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Li and Palin to teach course: “Law is Code: Software for Access to Justice, Legal Aid, and Open Law,” at MIT, January 2015

William P. Li and William Palin are scheduled to teach a course entitled Law is Code: Software for Access to Justice, Legal Aid, and Open Law, January 2015, at MIT. Here is a description of the course, from the course … Continue reading

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de Montjoye et al.: openPDS: Protecting the Privacy of Metadata through SafeAnswers

Yves-Alexandre de Montjoye, Erez Shmueli, Samuel S. Wang, and Alex Sandy Pentland, have published openPDS: Protecting the Privacy of Metadata through SafeAnswers, PLOS ONE, 9(7), e98790 (2014), doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0098790 Here is the abstract: The rise of smartphones and web services made … Continue reading

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MIT Media Lab: Computational Legal Science research, and Legal Clinic

[Update as of 18 February 2014: I’ve added a new post providing more information about Computational Legal Science research at MIT Media Lab.] Dazza Greenwood, JD, of MIT Media Lab, writes on his Website that his “2013/2014 academic year research … Continue reading

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IndianKanoon Founder Honored as a Top Innovator by MIT Technology Review

Dr. Sushant Sinha, creator of the free access to law service IndianKanoon, has been honored as one of India’s 18 top innovators, by MIT’s Technology Review, according to a post at rediff.com. Click here, then click to slide number 18, … Continue reading

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