Research Papers by Google-Funded Academics

Title Author Publication Year Subject
Reconciling Intellectual & Personal Property Aaron Perzanowski
Jason M. Schultz
2014 Copyright
Funding Details:In 2012, Google awarded $200,000 to the Samuelson Law, Technology and Public Policy Clinic, where Schultz was co-chair at the time [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Perzanowski, Aaron, and Jason M. Schultz. "Reconciling Intellectual & Personal Property." Notre Dame Law Review 90 (2014): 14-10
Copyright, digitization, and aggregation Catherine E. Tucker
Lesley Chiou
2011 Copyright
Funding Details:"Financial support from the NBER Innovation Policy Group andNET Institute (www.NETinst.org) is gratefully acknowledged." (Net Institute is Google-funded. Vint Cerf on the board [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Chiou, Lesley, and Catherine E. Tucker. "Copyright, digitization, and aggregation." SSRN Working Paper Series (2011)
Online Child Safety, Privacy and Free Speech: An Overview of Challenges in Congress & the States Adam D. Thierer
Berin Michael Szoka
2009 First Amendment
Privacy
Funding Details:The Progress and Freedom Foundation listed Google as a supporter on its website by 2007, and continued to claim Google support until the foundation's closure in 2010. [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Thierer, Adam D., and Berin Michael Szoka. "Online Child Safety, Privacy and Free Speech: An Overview of Challenges in Congress & the States." Progress & Freedom Foundation Progress on Point Paper 16, no. 20 (2009)
Fair Use and best practices: Surprising success Patricia Aufderheide
Peter Jaszi
2007 Copyright
Funding Details:Jaszi is the founder of the Digital Future Coalition, which includes many Google beneficiaries among its members [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Aufderheide, Pat, and Peter Jaszi. "Fair Use and best practices: Surprising success." Intellectual Property Today 14.10 (2007)
The Law And Economics Of Data And Privacy In Antitrust Analysis Ben Sperry
Geoffrey A. Manne
2014 Antitrust
Privacy
Funding Details:Manne is affiliated with the International Center for Law and Economics, which has long received Google funding [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Manne, Geoffrey A., and Ben Sperry. "The Law and Economics of data and privacy in Antitrust analysis." (2014)
The Surprising Resilience of the Patent System Mark A. Lemley
2016 Patents
Funding Details:Lemley was partner at Durie Tangri LLP as of this writing. Law firm represented Google in several patent, copyright, trademark suits. [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Lemley, Mark A. "The Surprising Resilience of the Patent System." Available at SSRN 2784456 (2016)
Web privacy census Chris Jay Hoofnagle
2009 Regulation
Funding Details:Indirect Google support disclosed in an email to the Google Transparency Project
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Hoofnagle, Chris Jay. "Beyond Google and evil: How policy makers, journalists and consumers should talk differently about Google and privacy." First Monday 14, no. 4-6 (2009)
Network neutrality on the Internet: A two-sided market analysis Joacim Tåg
Nicholas Economides
2007 Antitrust
Net Neutrality
Regulation
Funding Details:Economides is the founder of the Net Institute which receives Google funding. No Google funding acknowledged in study. Vint Cerf on Net Institute board [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Economides, Nicholas, and Joacim Tåg. "Network neutrality on the Internet: A two-sided market analysis." Information Economics and Policy 24.2 (2012)
Rationalizing FRAND Royalties: Can Interpleader Save the Internet of Things Jason R. Bartlett
Jorge L. Contreras
2016 Antitrust
Funding Details:In a 2015 paper, this author thanks Google for its support of a research symposium on patents [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Bartlett, Jason R., and Jorge L. Contreras. "Rationalizing FRAND Royalties: Can Interpleader Save the Internet of Things." (2016)
