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Comments on UNESCO Guidance for Regulating Digital Platforms

Nicholas Wislon, Akshat Agarwal, Courtney Radsch, and Michael Karanicolas, January 19, 2023

Twitter, the EU, and self-regulation of disinformation

John Villasenor, The Brookings Institution, January 18, 2023

The Perils of Frictionless Finance

Nikita Aggarwal, European Corporate Governance Institute, December 6, 2022

Social media companies and common carrier status: a primer

John Villasenor, The Brookings Institution, October, 27, 2022

Without Safeguards, Quantum Computing Risks Exacerbating Global Inequalities

Alessia Zornetta, Tech Policy Press, October 13, 2022

The Supreme Court and social media platform liability

John Villasenor, The Brookings Institution, October 10, 2022

#Fintok and Financial Regulation

Nikita Aggarwal, D. Bondy Valdovinos Kaye, and Christopher K. Odinet, Arizona State Law Journal (2022)

A Deep Dive Into Buy-Now-Pay-Later

Nikita Aggarwal, Ballad Spahr, August 25, 2022

Patents and AI inventions: Recent court rulings and broader policy questions

John Villasenor, The Brookings Institution, August 25, 2022

Frenemies: Global approaches to rebalance the Big Tech v journalism relationship

Courtney Radsch, The Brookings Institution, August 29, 2022

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