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Amit Elazari, Dr. (JSD)
Amit Elazari, Dr. (JSD)
OpenPolicy & UC Berkeley School of Information, UC Berkeley School of Law, Reichman University (RU
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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
2412018
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
1982019
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
1582019
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
612019
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
552020
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
392019
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
352020
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
182020
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
112022
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
92020
Bug {Hunters’} Perspectives on the Challenges and Benefits of the Bug Bounty Ecosystem
O Akgul, T Eghtesad, A Elazari, O Gnawali, J Grossklags, ML Mazurek, ...
32nd USENIX Security Symposium (USENIX Security 23), 2275-2291, 2023
82023
We need bug bounties for bad algorithms
AEB On
MOTHERBOARD VICE (May 3, 2018), https://motherboard. vice. com/en_us/article …, 2018
82018
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 5, 2019
62019
Private ordering shaping cybersecurity policy: The case of bug bounties
A Elazari
An edited, final version of this paper in Rewired: Cybersecurity Governance …, 2019
52019
Hacking the Law: Are Bug Bounties a True Safe Harbor?
A Elazari
Enigma 2018 (Enigma 2018), 2018
32018
The law and economics of bug bounties
A Elazari
22018
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
Failures of dynamic control systems
LJ Camp, G Amvrosiadis, AR Butt, V Tarasov, E Zadok, M Zhao, ...
12019
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