Wissenschaftler gegen Überwachung Der Aufruf im Wortlaut

Sie protestieren gegen die systematische Verletzung von Grundrechten durch die Massenüberwachung im Netz: 207 renommierte Wissenschaftler fordern, die Demokratie im digitalen Zeitalter zu verteidigen. SPIEGEL ONLINE dokumentiert den Aufruf.


In diesem Sommer wurde bekannt, vor allem dank Edward Snowden, dass US- und europäische Geheimdienste die Massenüberwachung von Hunderten von Millionen Menschen betreiben.

Geheimdienste überwachen die Internet-Nutzung, Telefonanrufe, E-Mails, Facebook-Einträge, Zahlungsdetails und weit mehr. Die Dienste haben auch persönliche Informationen gesammelt, indem sie auf den internen Datenverkehr von Unternehmen wie Google und Yahoo zugriffen. Skype-Telefonate sind für Überwachung "leicht zugänglich". Geheimdienste haben absichtlich Verschlüsselungsstandards geschwächt. Jene Verfahren, die unsere Online-Banking-Anwendungen und unsere Patientendaten schützen solle. Dies sind nur einige Beispiele. Alles in allem: Die Welt wird in einem beispiellosen Maß überwacht.

Das muss aufhören.

Das Recht auf Privatsphäre ist ein Grundrecht. Es wird von internationalen Verträgen geschützt, zum Beispiel vom Internationale Pakt über bürgerliche und politische Rechte und von der Europäischen Menschenrechtskonvention. Ohne Privatsphäre können Menschen ihre Meinung nicht frei äußern, sie können Informationen nicht frei suchen und empfangen. Zudem verkehrt die Massenüberwachung die Unschuldsvermutung in eine Schuldvermutung. Niemand bestreitet, dass die nationale Sicherheit geschützt werden muss, dass öffentliche Sicherheit und die Aufdeckung von Straftaten wichtige Güter sind. Aber die aktuelle geheime und unbeschränkte Überwachungspraxis verletzt die Grundrechte und die Rechtsstaatlichkeit, sie untergräbt die Demokratie.

Die Unterzeichner dieser Erklärung rufen die Nationalstaaten zum Handeln auf. Geheimdienste müssen transparent arbeiten und Rechenschaft schuldig sein. Menschen müssen frei von Massenüberwachung durch Geheimdienste ihrer oder anderer Staaten leben. Staaten müssen die Grundrechte und Grundfreiheiten aller Menschen schützen, insbesondere die Privatsphäre aller Menschen.

Der Aufruf der Autorengruppe Academics Against Mass Surveillance wurde auf Initiative von Nico van Eijk, Beate Roessler, Manon Oostveen und Frederik Zuiderveen Borgesius veröffentlicht.

Die Erstunterzeichner:

Australien

  • Roy Baker (Lecturer, Macquarie Law School, Macquarie University)
  • Angela Daly (Research Fellow, Swinburne University of Technology)
  • Andrew Roberts (Senior Lecturer, Melbourne Law School, Melbourne University)

Österreich

  • Wolfgang Hofkirchner (Associate Professor, Vienna University of Technology)
  • Sarah Spiekermann (Professor for Information Systems, Vienna University of Economics and Business)

