A new poll of California voters by Stanford University’s Bill Lane Center for the American West shows that despite its reputation as a liberal state, the California political profile is mixed and diverse. Appealing to female voters and appealing to independents are pivotal this election season.
Stanford Law Professor Paul Goldstein aims to clarify the legal complexities surrounding the internet’s capacity to bring books, movies, and music to anyone with a broadband connection in his new book about copyright law.
The European Union is expected to implement sweeping new data privacy laws in May. Albert Gidari, consulting director of privacy at the Stanford Center for Internet and Society, explains the new regulations.
A closely watched federal trial pitting two cities against major oil companies has taken surprising and unorthodox turns. Stanford researchers examine the case, which could reshape the landscape of legal claims for climate change-related damages.
Didi Kuo, academic research and program manager at FSI’s Program on American Democracy in Comparative Perspective, and Ryan Singel, media and strategy fellow at Stanford Law School’s Center for Internet and Society, provide perspective.