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Regulating a Coronavirus Outbreak

Silicon Valley Faltering on Cashouts?

Professor Mark Lemley's op-ed in Fortune and in conversation with Kara Swisher about his recent article on Silicon Valley's obsession with startups getting an "exit".

Proposed EARN IT Act

Riana Pfefferkorn, Associate Director of Surveillance and Cybersecurity at the Stanford Center for Internet and Society, discusses the proposed Eliminating Abusive and Rampant Neglect of Interactive Technologies Act.

Elections, Money, and Speech

Professor Nate Persily discusses campaign finance, ten years after Citizens United in this NPR "All Things Considered" interview.
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Notice Regarding Events

At this time, we have canceled or postponed most events scheduled between March 4 and April 15. Registered attendees for cancelled events have/will receive emails with details. Be sure to check the SLS Calendar for our current list of scheduled events.

Access full event calendar here.

Alumni Weekend 2020 is October 15-18!

If you are in a reunion year, keep an eye out for an email about your classbook!

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