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Amit Elazari, Dr. (JSD)
Amit Elazari, Dr. (JSD)
UC Berkeley School of Information, UC Berkeley School of Law, Reichman University (RU), Israel
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“Won’t somebody think of the children?” examining COPPA compliance at scale
I Reyes, P Wijesekera, J Reardon, A Elazari Bar On, A Razaghpanah, ...
The 18th Privacy Enhancing Technologies Symposium (PETS 2018), 2018
1542018
50 ways to leak your data: An exploration of apps' circumvention of the android permissions system
J Reardon, Á Feal, P Wijesekera, AEB On, N Vallina-Rodriguez, ...
28th USENIX Security Symposium (USENIX Security 19), 603-620, 2019
1132019
User Attitudes towards Algorithmic Opacity and Transparency in Online Reviewing Platforms
M Eslami, K Vaccaro, MK Lee, A Elazari, E Gilbert, K Karahalios
Submitted to the Human Factors in Computing Systems Conference (CHI), 2019
822019
On the ridiculousness of notice and consent: Contradictions in app privacy policies
E Okoyomon, N Samarin, P Wijesekera, A Elazari Bar On, ...
Workshop on Technology and Consumer Protection (ConPro 2019), in conjunction …, 2019
312019
The price is (not) right: Comparing privacy in free and paid apps
C Han, I Reyes, Á Feal, J Reardon, P Wijesekera, N Vallina-Rodriguez, ...
Proceedings on Privacy Enhancing Technologies 2020 (3), 2020
292020
Do you get what you pay for? comparing the privacy behaviors of free vs. paid apps
C Han, I Reyes, A Elazari Bar On, J Reardon, A Feal, S Egelman, ...
Workshop on Technology and Consumer Protection (ConPro 2019), in conjunction …, 2019
212019
Can you pay for privacy? consumer expectations and the behavior of free and paid apps
KA Bamberger, S Egelman, C Han, AE Bar On, I Reyes
Berkeley Tech. LJ 35, 327, 2020
192020
Unconscionability 2.0 and the IP Boilerplate: A Revised Doctrine of Unconscionability for the Information Age
AEB On
Berkeley Technology Law Journal 34 (2), 138, 2020
92020
We need bug bounties for bad algorithms
AEB On
Motherboard (May 3, 2018) https://www. vice. com/en/article/8xkyj3/we-need-bug, 2018
62018
The Hackers’ Viewpoint: Exploring Challenges and Benefits of Bug-Bounty Programs
O Akgul, T Eghtesad, A Elazari, O Gnawali, J Grossklags, D Votipka, ...
wsiw2020, 2020
22020
Private ordering shaping cybersecurity policy: The case of bug bounties
A Elazari
An edited, final version of this paper in Rewired: Cybersecurity Governance …, 2019
22019
Do you get what you pay for
C Han, I Reyes, AEB On, J Reardon, Á Feal, S Egelman, ...
Comparing the privacy behaviors of free vs. paid apps, 2019
22019
Private Ordering Shaping Cybersecurity Policy: The Case of Bug Bounties
A Elazari Bar On
Rewired: Cybersecurity Governance, 231-264, 2018
22018
Bug Bounty Programs as a Corporate Governance ‘Best Practice’Mechanism
A Elazari Bar On
Berkeley Technology Law Journal Blog, 2017
22017
Copyright and the Greater System of Rights: Utilizing Contractual Concepts to Solve Intellectual Property Problems in Standard-Form Contracts
AEB On
Intellectual Property Journal 29 (1), 83, 2016
22016
A Penny for Their Creations—Apprising Users’ Value of Copyrights in Their Social Media Content
U Hacohen, A Elazari, T Schwartz-Maor
Berkeley Technology Law Journal 36 (1), 511, 2022
12022
AFOG workshop panel 2: Automated decision-making is imperfect, but it’s arguably an improvement over biased human decision-making
D Mulligan, A Elazari, J Burrell, D Kluttz
Technical Report. University of California, Berkeley, 2018
12018
Hacking the Law: Are Bug Bounties a True Safe Harbor?
A Elazari
Enigma 2018 (Enigma 2018), 2018
12018
Unconscionability 2.0 and the IP Boilerplate: A Revised Doctrine of Unconscionability for the Information Age
A Elazari
eScholarship, University of California, 2018
2018
The Law and Economics of Bug Bounties
AEB On
2018
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