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Librarians as Privacy Advocates, 13 I/S: J. L. & Pol'y for Info. Soc. 161 (2016).
Beyond Neutrality: How Zero Rating Can (Sometimes) Advance User Choice, Innovation, and Democratic Participation, 75 Md. L. Rev. 984 (2016).
The Future of Frictionless Sharing: Facebook's New Audio-Identification Feature, Balkinization (June 16, 2014), http://balkin.blogspot.com/2014/06/the-future-of-frictionless-sharing.html.
Confidentiality and the Problem of Third Parties: Protecting Reader Privacy in the Age of Intermediaries, 16 Yale J.L. & Tech. 1 (2013).
Global Congress Declaration on Fundamental Public Interest Principles for International Intellectual Property Negotiations (Dec. 13, 2013), available at http://infojustice.org/draft-trade-agreement-principles (co-author, with Sean Flynn et al.).
The Final Word: Civil Law Developments in the State Supreme Court, Daily Journal (L.A.), ongoing column published ten times from Feb. 2012 – Feb. 2016 (co-author, with Joseph Lipner).
Comment, Interpreting by the Book: Legislative Drafting Manuals and Statutory Interpretation, 120 Yale L.J. 185 (2010)