Kenneth Bamberger and Deirdre Mulligan write for TIME, March 29, 2017
In the long run, our democratic institutions and civil society offer the best defense against runaway machines and misbehaving spy agencies. In the meantime, follow the smart teenagers’ example. Buy a roll of tape.
Kenneth Bamberger and Deirdre Mulligan cited by Slate, Jan. 24, 2017
As professors Kenneth Bamberger and Deirdre Mulligan show in their book Privacy on the Ground. … FTC pressure has been integral to the development of a corporate attitude toward privacy that goes beyond mere compliance with the law and instead actively promotes and protects the interests of consumers. As Bamberger and Mulligan note, the threat of FTC oversight has helped generate “more forward-thinking and dynamic approaches to privacy policies.”
Kenneth Bamberger quoted by jWeekly.com, Dec. 15, 2016
As Bamberger notes, Cal’s scholarly approach to the study of Israel has mellowed the campus climate by “creating multiple ongoing opportunities for students and faculty to delve deeply into the range of aspects of Israeli society and engage intellectually. That’s what universities do well.”
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.
Kenneth Bamberger interviewed by Dutch National Public Radio, Oct. 28, 2015
“Privacy regimes in both the European Union and the United States don’t deliver what they promise. They both need to be strengthened. The E.U. has a long way to go, as well.”
Kenneth Bamberger quoted in Daily Journal (registration required), April 28, 2015
The event, which kicked off Monday, comes at a “profoundly relevant time” because the last remaining Holocaust survivors and Nazis will likely all be dead within a decade, said Kenneth Bamberger. … “Soon there will be physically no one left to talk about this major crime.”
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.’”
Kenneth Bamberger quoted in The Daily Californian, July 2, 2014
“The decision goes to suggest that a corporation could claim they don’t believe in medical intervention and deny medical care to employees,” Bamberger said. “Corporations might say they aren’t going to follow the health care and equality laws that oppose their religious beliefs.”
Kenneth Bamberger interviewed on Marketplace Morning Report, May 14, 2014
In the U.S., what’s stronger is “a commitment to free speech, free communication, free content, which very often has deleterious effects for individuals’ privacy,” says Ken Bamberger, a professor of law at UC Berkeley, who says much of the disagreement is rooted in tradition.
Jesse Choper and Kenneth Bamberger quoted in San Francisco Chronicle, April 11, 2014
Jesse Choper, a constitutional law professor at UC Berkeley and a self-described moderate, said the court’s free-speech priorities seem skewed. “Protecting dissidents is more central to the First Amendment’s free-speech clause than simply offensive speech,” because a diversity of opinions promotes democracy, he said.
Another Berkeley law professor, Kenneth Bamberger, said the court has been unsympathetic to free speech “where the government is acting as the authority.”