David Thaw, ISP Visiting fellow, is interviewed by FOX Connecticut regarding a data breach by the CT Department of Labor where they misprinted unemployment end-of-year tax forms with the personal information (including SSNs) of people other than the recipients:
The Information Society Project (ISP) at Yale Law School seeks applications for the position of Executive Director.
For Immediate Release
David Thaw, Fellow of the ISP and Visiting Assistant Professor of Law at the University of Connecticut, was at the Pentagon Thursday, November 7th, briefing the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Cyber Policy, the Dept. of Defense Office of the General Counsel, and senior Joint Staff on the law of cyber warfare based on his research scholarship.
YLS visiting fellow Derek Khanna, of the Information Society Project, has a new article in The Daily Caller titled, “The Copyright reforms Congress should be considering, instead of radio royalties"
“This is amateur station W2AG at Yonkers, New York, operating on frequency modulation at two and half meters.”
That was the first broadcast of FM radio in the world.
They said it couldn’t be done, but in 1933 the first FM broadcast volleyed the clearest signal ever heard over a radio forty miles away. Listeners had never heard anything like it.
The Yale Information Society Project (ISP) is now accepting applications for 2014-2015 postdoctoral resident and visiting fellowships at Yale Law School. The Yale ISP is an interdisciplinary center that studies the implications of the Internet and new information technologies for law and society.
ISP Resident and Visiting Fellowships