Media Reel

Committee on the Judiciary, U.S. House of Representatives , September 27, 2018  I testified a second time before the House Judiciary Committee on alleged anti-conservative bias on social media platforms. My written testimony is available  here .

Committee on the Judiciary, U.S. House of Representatives, September 27, 2018

I testified a second time before the House Judiciary Committee on alleged anti-conservative bias on social media platforms. My written testimony is available here.

 
NBC Nightly News, July 23, 2018   I appeared on NBC Nightly News to discuss some implications of an Uber and Lyft driver recording his passengers without consent.

NBC Nightly News, July 23, 2018

I appeared on NBC Nightly News to discuss some implications of an Uber and Lyft driver recording his passengers without consent.

Committee on the Judiciary, U.S. House of Representatives , April 26, 2018  I testified before the House Judiciary Committee, alongside Republican witnesses "Diamond and Silk”, to discuss content moderation and the responsibilities of online social platforms. I was caught on camera reacting to Diamond and Silk calling an official FEC report “fake news” and went viral! My written testimony is available  here .

Committee on the Judiciary, U.S. House of Representatives, April 26, 2018

I testified before the House Judiciary Committee, alongside Republican witnesses "Diamond and Silk”, to discuss content moderation and the responsibilities of online social platforms. I was caught on camera reacting to Diamond and Silk calling an official FEC report “fake news” and went viral! My written testimony is available here.

 
ABC Nighline, March 30, 2016   I appeared on ABC’s Nightline with Juju Chang to discuss how the effects of online attacks can be just as serious as those from face-to-face ridicule and harassment.

ABC Nighline, March 30, 2016

I appeared on ABC’s Nightline with Juju Chang to discuss how the effects of online attacks can be just as serious as those from face-to-face ridicule and harassment.

“ The Internet Ruined My Life” , a 6-episode SyFy miniseries  I am featured in Syfy’s 6-episode miniseries, “The Internet Ruined My Life.” This show tells 12 real-life stories of cyberharassment, raising awareness about the epidemic of online bullying, revenge porn, and cyberexploitation. The show premiered on Wednesday, March 9, at 10pm Eastern.

The Internet Ruined My Life”, a 6-episode SyFy miniseries

I am featured in Syfy’s 6-episode miniseries, “The Internet Ruined My Life.” This show tells 12 real-life stories of cyberharassment, raising awareness about the epidemic of online bullying, revenge porn, and cyberexploitation. The show premiered on Wednesday, March 9, at 10pm Eastern.

 
MSNBC’s “The Docket”, November 13, 2015   Along with Seema Iyer, I discussed the epidemic of cyberharassment and the new Institute for CyberSafety, which includes the first and online law school clinic providing free counsel to victims of online harassment.

MSNBC’s “The Docket”, November 13, 2015

Along with Seema Iyer, I discussed the epidemic of cyberharassment and the new Institute for CyberSafety, which includes the first and online law school clinic providing free counsel to victims of online harassment.


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August 21, 2019: Ari Ezra Waldman quoted “Court Rejects Tech Companies’ Bid For Fast Knockout Against Right-Wing Activists” – MediaPost

August 2, 2019: Ari Ezra Waldman quoted “Tinder Unveils A Safety Feature To Protect LGBTQ Users” – Industry News Report 24

July 29, 2019: Ari Ezra Waldman quoted “Proposed Bill Could Curb Content Moderation By Web Companies” – MediaPost

July 24, 2019: Ari Ezra Waldman quoted “Tinder introduces safety feature to protect LGBTQ travelers” – NBC News

July 22, 2019: Ari Ezra Waldman was named a member of The American Law Institute (ALI).