Belgien

  • Ludo Abicht (Professor Department of International Relations, University of Antwerp)
  • Daniel de Beer (Researcher, Research Group on Law Science Technology & Society, Vrije Universiteit Brussel)
  • Rosamunde van Brakel (PhD researcher Surveillance Studies and Criminology, Vrije Universiteit Brussel)
  • Eva Brems (Professor Human Rights Centre, Ghent University)
  • Jenneke Christiaens (Professor of Law and Criminology, Vrije Universiteit Brussel)
  • Eric Corijn (Professor Social and Cultural Geography, Vrije Universiteit Brussel)
  • Tom Daems (Lecturer in Criminology and Sociology of Law, Ghent University)
  • Marie-Sophie Devresse (Professor of Law, Université catholique de Louvain)
  • Claudia Diaz (Assistant Professor Computer Security and Industrial Cryptography, KU Leuven)
  • Els Dumortier (Professor Department of Criminology, Vrije Universiteit Brussel)
  • Daniel de Beer (Researcher, Research Group on Law Science Technology & Society, Vrije Universiteit Brussel)
  • Gloria Gonzalez Fuster (Researcher, Research Group on Law Science Technology & Society, Vrije Universiteit Brussel)
  • Serge Gutwirth (Professor of Human Rights, Comparative law, Legal Theory and Methodology, Vrije Universiteit Brussel)
  • Paul de Hert (Professor, Criminal Law, Vrije Universiteit Brussel)
  • Diete Humblet (Ph.D Researcher, Department of Criminology, Vrije Universiteit Brussel)
  • Dan Kaminski (Professor of Criminology, Université catholique de Louvain)
  • Margo de Koster (Professor of Historical Criminology, Vrije Universiteit Brussel)
  • Laurens Lavrysen (Ph.D Researcher, Human Rights Centre, Ghent University)
  • Hans Lammerant (Researcher, Research Group on Law Science Technology & Society, Vrije Universiteit Brussel)
  • Philippe Mary (Professor of Criminology, Université Libre de Bruxelles)
  • Saïla Ouald Chaib (Ph.D researcher, Human Rights Centre, Ghent University)
  • Paul Ponsaers (Emeritus Professor, Ghent University)
  • Yves Poullet (Professor of Law, University of Namur)
  • Bertrand Renard (Visiting Professor, Law and Criminology, Université catholique de Louvain)
  • Herwig Reynaert (Professor & Dean, Faculty of Political and Social Sciences, Ghent University)
  • Antoinette Rouvroy (FNRS Research Associate, Research Centre Information, Law and Society, University of Namur)
  • Bart de Schutter (Emeritus Professor of Law, Vrije Universiteit Brussel)
  • Olivier de Schutter (Professor, Université catholique de Louvain)
  • Anne-Lise Sibony (Professor of European Law, University of Liège)
  • Laurent de Sutter (FWO Senior Researcher, Free University Brussels; Visiting Honorary Research Scholar, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law)
  • Peggy Valcke (Professor in Law, KU Leuven)
  • Antoinette Verhage (Postdoc Researcher, Department of Criminal Law and Criminology; Director Institute for Urban Security & Policing Studies, Ghent University)
  • Gert Vermeulen (Professor of International and European criminal law, Ghent University)
  • Dirk Voorhoof (Professor of Media Law, Ghent University)
  • Isabelle Wattier (Maître de conférences invitee, Université catholique de Louvain)
  • David Wright (Managing Partner, Trilateral Research, London; Researcher, Free University Brussels)

Dänemark:

  • Peter Blume (Professor of Data Protection Law, University of Copenhagen)
  • Carsten Bagge Laustsen (Associate Professor, Department of Political Science and Government, Aarhus University)
  • Anna Leander (Professor (MSO), Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy, Copenhagen Business School)

Deutschland:

