Emphasis Added

The Regulation of Social Media and Privacy in the Internet Age with Joe Cosgrove Jr

April 18, 2022 Houston Law Review Season 3 Episode 12
Emphasis Added
The Regulation of Social Media and Privacy in the Internet Age with Joe Cosgrove Jr
Show Notes

Emphasis Added is a podcast by the Houston Law Review. Check out this episode in video on YouTube at https://youtu.be/YQHjYq-s_Sk

On this month's episode of Emphasis Added, future hosts Brock Jones and Matt Chelf joined me to speak with University of Texas School of Law Professor Joe Cosgrove, Jr. about the regulation of social media and privacy rights. Professor Cosgrove has over 35 years of legislative, regulatory, and legal experience including time spent as legal counsel for AT&T. Professor Cosgrove currently teaches Internet and Telecommunications Regulation at Texas Law, and has written on internet law topics like Section 230 and Net Neutrality. We discussed topics like what laws currently govern social media content and why some social media companies might be advocating for stricter regulation, what rights customers really have to their privacy, and what the future of the internet age looks like.

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