July 18, 2019: Ari Ezra Waldman quoted “How Worried Should You Be About FaceApp?” – Slate

July 15, 2019: Ari Ezra Waldman quoted “NY’s Data Privacy Bill Failed; Is There Hope Next Session?” – Government Technology

July 11, 2019: Ari Ezra Waldman quoted “Can the Green Light bill protect against facial recognition mining?” – City & State

June 20, 2019: Ari Ezra Waldman quoted “Lawmaker Takes Aim At Supposed Bias By Big Tech” – Media Post

June 20, 2019: Ari Ezra Waldman authored “Queer Dating Apps Are Unsafe by Design” – The New York Times

June 13, 2019: Ari Ezra Waldman quoted “Twitter Defeats Lawsuit By Journalist Banned For ‘Misgendering’” – Media Post.com

June 11, 2019: Ari Ezra Waldman quoted “NY Senate Hearing Explores Online Privacy”- WAMC

June 4, 2019: Ari Ezra Waldman testified before the Joint Senate Standing Committee on Consumer Protection and the Senate Standing Committee on Internet and Technology at the New York State Senate. The hearing, entitled “Online Privacy and the Role of the Legislature,” focused on draft privacy legislation that Ari helped draft with representatives from the office of State Senator Kevin Thomas, Chairperson of the Standing Committee on Consumer Protection.

May 17, 2019: Ari Ezra Waldman is one of four academics named as a 2019–20 Belfer Fellow by the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) Center for Technology and Society. He is the only law professor to be named this year. The fellowship, now in its second year, funds research related to cyberharassment and other critical challenges at the intersection of civil rights, society, and technology. As a Belfer Fellow, Ari will undertake important research on technology-driven harassment.

April 18, 2019: Ari Ezra Waldman quoted “Right-Wing Activists Want To Revive Battle With Google, Twitter, Facebook And Apple” – Digital News Daily

April 16, 2019: Ari Ezra Waldman featured “FTC Hearings #12: The FTC’s Approach to Consumer Privacy Day 2” – Disco

April 15, 2019: Ari Ezra Waldman authored “When We Outsource Privacy Compliance, We May Undermine Privacy Protection” – Pro-Market

April 10, 2019: Ari Ezra Waldman testified at the Federal Trade Commission consumer privacy hearing on a panel focused on accountability.

April 10, 2019: Ari Ezra Waldman quoted “UK censorship firestorm shows why Congress struggles to police internet” – Washington Examiner

March 21, 2019: Ari Ezra Waldman quoted “Facebook and Google Are Guilty of a Failure to Take Ownership” – Bloomberg Business

March 11, 2019: Ari Ezra Waldman authored “Facebook’s So-Called Pivot to Privacy Is a Diversion” – Slate

February 25, 2019: Ari Ezra Waldman featured “US legal eagle: Well done, you bought privacy compliance tools. Doesn’t mean you comply with anything” – The Register

February 15, 2019: Ari Ezra Waldman mentioned “Legal Scholars Dive into Implications of deep Fakes” – UMB News

February 9, 2019: Ari Ezra Waldman quoted “Online dating can expose users to privacy breaches” – Axios

January 11, 2019: Ari Ezra Waldman won the 2018 Privacy Papers for Policymakers Award for his paper, “Designing Without Privacy.” He is one of just five winners nationwide. The award is given by the Future of Privacy Forum (FPF) and recognizes leading privacy scholarship that is likely to influence policymakers domestically and internationally.

December 11, 2018: Ari Ezra Waldman quoted “I lead this company without political bias: Google CEO will send a message to Trump during Congress grilling” – Newsllive

December 10, 2018: Ari Ezra Waldman quoted “Silicon Valley Employees Donate $36 Million – 90% to Democrats” – mrc NewsBusters

December 9, 2018: Ari Ezra Waldman quoted “This graph shows 90% of political donations from big tech workers went to the Democrats, with Googlers leading the charge” – Business Insider

December 4, 2018: Ari Ezra Waldman quoted “Are Google and Facebook really suppressing conservative politics?” – The Guardian

November 29, 2018: “Fixing Facebook: Zuckerberg falls short of his New Year’s goal” – C-Net