  • Marion Albers (Professor of Public Law, Information and Communication Law, Health law and Theory of Law, Hamburg University)
  • Ulrich Beck (Professor of Sociology, University of Munich and London School of Economics)
  • Maria Beimborn (International Center for Ethics in Sciences and Humanities, University of Tübingen)
  • Franziska Boehm (Assistant Professor for IT-Law, University of Münster)
  • Rainer Böhme (Professor of IT Security, University of Münster)
  • Steffen Burkhardt (Professor of Media and Cultural Theory, Hamburg University of Applied Sciences)
  • Wolfgang Coy (Professor of Informatics, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)
  • Michael Friedewald (Head of ICT Research Unit, Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research)
  • Christoph Gossing (Research Assistant, Universität Trier)
  • Axel Groenemeyer (Professor Theorie und Empirie der Sozialpädagogik, Dortmund University)
  • Jessica Heesen (Research Associate, Interdepartmental Centre for Ethics in the Sciences and Humanities, University of Tübingen)
  • Thomas Hoeren (Professor of Information, Media and Business Law, University of Münster)
  • Christian Joerges (Professor of Law and Society, Hertie School of Governance; Research Professor, University of Bremen, Centre of European Law and Politics)
  • Katrin Kämpf (Research Assistant, Media Studies, University of Paderborn)
  • Johannes Kaspar (Professor of Criminal Law, University of Augsburg)
  • Wolfgang Kilian (Professor Emeritus for Legal Informatics, Legal Theory and Civil Law, Leibniz-University Hanover)
  • Jan Krämer (Associate Professor; Head of Research Group Telecommunications Markets, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)
  • Thomas Lemke (Professor of Sociology, Goethe-Universität Frankfurt)
  • Kai von Lewinski (Associate Professor (Privatdozent), Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)
  • Alexander May (Professor of Cryptology, Ruhr University Bochum)
  • Franz Mayer (Professor, Chair of Public Law, European Law, Comparative Law, Law and Politics, University of Bielefeld)
  • Maximilian Mayer (Senior Fellow, Center for Global Studies, University of Bonn)
  • Thomas Meier (Professor of Pre- and Protohistory, Ruprecht-Karls-University, Heidelberg)
  • Axel Metzger (Professor of Civil Law, Intellectual Property, Information Technology Law and Private International Law, University of Hanover)
  • Christof Paar (Professor, Chair for Embedded Security, Ruhr University Bochum)
  • Benjamin Rampp (Research Associate, Interdepartmental Centre for Ethics in the Sciences and Humanities, University of Tübingen)
  • Kai Rannenberg (Professor Mobile Business & Multilateral Security, Goethe University Frankfurt)
  • Theo Röhle (Research Associate, Braunschweig University of Art)
  • Alexander Rossnagel (Professor of Public Law, University of Kassel)
  • Heidi Schäfer (Fellow at the International Centre of Ethics in The Sciences and Humanities, University of Tübingen)
  • Britta Schinzel (Professor of Informatics and Society, University of Freiburg)
  • Christoph Sorge (Juniorprofessor at the Computer Science Department, University of Paderborn)
  • Indra Spiecker (Professor of Law, Goethe University Frankfurt)
  • Thorsten Strufe (Professor for Peer-to-Peer Networks, TU Darmstadt)
  • Gerd Stumme (Professor of Computer Science, Universität Kassel)
  • Michael Waidner (Professor for Security in Information Technology, Technische Universität Darmstadt; Director, Fraunhofer Institute for Secure Information Technology)
  • Jutta Weber (Professor for Media Studies, University of Paderborn)
  • Jan Wehrheim (Institut für Soziale Arbeit und Sozialpolitik, Universität Duisburg-Essen
  • Heinrich Amadeus Wolff (Professor of Public Law, Europa-Universität Viadrina Frankfurt Oder)
  • Nils Zurawski (Professor of Criminology, Universität Hamburg)

Finnland:

  • Kai Kimppa (Post-Doctoral Researcher of IT and Ethics Turku School of Economics, University of Turku)

Frankreich:

  • Alberto Alemanno (Jean Monnet Professor of EU Law & Risk Regulation, HEC Paris; Global Clinical Professor, New York University)
  • Emma Bell (Senior Lecturer, University of Savoie)
  • Didier Bigo (Director of the Centre d' etudes sur les Conflits, la Liberté, la Sécurité (CCLS); Professor Department of war Studies King's College London; Research professor (MCU) Sciences Po Paris)
  • Paul Egré (Centre Nationale de la Recherche Scientifique, Visiting Assistant Professor, New York University)
  • Rafael Munagorri (Professor of Law, Université de Nantes)
  • Gloria Origgi (Centre Nationale de la Recherche Scientifique and EHESS, Paris)
  • Philippe Schlenker (Centre Nationale de la Recherche Scientifique, Global Distinguished Professor, New York University)
  • Anastassia Tsoukala (Associate Professor Criminology, University of Paris XI)

Griechenland:

  • Maria Bottis (Assistant Professor, Ionian University)
  • George Katrougalos (Professor of Public Law, Demokritos University)
  • Minas Samatas (Professor of Political Sociology, University of Crete)

Großbritannien:

