Land & Aronson: New Technologies for Human Rights Law and Practice

Land & Aronson: New Technologies for Human Rights Law and Practice

Molly K. Land (Univ. of Connecticut – Law) & Jay D. Aronson (Carnegie Mellon Univ.) have published New Technologies for Human Rights Law and Practice (Cambridge Univ. Press 2018). Contents include:

  • Molly K. Land & Jay D. Aronson, The Promise and Peril of Human Rights Technology
  • Lea Shaver, Safeguarding Human Rights from Problematic Technologies
  • Dalindyebo Shabalala, Climate Change, Human Rights, and Technology Transfer: Normative Challenges and Technical Opportunities
  • Thérèse Murphy, Judging Bioethics and Human Rights
  • Laura A. Dickinson, Drones, Automated Weapons, and Private Military Contractors: Challenges to Domestic and International Legal Regimes Governing Armed Conflict
  • Jay D. Aronson, The Utility of User-Generated Content in Human Rights Investigations
  • Mark Latonero, Big Data Analytics and Human Rights: Privacy Considerations in Context
  • John Emerson, Margaret L. Satterthwaite, and Anshul Vikram Pandey, The Challenging Power of Data Visualization for Human Rights Advocacy
  • Ella McPherson, Risk and the Pluralism of Digital Human Rights Fact-Finding and Advocacy
  • Lisl Brunner, Digital Communications and the Evolving Right to Privacy
  • Rikke Frank Jørgensen, Human Rights and Private Actors in the Online Domain
  • G. Alex Sinha, Technology, Self-Inflicted Vulnerability, and Human Rights
  • Enrique Piracés, The Future of Human Rights Technology: A Practitioner’s View

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