Humility, Institutional Constraints & Economic Rigor: Limiting the FTC's Consumer Protection Discretion Geoffrey A. Manne
2014 Antitrust
Copyright
Net Neutrality
Other
Security
Funding Details:Manne is affiliated with the International Center for Law and Economics, which received Google funding as of 2014 [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Manne, Geoffrey A. "Humility, Institutional Constraints & Economic Rigor: Limiting the FTC's Consumer Protection Discretion." International Center for Law & Economics (ICLE) Working Paper 1 (2014)
The Problems And Perils Of Bootstrapping Privacy And Data Into An Antitrust Framework Ben Sperry
Geoffrey A. Manne
2015 Antitrust
Privacy
Security
Funding Details:From the paper: "ICLE has historically received support from a broad coalition of groups interested in data, privacy, and competition policy issues, including Google, Amazon, and Facebook." [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Manne, Geoffrey A., and Ben Sperry. "The Problems and Perils of Bootstrapping Privacy and Data into an Antitrust Framework." (2015)
Vertical Integration and Antitrust in Search Markets Lesley Chiou
2015 Antitrust
Funding Details:Many of Chiou's papers have been funded by the Net Institute, funded by Google with Vint Cerf on the board. [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Chiou, Lesley. "Vertical Integration and Antitrust in Search Markets." Available at SSRN 2663557 (2015)
Keywords: Google, European Commission. Anyone Feeling Lucky Lia Vitzilaiou
2011 Antitrust
Funding Details:Author Lia Vitzilaiou is a lawyer with Lambadorios Law Firm in Greece. Google listed as a client. [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Vitzilaiou, Lia. "Keywords: Google, European Commission-Anyone Feeling Lucky?." (2011)
Understanding Copyright Law In Online Creative Communities Amy S. Bruckman
Casey Fiesler
Jessica L. Feuston
2015 Copyright
Funding Details:Fiesler had a Google Policy Fellowship at Creative Commons in 2011 [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Fiesler, Casey, Jessica L. Feuston, and Amy S. Bruckman. "Understanding copyright law in online creative communities." In Proceedings of the 18th ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work & Social Computing, pp. 116-129. ACM, 2015
Report on Orphan Works Challenges David R. Hansen
Jennifer M. Urban
Meredith Jacob
Patricia Aufderheide
Peter Jaszi
2013 Copyright
Funding Details:In 2012, Google awarded $200,000 to the Samuelson Law, Technology and Public Policy Clinic, where Urban is Director [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Researchers, Principal, Jennifer Urban, David Hansen, Patricia Aufderheide, Peter Jaszi, and Meredith Jacob. "Report on Orphan Works Challenges." (2013)
Regulating Innovation: Competition Policy And Patent Law Under Uncertainty Geoffrey A. Manne
Joshua D. Wright
2009 Patents
Funding Details:Google Disclosure Page: International Law & Economic Center [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Manne, Geoffrey A., and Joshua D. Wright. "Regulating Innovation: Competition Policy and Patent Law Under Uncertainty." (2009)
The Limits Of Industry-Specific Privacy Law B. J. Ard
2015 Privacy
Funding Details:Ard had a Google Policy Fellowship at the Center for Democracy and Technology in 2009 [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Ard, B. J. "The Limits of Industry-Specific Privacy Law." (2015)
Patents, Standards and Borders: Addressing National Disparities among Holders of Standard-Essential Patents Jorge L. Contreras
2016 Antitrust
Patents
Funding Details:In a 2015 paper, this author thanks Google for its support of a research symposium on patents [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Contreras, Jorge L. "Patents, Standards and Borders: Addressing National Disparities among Holders of Standard-Essential Patents." In East-West Center Workshop on Mega-Regionalism-New Challenges for Trade and Innovation. 2016
