Kicked Off Facebook and Wondering Why
New York Times (Sep 19, 2014)

Soraya Chemaly, There’s No Comparing Male and Female Harassment Online
Time (Sep 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 (Sep 2, 2014)

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

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

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

Katharine Quarmby, The Cyberstalkers
Newsweek, pp. 44-43 (Aug 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, 2014)

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 (Feb 25, 2014)

Revenge Porn
WJZ-TV (Feb 2, 2014)

“Revenge porn” website creator Hunter Moore arrested (Jan 23, 2014)

Anti-Woman Hate On The Internet (Jan 21, 2014)

Why Women Aren’t Welcome on the Internet (Jan 6, 2014)

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


Revenge porn: A pernicious form of cyber gender harassment
Baltimore Sun (Dec 15, 2013)

Man behind “revenge porn” website arrested (Dec 12, 2013)

Sex, lies and the Internet: The tale of Lena Chen (Dec 12, 2013)

Creative Revenge Porn Charges Filed In California (Dec 10, 2013)

“Privacy” services thwart investigation of rape video sites and story, “The Age of Innocence” (Dec 9, 2013)

8News Investigates: Revenge Porn (Nov 22, 2013)

Make cyber-sexual assault a felony
Baltimore Sun (Nov 20, 2013)

“Revenge porn” victims press for new laws (Nov 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 (Nov 13, 2013)

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

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

States criminalize revenge porn (Oct 30, 2013)

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

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Maryland health exchange data privacy under the microscope
Baltimore Sun (Oct 16, 2013)

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

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

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