  • Kristie Ball (Reader in Surveillance and Organization, Open University Business School)
  • Paul Bernal (Lecturer, UEA Law School, University of East Anglia)
  • David Berry (Reader in School of Media, Film and Music, University of Sussex)
  • Eerke Boiten (Senior Lecturer and Director of Centre for Cyber Security Research, University of Kent)
  • Ian Brown (Associate Director of Oxford University's Cyber Security Centre)
  • Roger Brownsword (Professor of Law, King's College London)
  • Victoria Canning (Senior Lecturer in Criminology, Liverpool John Moores University)
  • Simon Davies (London School of Economics, Information Systems and Innovation Group)
  • Lilian Edwards (Professor of E-Governance, Strathclyde University)
  • Karen Evans (Senior Lecturer in Sociology, Social Policy and Criminology, University of Liverpool)
  • Nicola Green (Senior Lecturer in Sociology, University of Surrey)
  • Thomas Gross (Director Centre for Cybercrime and Computer Security; Lecturer Security, Privacy and Trust, Newcastle University)
  • Andres Guadamuz (Senior Lecturer in Intellectual Property Law, University of Sussex)
  • David Harper (Reader in Clinical Psychology, University of East London)
  • Ben Hayes (Fellow Transnational Institute)
  • Jim Hollinshead (Senior Lecturer in Criminology, Liverpool John Moores University)
  • Douwe Korff (Professor International Law, London Metropolitan University)
  • Sylvia Kierkegaard (Professor, Cyber Security Research - EPSRC/GCHQ and ILaws, University of Southampton)
  • Bev Littlewood (Professor of Software Engineering, City University London)
  • Fiona de Londras (Professor of Law, Durham University; Co-Director, Durham Human Rights Centre)
  • Chris Marsden (Professor of Media Law, University of Sussex)
  • Karen Mc Cullagh (Lecturer in Law, University of East Anglia)
  • Andrew McStay (Lecturer in Media Culture, Bangor University)
  • Mike Nellis (Emeritus Professor Criminal and Community Justice, University of Strathclyde)
  • Clive Norris (Professor of Sociology, The University of Sheffield)
  • Charles Raab (Professor of Government, School of Social and Political Science, University of Edinburgh)
  • Massimo Ragnedda (Lecturer in Mass Communication, Department of Media and Communication Design, Northumbria University, Newcastle upon Tyne)
  • Ana Ramalho (Associate Professor, University of South Wales)
  • Judith Rauhofer (Lecturer in IT Law, University of Edinburgh)
  • Brian Randell (Emeritus Professor of Computing Science, Newcastle University)
  • Burkhard Schafer (Professor of Computational Legal Theory and Director SCRIPT Centre for IT and IP, University of Edinburgh)
  • Joe Sim (Professor of Criminology, Liverpool John Moores University)
  • Ann Singleton (Senior Research Fellow, University of Bristol)
  • Steve Tombs (Professor of Criminology, The Open University)
  • Waqas Tufail (Lecturer in Criminology, Manchester Metropolitan University)
  • Luca Viganò (Professor of Computer Science, King's College London)
  • Ian Walden (Professor of Information and Communications Law, Queen Mary University of London)
  • Lynne Wrennall (Senior Lecturer in Criminology, Liverpool John Moores University)
  • Joss Wright (University of Oxford, Oxford Internet Institute)

Hongkong:

  • Marcelo Thompson (Assistant Professor of Law, Hong Kong University)

Irland:

  • Paddy Hillyard (Professor Emeritus Queen's University, Belfast)
  • TJ McIntyre (Lecturer in Law, University College Dublin)

Italien:

  • Giusella Finocchiaro (Professor of Internet Law and Private Law, University of Bologna)
  • Chiaria Fonio (Senior Researcher in Sociology, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore Milan)
  • Juan Carlos de Martin (Associate Professor; Co-director Nexa Center for Internet & Society, Polytechnic University of Turin)
  • Ugo Pagallo (Professor of Jurisprudence, University of Torino)
  • Marco Ricolfi (Professor of Intellectual Property, Turin University)
  • Alessandro Spina (Fellow in Economic Law, Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Milan)
  • Francesca Vianello (Lecturer in Sociology of deviance, European group for the study of deviance and social control, University of Padua, Italy)

Japan:

  • Itsuko Yamaguchi (Professor of Information Law and Policy, University of Tokyo)

Kanada:

  • Jennifer Barrigar (Professor, Law & Legal Studies, Carleton University)
  • Colin Benett (Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Victoria)
  • Greg Elmer (Professor of Media, Ryerson University)
  • David Lyon (Professor, Queen's Research Chair in Surveillance Studies, Queen's University)
  • David Murakami Wood (Canada Research Chair (Tier II) in Surveillance Studies; Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, Queen's University)
  • Valerie Steeves (Associate Professor of Criminology, University of Ottawa)
  • Roel Vertegaal (Professor of Human-Computer Interaction, Queen's University)

Luxemburg:

  • Peter Ryan (Professor of Applied Security, University of Luxembourg)