The Market Realities That Undermined The FTC's Antitrust Case Against Google Geoffrey A. Manne
William Rinehart
2013 Antitrust
Funding Details:Geoffrey A. Manne is the Executive Director of the International Center for Law & Economics and a Lecturer in Law at Lewis & Clark Law School in Portland, OR. ICLE’s funding has come from numerous corporations, organizations and individuals, including Google. [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Manne, Geoffrey A., and William Rinehart. "The Market Realities that Undermined the FTC‰'s Antitrust Case against Google." Harvard Journal of Law & Technology 26, no. 2 (2013)
Prospective Analysis Of Net Neutrality Policy Scenarios Ana Olmos
2013 Net Neutrality
Funding Details:From the paper: "Ana Olmos Google Policy Fellowship Research " [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Olmos, Ana. "Prospective analysis of Net Neutrality policy scenarios." (2013)
A Critical Assessment of the Latest Charge of Google's Anticompetitive Bias from Yelp and Tim Wu Ben Sperry
Geoffrey A. Manne
Kristian Stout
2016 Antitrust
Net Neutrality
Funding Details:From the paper: "CLE has received financial support from numerous companies and individuals, including Google, as well as several of itscompetitors. Unless otherwise noted, all ICLE support is in the form of unrestricted, general support. The ideas expressed here are the authors’ own and do not necessarily reflect the views of ICLE’s advisors, affiliates or supporters. " [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Manne, Geoffrey A., Ben Sperry, and Kristian Stout. "A Critical Assessment of the Latest Charge of Google's Anticompetitive Bias from Yelp and Tim Wu." (2016)
The 'New' New York Times: Free Speech Lawyering in the Age of Google and Twitter Marvin Ammori
2014 Copyright
Regulation
Funding Details:From the paper: "The Ammori Group is an “opinionated law firm” dedicated to advancing freedom of expression and Internet freedom, and its clients have included Google, Dropbox, Automattic, Twitter, and Tumblr. " [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Ammori, Marvin. "The'New'New York Times: Free Speech Lawyering in the Age of Google and Twitter." Harvard Law Review 127, no. 8 (2014): 2259
The Troubling Use of Antitrust to Regulate FRAND Licensing Douglas H. Ginsburg
Joshua D. Wright
Koren W. Wong-Ervin
2015 Patents
Funding Details:Prior to his service on the FTC, Wright was affiliated with the George Mason University Law School Law and Economics Center, which is funded by Google. [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Ginsburg, Douglas H., Koren W. Wong-Ervin, and Joshua D. Wright. "The Troubling Use of Antitrust to Regulate FRAND Licensing." (2015)
Digital archives: Don't let copyright block data mining Jason M. Schultz
Matthew L. Jockers
Matthew Sag
2012 Copyright
Funding Details:In 2012, Google awarded $200,000 to the Samuelson Law, Technology and Public Policy Clinic, where Schultz is co-chair [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Jockers, Matthew L., Matthew Sag, and Jason M. Schultz. "Digital archives: Don't let copyright block data mining." Nature 490, no. 7418 (2012): 29-30
What Constitutes a Diligent Search Under Present and Proposed Orphan Work Regimes? David R. Hansen
Gwen Hinze
Jennifer M. Urban
2013 Copyright
Funding Details:In 2012, Google awarded $200,000 to the Samuelson Law, Technology and Public Policy Clinic, where Urban is Director [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Hansen, David R., Gwen Hinze, and Jennifer M. Urban. "What Constitutes a Diligent Search Under Present and Proposed Orphan Work Regimes?." Berkeley Digital Library Copyright Project, White Paper 5 (2013)
Google Il Conquistatore (Google The Conqueror) Andrea Renda
2012 Antitrust
Funding Details:CEPS Corporate Members 2015 [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Renda, Andrea. "Google il conquistatore: note sull'istruttoria della Commissione europea." Mercato concorrenza regole 14 (2012): 273-296.
