Catherine Crump and Deirdre Mulligan cited by Ars Technica, Jan. 6, 2017
Catherine Crump … told the commission that the ordinance it has drafted “is thorough, clear, comprehensive, and has the potential to be adopted nationwide.”
Other members include fellow Oaklanders, representatives from the Oakland Police Department and city administrator’s office, and Deirdre Mulligan, a law professor at UC Berkeley.
Deirdre Mulligan and Kenneth Bamberger write for Law.com, March 18, 2016
These wars will determine how American society weighs, layers and protects a range of important priorities, including privacy, national security, consumer security, free speech, intellectual property, and innovation.
Deirdre Mulligan quoted in The New York Times, March 1, 2016
The Federal Communications Commission updated CALEA-related regulations in 2005 to extend the government’s sway to voice-over-Internet phone services. Moves to expand it further, however, have fizzled, according to a report by the Congressional Research Service. …“This is a power that Congress has had numerous opportunities to extend and has chosen not to,” said Mulligan.
Deirdre Mulligan quoted in San Jose Mercury News, Feb. 21, 2016
The global implication of this case is that “our devices will be built in a way that allows evidence gathering,” said Deirdre Mulligan. … “Once we introduce vulnerability into the network, it can make different sorts of attacks possible.”
Deirdre Mulligan quoted in Los Angeles Times, Feb. 18, 2016
“This is a really important moment in corporate leadership,” she said. “It’s certainly one of the things he’ll be remembered for.”
Deirdre Mulligan quoted in The Daily Californian, Sept. 21, 2015
“It’s instrumentally important that universities be a part of a conversation,” said Deirdre Mulligan. … “It’s very useful for the university to be transparent.”
Deirdre Mulligan quoted in Los Angeles Times, August 18, 2015
David Oppenheimer and Deirdre Mulligan quoted in The New York Times, July 9, 2015
“Even if they are not designed with the intent of discriminating against those groups, if they reproduce social preferences even in a completely rational way, they also reproduce those forms of discrimination,” said David Oppenheimer.
“The question of determining which kinds of biases we don’t want to tolerate is a policy one,” said Deirdre Mulligan…. “It requires a lot of care and thinking about the ways we compose these technical systems.”
Deirdre Mulligan quoted in The Wall Street Journal, October 28, 2014
“These companies have stuck their necks up above the pack, making a market play as privacy-preserving apps without investing the technical resources to back up their promises,” Mulligan said, referring to both Snapchat and Whisper.
Deirdre Mulligan and Kenneth Bamberger cited in The Privacy Advisor, July 23, 2014
“There’s an enormous interest … to really learn not just privacy law on the books but, as Deirdre Mulligan and Kenneth Bamberger would say, ‘privacy on the ground.’”