Fordham CLIP Research
CLIP has successfully institutionalized a research program that offers opportunities for students and post-graduate fellows to engage in scholarly and policy-focused publishable work in close collaboration with faculty and CLIP staff.
- Patents and Smartphones (Small Players) (2015)
- Patents and Smartphones (Large Players) (2012)
- Intellectual Property and Barriers to Entry (2011)
Online Harassment, Defamation, and Hateful Speech
Education and Children's Privacy
- Transparency and the Marketplace for Student Data (2018)
- Privacy Handbook for Student Information Online: A Toolkit for Schools and Parents (2014)
- Ensuring Student Privacy in the Digital Age
- Privacy and Cloud Computing in Public Schools (2013)
- COPPA and Children's Privacy (2011)
- Children's Educational Records and Privacy (2009)
International and Comparative Privacy
- Privacy and Missing Persons in Natural Disasters (2013)
- Privacy and Trust in Electronic Communications (2007)
- Automatically Answering People’s Privacy Questions: Weaving Together User-Centered Design, Natural Language and Legal Consideration (2019 - present)
- Towards Effective Web Privacy Notice and Choice: A Multi-disciplinary Perspective (2013 - present)
- APIs and Your Privacy (2019)
LIP Senior Fellow Andrea Flink authored a series in the West Side Rag that examines modern threats to our privacy. Her columns explore storage and use of newborn DNA and DNA sharing.
- 23andYou: DNA Storage Is Growing, and So Is the Need to Protect your DNA Privacy
- New York City’s Unauthorized DNA Database
- Direct-to-Consumer DNA Tests — Worth the Risks?