'Making Available': When An Offer To Distribute Is Equivalent To Distribution Jonathan R.H. Law
2008 Copyright
Funding Details:Law held a Google Policy Fellowship in 2008 [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Law, Jonathan RH. "'Making Available': When an Offer to Distribute is Equivalent to Distribution." (2008)
The perils of excessive discretion: the elusive meaning of unfairness in Section 5 of the FTC Act James C. Cooper
2015 Antitrust
Funding Details: In addition, I thank the Mercatus Center for financial support. (Mercatus funded by Google). [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Cooper, James Campbell. "The perils of excessive discretion: the elusive meaning of unfairness in Section 5 of the FTC Act." Journal of Antitrust Enforcement 3, no. 1 (2015): 87-132
Search Engines And Data Retention: Implications For Privacy And Antitrust Catherine E. Tucker
Lesley Chiou
2014 Antitrust
Privacy
Funding Details:From the paper: "While this research has not received financial assistance, in the past Lesley Chiou has received financial support for other research from the Net Institute and the National Bureau of Economic Research. Catherine E. Tucker has received financial support for other research from Google, the National Bureau of Economic Research, the National Science Foundation, the Net Institute, and WPP." [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Chiou, Lesley, and Catherine E. Tucker. "Search engines and data retention: Implications for privacy and Antitrust." (2014)
IP and Other Regulations Mark A. Lemley
2015 Antitrust
Copyright
Net Neutrality
Funding Details:Lemley was partner at Durie Tangri LLP as of this writing. Law firm represented Google in several patent, copyright, trademark suits. [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Lemley, Mark A. "IP and Other Regulations." (2015)
How does the use of trademarks by third-party sellers affect online search? Catherine E. Tucker
Lesley Chiou
2012 Antitrust
Copyright
Regulation
Taxes
Funding Details:Many of Chiou's papers have been funded by the Net Institute, funded by Google with Vint Cerf on the board. [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Chiou, Lesley, and Catherine E. Tucker. "How does the use of trademarks by third-party sellers affect online search?." Marketing Science 31, no. 5 (2012): 819-837
Antitrust, Regulation And The Neutrality Trap: A Plea For A Smart, Evidence-Based Internet Policy Andrea Renda
2015 Antitrust
Funding Details:CEPS Corporate Members 2015 [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Renda, Andrea. "Antitrust, Regulation and the Neutrality Trap: A Plea for a Smart, Evidence-Based Internet Policy." (2015)
Getting To October: Why Understanding Technology Is Essential For Privacy Law Aaron Massey
2014 Privacy
Funding Details:Massey held a Google Policy Fellowship at the Cato Institute in 2008 [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Massey, Aaron. "Getting to October: Why Understanding Technology Is Essential For Privacy Law." Idaho L. Rev. 51 (2014): 695
The Chilling Tale Of Copyright Law In Online Creative Communities Casey Fiesler
2013 Copyright
Funding Details:Fiesler had a Google Policy Fellowship at Creative Commons in 2011 [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Fiesler, Casey. "The chilling tale of copyright law in online creative communities." XRDS: Crossroads, The ACM Magazine for Students 19, no. 4 (2013): 26-29
Orphan Works and the Search for Rightsholders: Who Participates in a'Diligent Search'under Present and Proposed Regimes? David R. Hansen
Gwen Hinze
Jennifer M. Urban
2013 Copyright
Funding Details:In 2012, Google awarded $200,000 to the Samuelson Law, Technology and Public Policy Clinic, where Urban is Director [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Hansen, David R., Gwen Hinze, and Jennifer M. Urban. "Orphan Works and the Search for Rightsholders: Who Participates in a 'Diligent Search under Present and Proposed Regimes?." Berkeley Digital Library Copyright Project, White Paper 4 (2013)
Internet Intermediary Liability: Identifying Best Practices For Africa Nicolo Zingales
2013 Broadband Infrastructure
Funding Details:From the paper: "Independent research commissioned by the Association for Progressive Communications and supported by Google Africa" [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Zingales, Nicolo. "Internet intermediary liability: Identifying best practices for Africa." (2013)
Book Rights Registry in the Google Book Settlement Jonathan Band
2010 Antitrust
Copyright
