The Center for Technology, Innovation and Competition and Warren Center for Network and Data Sciences will fund grants to support research on the economics of digital services. This program is made possible by a grant from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.
Broadband expansion, in rural areas especially, is a key component of the infrastructure package proposed by the Biden Administration. Penn professors identify the monumental task at hand.
Soojin Jeong L’23 will work for the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC), and William Weber L’23 will work with the DOJ’s Antitrust Division.
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The University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School’s CTIC Public Interest Fellowships are open to 1L and 2L students.
Herbert Hovenkamp talks with Wharton Business Daily on SiriusXM about Parler’s antitrust lawsuit against Amazon
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The Center for Technology, Innovation and Competition (CTIC) and Warren Center for Network & Data Sciences of the University of Pennsylvania are pleased to announce the nine exceptional projects that will receive grants as part of its new project on “The Economics of Digital Services,” a new initiative to promote research on digital platforms.
The Law School and CTIC are pleased to announce the sixth year of the CTIC Interdisciplinary Scholarship Program, a competitive program that awards scholarships to JD students pursuing joint degrees in law and technology.
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As a member of PIT-UN, the University deepens its investment in STEM training for the public good
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The University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School’s Center for Technology, Innovation & Competition (CTIC) has awarded the CTIC Summer Public Interest Fellowships to students Gerald Adams L’22 and Joshua Burd L’22.
The scholarship supports students pursuing joint degrees in law and technology
Grant to provide a basis for evidence-based decision-making regarding the economics of digital services. The grant will provide general support for CTIC to research and develop policy on digital vertical integration and the competitive advantages of scale in the digital economy.
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Under the umbrella of the Center for Technology, Innovation & Competition (CTIC) and its associated faculty, research, teaching, and events, Penn Law rose from number 16 to a tie for number 8 in the 2020 U.S. News & World Report law school specialty rankings for intellectual property.
The CTIC Summer Public Interest Fellowship funds internships with public interest or government organizations that are doing work relevant to CTIC’s focus in technology policy, intellectual property, cyber law, privacy, and related fields.
On December 5th, a panel of antitrust law experts spoke on several trending topics in recent antitrust legislation, including the case of Ohio v. American Express.
Panelists Shyamkrishna Balganesh, Professor of Law at Penn and Co-Director of CTIC, Corinne Militello L’07, Counsel at Ballard Spahr, and Peter Decherney, Penn Professor of Cinema & Media Studies and English, considered the DMCA from their personal experiences with copyright law.
Penn Law and the Center for Technology, Innovation and Competition offer $40,000 scholarship to support students pursuing joint degrees in law and technology
Christina Chen L’20 and Vivek Kembaiyan L’20 will spend the summer providing pro-bono legal services to clients on issues relating to the internet, new technology, and intellectual property.
Professor Christopher Yoo is prominently cited in the judicial decision approving the AT&T/Time Warner merger, one of the most closely watched cases of the year.
Penn Law’s 11 cross-disciplinary academic centers and institutes promote research that yield solutions in law and policy.
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Penn Law and the Center for Technology, Innovation & Competition (CTIC) are pleased to announce the third year of the CTIC Interdisciplinary Scholars Program, a competitive scholarship awarded to JD students pursuing a joint degree in law and technology.
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The Center for Technology, Innovation and Competition’s 1 World Connected project analyizes which innovative approaches to increasing internet connectivity are more effective and efficient. In this video feature, fellows Müge Haseki and Sharada Srinivasan discuss the research and fieldwork they conducted in Rwanda on connectivity and its impacts.
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On October 4, a panel of professors at Penn Law discussed six possible patent law cases for the U.S. Supreme Court’s upcoming term.
The coming together of law and technology and what it heralds for students and society.
Christopher Yoo and Timothy Pfenninger publish a response to their recent study.
University of Pennsylvania Law School Professor Christopher Yoo and co-author Timothy Pfenninger released the first comprehensive study of the financial viability of America’s municipal fiber networks — “Municipal Fiber in the United States: An Empirical Assessment of Financial Performance.”
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Penn Law professor Christopher S. Yoo is one of 29 members of the newly created Broadband Deployment Advisory Committee.
A new project conducted jointly by Penn Law, the Center for Technology, Innovation & Competition, and Penn Engineering is exploring the developments and challenges of securing cyber-physical systems and ensuring their users’ privacy.
1 World Connected, a new project from Penn Law’s Center for Technology, Innovation and Competition, is studying the best ways to provide Internet access to the half of the world’s people who are not online.
Penn Law and the Center for Technology, Innovation & Competition are pleased to announce the second year of the CTIC Scholars Program, a competitive scholarship to be awarded to JD students pursuing a joint degree in law and technology.
Penn Law’s Center for Technology, Innovation and Competition, Penn Law professors Christopher Yoo and Jonathan Klick, and Wharton professor Joseph Harrington are joining with scholars from China and Europe to launch a three-year study comparing antitrust law in China, Europe, and the United States.
The Law School and its centers and institutes added new faculty, fellows, and staff members this academic year.
Penn Law’s CTIC Fellows, Bryan Choi and Camilla Hrdy, will be taking full-time academic positions next year. Choi has taken a joint appointment at the College of Law and the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the Ohio State University; Hrdy will be an assistant professor at the University of Akron Law School.
Penn Law and the Center for Technology, Innovation & Competition have awarded CTIC Scholarships to two first-year students at the Law School, Teddi Anne Josephson and Anna Marion.
In the wake of the recent attacks in Paris Jeffrey Vagle spoke about the USA Freedom Act, encryption backdoors, and how we should be discussing the balance between security and civil liberties.
Penn Law and the Center for Technology, Innovation & Competition have created the CTIC Scholars Program, a competitive scholarship to be awarded to JD students pursuing a joint degree in law and technology.
Penn Law’s Jeffrey Vagle, the Executive Director of the Center for Technology, Innovation & Competition, talks about the current state of surveillance law, what legal developments to look to in the future, and the challenges of balancing security and civil liberties.
Two Penn Law teams won the Western Regional Competition of the American Intellectual Property Law Association Giles Sutherland Rich Memorial Moot Court Competition.
Jeffrey Vagle, Executive Director of CTIC, was part of two amicus briefs filed by the Electronic Frontier Foundation in the case United States v. Gilberto Valle.
At a recent panel discussion, “Cybersecurity and Law Enforcement Back Doors,” two Penn experts on cybersecurity explored the little-understood legal and technical issues surrounding such questions. The panelists — Jeffrey Vagle, a lecturer at the University of Pennsylvania Law School, and Matt Blaze, a professor at Penn’s School of Engineering and Applied Science — agreed that “back doors,” however well-intentioned, could wind up raising security risks.
The Center for Technology, Innovation and Competition (CTIC) at the University of Pennsylvania Law School has appointed Jeffrey Vagle as the Center’s first Executive Director.
Professor Yoo released a study that finds Europe lags behind the United States in high-speed broadband deployment, investment, and usage. The analysis also looks at the data disparities in the context of the different regulatory approaches in the U.S. and in Europe, finding that the EU’s telephone-era, public utility treatment of broadband has resulted in stagnation.
In a video feature, Prof. Christopher Yoo discusses his work and research in technology policy.
Academic recognition usually takes longer, but at the University of Pennsylvania Law School, five years is more time than it took for the Center for Technology, Innovation and Competition (CTIC) to establish itself as a leading academic center at the intersection of technology and public policy.
In a new paper, “Network Neutrality and the Need for a Technological Turn in Internet Scholarship,” Yoo calls for those engaged in debates over Internet regulation to develop a better grasp of the network’s underlying architecture and technology.