October 3, 2018: “Alex Jones Sues PayPal Over Ban, Seeks Reinstatement” – Media Post

September 7, 2018: “Beyond Alex Jones: Twitter and Facebook face heat over alleged bias” – The Christian Science Monitor

August 29, 2018: “Opinion: Suing Grindr for Racism Doesn’t Address the Real Problem” – Logo

August 28, 2018: “Kudlow says White House ‘taking a look’ at regulating Google searches” – Market Watch

August 24, 2018: “Prager Seeks To Revive ‘Censorship’ Suit Against Google” – Digital News Daily

August 8, 2018: “Why Big Tech Finally Bucked Alex Jones” – National Journal

July 26, 2018: “Trump ‘shadow ban’ tweet: A F.A.Q.” – Washington Post

July 26, 2018: “The Story Behind Trump’s Claim That Twitter Is Shadow-Banning Conservatives” – SLATE

July 25, 2018: “Twitter is Not ‘Shadow Banning’ Republicans”- NY Mag

July 25, 2018: “Twitter is “shadow banning” prominent Republicans like the RNC chair and Trump Jr.’s spokesman”- Vice News

July 22, 2018: “St. Louis Uber and Lyft Driver Secretly Live-Streamed Passengers, Report Says” – Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

July 22, 2018: “St. Louis Uber and Lyft Driver Secretly Live-Streamed Passengers, Report Says” – New York Times

May 19, 2018: “Data privacy issues may be coming to a campaign near you” – NBC News

May 17, 2018: “What Would Happen if the Technology Sector Becomes Regulated?” – innovation & tech today

May 15, 2018: “Facebook’s free-speech dilemma is financial, not constitutional” – Washington Examiner

May 4, 2018: “Facebook Hires Ex-GOP Senator To Advise On Anti-Conservative Bias” – Roll Call

April 28, 2018: “The main takeaways from the House’s hearing with Diamond and Silk” – Media Matters for America

April 27, 2018: “Meme In Chrissy Teigen Tweet” – Twitter

April 27, 2018: “Blackburn, Himes Spar Over Diamond and Silk, Social Media at Judiciary Hearing” – Roll Call

April 26, 2018: “Pro-Trump Social Media Stars Diamond and Silk Offer Inaccurate Testimony Under Oath” – CBS News

April 26, 2018: “Pro-Trump social media stars Diamond and Silk testify under oath” – CBS News

April 26, 2018: “Social Media Filtering Is Not Censorship” – Forbes

April 26, 2018: “Diamond and Silk make false statements to Congress while under oath” – DeadState

April 13, 2018: “Facebook is $24 Billion Richer after Mark Zuckerberg’s Testimony to Congress” – Action News Now

April 12, 2018: “The Bargain at the Heart of the Kid Internet” – The Atlantic

April 12, 2018: “Congress Grilled Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg for Nearly 10 Hours. What’s Next?” – Action News Now

April 5, 2018: “If Facebook gets regulated, thank vegans” – Quartz

March 22, 2018: “California has a plan to police Facebook” – Quartz

October 30, 2017: “Info Wars: Inside the Left’s Online Efforts to Out White Supremacists” – ProPublica

August 31, 2017: “Celeb Jihad and the Endless Battle Against Hacked Nudes” – Mel Magazine

July 7, 2017: C-NET: “Trolling victim takes neo-Nazi website to court”

June 27, 2017: IAPP: “Digging deeper into ‘Privacy on the Ground’”

April 5, 2017: CBC: “Live streaming crime: How do we police the internet?”

April 1, 2017: Uptown Radio: “Grappling with Cyberbullying in One New York School”

Feb 15, 2017: CNN: “Can a Prenup for Sex Tapes Keep You Safe?”