Funding Details:Band frequently publishes under the auspices of the CCIA, which has received Google support. Google also cites Band's work in other litigation, and a more direct relationship may exist [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Band, Jonathan. "Book Rights Registry in the Google Book Settlement." Colum. JL & Arts 34 (2010): 671
Online Advertising & User Privacy: Principles to Guide the Debate Adam D. Thierer
Berin Michael Szoka
2008 Antitrust
Regulation
Security
Funding Details:The Progress and Freedom Foundation listed Google as a supporter on its website by 2007, and continued to claim Google support until the foundation's closure in 2010. [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Szoka, Berin Michael, and Adam D. Thierer. "Online Advertising & User Privacy: Principles to Guide the Debate." Progress & Freedom Foundation Progress Snapshot Paper 4, no. 19 (2008)
Alan Westin's Privacy Homo Economicus Chris Jay Hoofnagle
Jennifer M. Urban
2014 Privacy
Regulation
Funding Details:Indirect Google support disclosed in an email to the Google Transparency Project
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Hoofnagle, Chris Jay, and Jennifer M. Urban. "Alan Westin's privacy homo economicus." (2014)
Overview And The Evolution Of The Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement, An Margot E. Kaminski
2011 Patents
Funding Details:Kaminski had a Google Policy Fellowship at the Electronic Frontier Foundation in 2008 [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Kaminski, Margot E. "An overview and the evolution of the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement." Alb. LJ Sci. & Tech. 21 (2011): 385
The Case for Meaningful Network Neutrality Rules Barbara van Schewick
2015 Net Neutrality
Regulation
Funding Details:The Stanford Center for Internet and Society, where Van Schewick has been a fellow since 2001, received a $2 million grant from Google in 2006. [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:van Schewick, Barbara. "The Case for Meaningful Network Neutrality Rules." Attachment to Barbara van Schewick's Ex Parte in the Matter of Protecting and Promoting the Open Internet submitted February 20, no. 2015 (2015): 14-28
Free: Accounting for the Costs of the Internet's Most Popular Price Chris Jay Hoofnagle
Jan Whittington
2013 Copyright
Regulation
Funding Details:Indirect Google support disclosed in an email to the Google Transparency Project
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Hoofnagle, Chris Jay, and Jan Whittington. "Free: Accounting for the costs of the internet's most popular price." UCLA L. Rev. 61 (2013): 606
Point/counterpoint network neutrality nuances Barbara van Schewick
David Farber
2009 Antitrust
Net Neutrality
Regulation
Funding Details:The Stanford Center for Internet and Society, where Van Schewick has been a fellow since 2001, received a $2 million grant from Google in 2006. [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Van Schewick, Barbara, and David Farber. "Point/counterpoint network neutrality nuances." Communications of the ACM 52, no. 2 (2009): 31-37
Net Neutrality: An Overview Of Enacted Laws In South America Patricia Adriana Vargas-Leon
2016 Net Neutrality
Funding Details:Vargas-Leon held a Google Policy Fellowship in 2014 [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Vargas-Leon, Patricia Adriana. "Net Neutrality: An Overview of Enacted Laws in South America." In Net Neutrality Compendium, pp. 109-126. Springer International Publishing, 2016
Recut, Reframe, Recycle: The Shaping of Fair Use Best Practices for Online Video Patricia Aufderheide
Peter Jaszi
2010 Copyright
Regulation
Funding Details:Jaszi is the founder of the Digital Future Coalition, which includes many Google beneficiaries among its members [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Aufderheide, Patricia, and Peter Jaszi. "Recut, Reframe, Recycle: The Shaping of Fair Use Best Practices for Online Video." ISJLP 6 (2010): 13
Student Privacy Principles for the Age of Big Data: Moving Beyond FERPA and FIPPs Elana Zeide
2015 Regulation
Security
Funding Details:Zeide is affiliated with the Future of Privacy Forum and iKeepSafe, both funded by Google [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Zeide, Elana. "Student Privacy Principles for the Age of Big Data: Moving Beyond FERPA and FIPPs." Drexel L. Rev. 8 (2015): 339
The Cost of Copyright Confusion for Media Literacy. Patricia Aufderheide
Peter Jaszi
Renee Hobbs
2007 Copyright
Funding Details:Jaszi is the founder of the Digital Future Coalition, which includes many Google beneficiaries among its members [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Hobbs, Renee, Peter Jaszi, and Patricia Aufderheide. "The Cost of Copyright Confusion for Media Literacy." Online Submission (2007)
