Jurisprudence Leading Case

Twitter, Inc. v. Taamneh

Vol. 137 No. 1 Quantum physicists recognize that the very act of observing causes an inevitable “disturbance of the object observed.” The Supreme Court can sometimes resemble a...
Content Moderation Article

Content Moderation as Systems Thinking

Vol. 136 No. 2 This Article argues that content moderation should instead be understood as a project of mass speech administration and that looking past a post-by-post evaluation of platform decisionmaking reveals a complex and dynamic system that needs a more proactive and continuous form of governance than the vehicle of individual error correction allows.
Regulation Note

The Awareness Doctrine

Vol. 135 No. 7 The state of news media leaves much to be desired. Traditional broadcast mediums are dominated by a select few voices that overwhelmingly push partisan...