Niederlande:

  • Bodó Balázs (University of Amsterdam, Institute for Information Law)
  • Britta Böhler (Professor of Legal Practice, University of Amsterdam)
  • Arie den Boon (University of Amsterdam, Department of Communication Science)
  • Kelly Breemen (Ph.D researcher, Institute for Information Law, University of Amsterdam)
  • Vicky Breemen (Ph.D researcher, Institute for Information Law, University of Amsterdam)
  • Evelien Brouwer (Associate Professor, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)
  • Robin Celikates (Associate Professor on Political and Social Philosophy, University of Amsterdam)
  • Mireille van Eechoud (Professor of Information Law, University of Amsterdam)
  • Nico van Eijk (Professor of Media and Communications Law, University of Amsterdam)
  • Michael Falgoust (Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy, University of Twente)
  • Beer Franken (Chief Information Security and Privacy Protection Officer, Academic Medical Centre, University of Amsterdam)
  • Michael Faure (Professor of Comparative and International Environmental Law, Maastricht University)
  • Marieke de Goede (Professor of Politics, University of Amsterdam)
  • Stef van Gompel (Senior Researcher, Institute of Information Law, University of Amsterdam)
  • Lucie Guibault (Associate Professor, University of Amsterdam)
  • Elspeth Guild (Jean Monnet Professor ad personam of European Immigration Law, Radboud University Nijmegen)
  • Natali Helberger (Professor of Information Law, University of Amsterdam)
  • Mireille Hildebrandt (Professor of Smart Environments, Data Protection and the Rule of Law, Radboud University Nijmegen)
  • Wouter Hins (Professor of Media Law, Leiden University; Associate Professor Constitutional and Administrative Law, University of Amsterdam)
  • Jaap-Henk Hoepman (Associate Professor in Computer Security, Privacy and Identity Management, Radboud University Nijmegen)
  • Bernt Hugenholtz (Professor of Intellectual Property Law, University of Amsterdam)
  • Erik Huizer (Professor of Internet Applications, Utrecht University)
  • Bart Jacobs (Professor of Software Security and Correctness, Radboud University Nijmegen)
  • Jan Kabel (Emeritus Professor Information Law, University of Amsterdam)
  • Bert-Jaap Koops (Professor Regulation & Technology, Tilburg University)
  • Salomon Kroonenberg (Emeritus Professor of Geology, Delft University of Technology)
  • Ronald Leenes (Professor of Regulation by Technology, Tilburg University)
  • Arno Lodder (Associate Professor on Law and Internet, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)
  • Marco Loos (Professor of Private Law, University of Amsterdam)
  • Michael Nagenborg (Assistant Professor for Philosophy of Technology, University of Twente)
  • Guido van 't Noordende (University of Amsterdam, Informatics Institute)
  • Manon Oostveen (Ph.D researcher, Institute for Information Law, University of Amsterdam)
  • Johan Pouwelsen (Assistant professor, Delft University of Technology)
  • Jason Pridmore (Associate Professor, Department of Media and Communication, Erasmus University Rotterdam)
  • Corien Prins (Professor Law and Informatisation and Dean Tilburg Law School, Tilburg University)
  • Beate Roessler (Professor of Ethics and its History, University of Amsterdam)
  • Jan Smits (Professor of European Private Law, Maastricht University)
  • Rob van Son (University of Amsterdam, Netherlands Cancer Institute/Antoni van Leeuwenhoek Hospital)
  • Tsjalling Swierstra (Professor of Philosophy, Maastricht University)
  • Piet Hein van Kempen (Professor of Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure, Radboud University Nijmegen)
  • Feer Verkade (Emeritus Professor Special aspects of Private Law, University of Amsterdam)
  • Sally Wyatt (Professor Digital Cultures in Development, Maastricht University)
  • Marjoleine Zieck (Professor of International Refugee Law, University of Amsterdam)
  • Gerrit-Jan Zwenne (Professor of Law, Leiden University)
  • Frederik Zuiderveen Borgesius (Ph.D researcher, Institute for Information Law, University of Amsterdam)

Neuseeland:

  • Miriam Lips (Professor of e-Government, Victoria University of Wellington)
  • Scott Poynting (Professor in Criminology, University of Auckland)

Norwegen:

  • Katja Franko Aas (Professor of Criminology, University of Oslo)
  • Svein Johan Knapskog (Emeritus Professor, Norwegian University of Science and Technology)
  • Ann Rudinow Sætnan (Professor of Sociology, Norwegian University of Science and Technology)

Polen:

  • Andrzej Adamski (Professor of Criminal Law and Computer Law, Nicolaus Copernicus University)

Portugal:

  • Catarina Frois (Professor of Anthropology, Lisbon University)

Slowenien:

  • Matjaž Jager (Director, Senior Researcher, Institute of Criminology at the Faculty of Law, University of Ljubljana)
  • Katja Šugman Stubbs (Professor of Criminal law and Criminology, University of Ljubljana)
  • Aleš Završnik (Assistant Professor, Institute of Criminology at the Faculty of Law, University of Ljubljana)

Spanien:

  • Josep Domingo-Ferrer (Professor of Computer Science, UNESCO Chair in Data Privacy, Universitat Rovira i Virgili)
  • Gemma Galdon Clavell (Researcher, Sociology Department, Universitat de Barcelona)
  • Miquel Peguera (Associate Professor of Commercial Law and Internet Law, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya)
  • Antoni Roig (Professor Constitutional Law, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona)
  • Héctor Silveira (Professor in Philosophy of Law, University of Lleida)

Schweden:

  • Sonja Buchegger (Associate Professor Computer Science, KTH Royal Institute of Technology)
  • Mathias Klang (Lecturer, Universities of Göteborg & Borås)
  • Susanne Wigorts Yngvesson (Associate Professor in Ethics, Stockholm School of Theology)

Schweiz:

  • Herbert Burkert (Professor Emeritus, President, Research Center for Information Law, University of St.Gallen, Switzerland)
  • Bertil Cottier (Professor of Communication Sciences, University of Lugano)
  • Dirk Helbing (Professor of Sociology, in particular of Modeling and Simulation, ETH Zurich)
  • Francisco Klauser (Assistant Professor, Institut de Géographie, University Neuchâtel)
  • Marc Langheinrich (Associate Professor for Computer Science, University of Lugano)

Ungarn:

  • Majtényi László (Professor for Information and Media Law, University of Miskolc)
  • Katalin Parti (Senior Researcher, National Institute of Criminology, Budapest)
  • Ivan Szekely (Research Professor, Open Society Archives at Central European University and Budapest University of Technology and Economics)

USA:

  • Alessandro Acquisti (Associate Professor of Information Technology and Public Policy, Carnegie Mellon University; co-director of CMU Center for Behavioral Decision Research (CBDR))
  • Mary deYoung (Professor, Department of Sociology, Grand Valley State University)
  • Catherine Dwyer (Associate Professor, Seidenberg School of Computer Science & Information Systems, Pace University)
  • Oscar Gandy (Emeritus Professor Communication studies, Annenberg School for Communication, University of Pennsylvania)
  • Seda Gürses (Research Fellow, New York University and KU Leuven)
  • Gary Marx (Professor Emeritus of Sociology, Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
  • Aleecia McDonald (Director of Privacy, Center for Internet & Society, Stanford University)
  • Jasmine McNealy (Assistant professor, School of Library and Information Science, University of Kentucky)
  • Andy Moore (Associate Professor, Information School at the University of Washington)
  • Milton Mueller (Professor, Syracuse University School of Information Studies)
  • Michael Ott (Associate Professor of Sociology, Grand Valley State University)
  • Frank Pasquale (Professor of Law, University of Maryland Carey School of Law)
  • Heather Patterson (Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Information Law Institute, New York University)
  • Joel Reidenberg (Visiting Professor, Princeton University; Stanley D. and Nikki Waxberg Chair in Law, Fordham University)
  • Neil Richards (Professor of Law, Washington University in Saint Louis)
  • Marc Rotenberg (Adjunct Professor, Georgetown University Law Center)
  • James Rule (Distinguished Affiliated Scholar, Center for the Study of Law and Society, University of California)
  • Bruce Schneier (Fellow, Berkman Institute for Internet and Society, Harvard Law School)
  • Katherine Strandburg (Alfred B. Engelberg Professor of Law, New York University)
  • Markus Thiel (Assistant Professor; Acting Co-director, EU Center of Excellence Department of Politics & International Relations School of International & Public Affairs, Florida International University)

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