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Safe, secure: Mitigating abuses of encrypted #SocialMedia communication, while ensuring user privacy, is the focus of a $3M @NSF grant to a multidisciplinary @Cornell research team. @cornell_tech @CornellCIS @CornellCALS @CornellLaw https://news.cornell.edu/stories/2021/09/project-aims-prevent-abuse-encrypted-communication
Whether you are joining us in person or virtually, we can't wait to celebrate #Cornell2020 at Schoelkopf Stadium this Sunday, September 19 🎓🎉
Explore check-in details, the commencement schedule, and public health guidelines here. https://alumni.cornell.edu/come-back/homecoming/class-2020-commencement-ceremony/?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social
On September 9, #CornellLawSchool hosted the fourth meeting of Civil Discourse: The Peter '69 and Marilyn '69 Coors Conversation Series featuring Cornel West and Robert P. George. Read the full story here: http://ow.ly/sl3R50G9WpE
Professor Valerie Hans has co-authored a white paper that examines the reasons behind the decline of the civil jury, discusses the many benefits of the institution, and offers research-based recommendations for reviving it. @jurygirltweet @BerkeleyLaw http://ow.ly/44AQ50G9dAM
A first-of-its-kind Global Strategic Litigation Council for Refugee Rights comprised of more than two dozen refugee rights groups was launched today w/ leadership and support from #CornellLawSchool’s Migration and Human Rights Program and Prof @ianmkysel. http://ow.ly/1DuW50G933C
BREAKING! So very excited to announce the launch of the NEW! Global Strategic Litigation Council for Refugee Rights (GSLC). A full announcement is here: https://zolberginstitute.org/initiatives/gslc/
We remember the lives lost on September 11, 2001.
With moments of silence and the tolling of chimes, the Cornell community solemnly came together this morning at the Sesquicentennial Grove to observe the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. https://news.cornell.edu/stories/2021/09/cornell-marks-20th-anniversary-911-attacks
In this @washingtonpost essay, #CornellLawSchool professor Aziz Rana discusses the 9/11 attacks and offers insight into how we can reflect on this tragic event twenty years later. #september11 http://ow.ly/1yYK50G7f3y
Robert Hockett, prof @CornellLaw, says, “It's basically legally impossible because... the United States has the legal authority to freeze assets that were held by a government when that government is replaced by a non-government.” By @natmusumeci https://www.businessinsider.com/taliban-has-almost-no-chance-getting-afghan-banks-reserves-2021-9
“Coinbase isn’t lending here, it’s borrowing. And the idea that borrowing can’t involve the issuance of a security is demonstrably false,” says #CornellLawSchool professor Dan Awrey (@DanAwrey) via @washingtonpost. http://ow.ly/p6ai50G78BZ