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Tiffany C. Li

Tiffany C. Li is an MSNBC columnist, technology lawyer and legal scholar. She is a visiting professor at Boston University School of Law and a fellow at Yale Law School's Information Society Project. 

Tiffany C. Li is an MSNBC columnist, technology lawyer and legal scholar. She is a visiting professor at Boston University School of Law and a fellow at Yale Law School's Information Society Project. 

Latest from Tiffany C. Li

3d ago

Another Amazon acquisition brings us closer to the death of privacy

It is always a mistake to give up our privacy in exchange for convenience.
51d ago

In post-Roe America, your cell phone is now a reproductive privacy risk

Now that Roe v. Wade has fallen, states that choose to criminalize abortion can start buying and subpoenaing consumer data.
103d ago

Mayorkas' botched DHS disinfo rollout pinpoints a weakness of American government

A lack of information about the board has led policymakers, media commentators and the Twitterati to attack the initiative.
167d ago

Apple halting product sales in Russia after it invades Ukraine may have a downside

The fact that a nation at war is forced to publicly ask tech companies for help shows the outsize power these tech companies have.
205d ago

Microsoft's Activision Blizzard deal is bad for privacy rights

The XBox producer is trying to dominate the video game market. That's a problem for consumers.
291d ago

Facebook's 'metaverse' evolution is very scary

Regardless of what name it goes by, the company formerly known as Facebook has many problems it must fix.
316d ago

Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp are back up. But their outage is an opportunity.

Monday's widespread outage of Facebook-owned platforms shows us how fragile our internet ecosystem is.
320d ago

Facebook's failed 'Instagram Kids' is much bigger than one platform

Facebook doesn’t just need to fix its products. It needs to fix its relationship with America and the world.
338d ago

How Facebook, Amazon and Google abused the Patriot Act after 9/11

The Patriot Act didn't completely strip away our privacy, but we've been surrendering it all the same.
369d ago

Apple's CSAM prevention features are a privacy disaster in the making

Apple needs to be transparent about its future plans for the features it's rolling out.
413d ago

Facebook's FTC court victory saves Instagram — but not Big Tech

Don't be fooled by Facebook's FTC victory: Big Tech is headed for a reckoning.