Feb 3, 2017: Quartz (Op-Ed): “Donald Trump and Steve Bannon Need Angry Young Men. They’re Using Gamergate Culture to Get Them”

Jan 30, 2017: Slate: “Crisis Mode: What happens if Donald Trump refuses a Federal Court Order”

December 2, 2016: Elite Daily: “Everything That Happens After Sexual Assault Is Recorded On Social Media”

Aug 26, 2016: Gant News: “Will Hillary Clinton Be the One to Crack Down on Revenge Porn?”

Aug 3, 2016: New York Times (Op-Ed): “Cybermobs Multiply Online Threats and Their Danger”

July 20, 2016: Gizmodo: “Snapchat Clips Help Convict Two People of Sexually Assaulting a Teenager”

July 19, 2016: Vogue: “Is it legal for Taylor Swift to sue Kim and Kanye?”

July 19, 2016: CNN Money: “Two People Found Guilty in Snapchat Sexual Assault Case”

July 18, 2016: Time: “Did Kanye West and Kim Kardashian Break the Law by Recording Taylor Swift?”

July 18, 2016: Variety: “Off Broadway Review: Daniel Radcliffe in ‘Privacy’ ”

June 19, 2016: News8: “Muslim Woman Deluged by ‘Hate Tweets’ After Helping Homeland Security Panel”

June 19, 2016: Herald News: “Mass. Congresswoman Carving Out Niche as Critic of Online Abuse”

April 29, 2016: CNN Money: “The Dark Side of Livestreaming: Periscoping a Rape”

April 21, 2016: Huffington Post: “Why Would Anyone Film a Rape and Not Try to Stop It?”

April 13, 2016: The Virginian-Pilot: “Woman With HIV Convicted of Biting Sister During Fight”

March 30, 2016: ABC’s Nightline: “Former ‘Glee’ Extra, Bartender Say ‘Internet Ruined’ Their Lives”

March 16, 2016: WJCL: “One Tweet Ruined Her Life”

March 14, 2016: Ars Technica: “Anti-Swatting Representative Leads First-Ever SXSW Online Harassment Summit”

March 11, 2016: Mass Live: “US Rep. Katherine Clark to Highlight Online Threats, Harassment at SXSW Festival”

March 10, 2016: ABC’s Good Morning America: “Inside the New Series ‘The Internet Ruined My Life'”

March 9, 2016: Examiner: “Exclusive interview: Ari Ezra Waldman talks ‘The Internet Ruined My Life”

March 8, 2016: CNNMoney, News4JAX: “How One Hashtag Can Ruin Your Life”

March 2, 2016: Mashable: “Syfy’s ‘The Internet Ruined My Life” is the Ultimate Online Cautionary Tale”

February 21, 2016: Mashable: “Giving Young People a Chance to Grow Up Without Online Shame”

February 18, 2016: Voice of America: “Supreme Court Will Weather Fierce Nomination Battle, Scholars Say”

February 16, 2016: Law360: “Scalia Often Put Limits On Rights In IP Decisions”

November 3, 2015: MSNBC: “Cyberbullying Victims Unite in New Campaign”

October 30, 2015: PC Magazine: “SXSW Organizers Schedule Online Harassment Summit”

October 8, 2015: The Advocate (Op-Ed): “For Tyler: How One Man Is Taking on Cyberbullies”

October 1, 2015: NY Daily News (Op-Ed): “Ending the cyberbullying epidemic five years after Tyler Clementi’s suicide”

August 20, 2015: PrawfsBlawg: “What the Ashley Madison Hack Teaches Us About Digital Privacy Invasions” (blog post)

September 4, 2015: Vice: “Why Did the Feds Bust Rentboy?”

August 25, 2015: Bloomberg: “Ashley Madison Users Sue Over Data Breach”

February 23, 2015: Scholarship was quoted in a unanimous opinion in United States v. Gutierrez by the Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces, the highest court in the military.

January 27, 2015: Life of the Law, “Life After Doxing,” a discussion of cyberharassment.

(Legacy “In the News” hits to come)