Case for Net Neutrality: What's Wrong with Obama's Internet Policy, The Marvin Ammori
2014 Regulation
Funding Details:Marvin Ammori co-manages the Ammori Group, a law firm and Internet-law consulting practice whose clients include Google Inc. [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Ammori, Marvin. "Case for Net Neutrality: What's Wrong with Obama's Internet Policy, The." Foreign Aff. 93 (2014): 62
Privacy self Regulation: A decade of disappointment Chris Jay Hoofnagle
2005 Regulation
Funding Details:Indirect Google support disclosed in an email to the Google Transparency Project
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Hoofnagle, Chris Jay. "Privacy self Regulation: A decade of disappointment." Consumer Protection in the Age of the'Information Economy'(Jane K. Winn, ed.)(Ashgate 2006) (2005)
Copyright Terms In Online Creative Communities Amy S. Bruckman
Casey Fiesler
2014 Privacy
Funding Details:Fiesler had a Google Policy Fellowship at Creative Commons in 2011 [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Fiesler, Casey, and Amy Bruckman. "Copyright terms in online creative communities." In CHI'14 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems, pp. 2551-2556. ACM, 2014
The Search Fixation: Infringement, Search Results, And Online Content Matt Schruers
2013 Copyright
Funding Details:CCIA Members [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Schruers, Matt. “The Search Fixation: Infringement, Search Results, and Online Content.“ Computer & Communications Industry Association Research Paper (2013)
Enhancing Key Digital Literacy Skills: Information Privacy, Information Security, And Copyright/Intellectual Property Alexandre Fortier
Jacquelyn A. Burkell
Lisa Di Valentino
Sarah T. Roberts
2015 Privacy
Funding Details:Roberts held a Google Policy Fellowship in 2009 [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Burkell, Jacquelyn A., Alexandre Fortier, Lisa Di Valentino, and Sarah T. Roberts. "Enhancing key digital literacy skills: Information privacy, information security, and copyright/Intellectual Property." (2015)
A Tale of Two Layers: Patents, Standardization, and the Internet Jorge L. Contreras
2015 Antitrust
Patents
Funding Details:In a 2015 paper, this author thanks Google for its support of a research symposium on patents [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Contreras, Jorge L. "A Tale of Two Layers: Patents, Standardization, and the Internet." Denv. L. Rev. 93 (2015): 855
Market Reliance Theory for FRAND Commitments and Other Patent Pledges, A Jorge L. Contreras
2015 Antitrust
Patents
Funding Details:Author thanks Matt Bye and Robert Mahini of Google [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Contreras, Jorge L. "Market Reliance Theory for FRAND Commitments and Other Patent Pledges, A." Utah L. Rev. (2015): 479
New Challenges to Data Protection Study-Country Report: United States Chris Jay Hoofnagle
Nathan Good
2012 Regulation
Funding Details:Indirect Google support disclosed in an email to the Google Transparency Project
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Hoofnagle, Chris Jay, and Nathan Good. "Web privacy census." Available at SSRN 2460547 (2012)
Ignoring patents Mark A. Lemley
2007 Antitrust
Patents
Funding Details:Lemley is of counsel to Keker & Van Nest, which represented Google in the Oracle lawsuit in 2012. White paper suggests that ignoring patents prevents the patent system from crushing innovation. [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Lemley, Mark A. "Ignoring patents." (2007)
The hidden benefactor: how advertising informs, educates & benefits consumers Adam D. Thierer
Berin Michael Szoka
2010 Regulation
Funding Details:The Progress and Freedom Foundation listed Google as a supporter on its website by 2007, and continued to claim Google support until the foundation's closure in 2010. [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Thierer, Adam D., and Berin Michael Szoka. "The hidden benefactor: how advertising informs, educates & benefits consumers." The Progress & Freedom Foundation Progress Snapshot 6, no. 5 (2010)
Privacy and innovation Avi Goldfarb
Catherine E. Tucker
2012 Net Neutrality
Other
Regulation
Security
Funding Details:From the paper: "This paper was not externally funded. However, Avi Goldfarb's research has been funded in the past by the Net Institute, the WPP/ Google Marketing Awards, the National Bureau of Economic Research, Bell University Labs, and the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. Catherine E. Tucker's research has been funded in the past by the Net Institute, the WPP/ Google Marketing Awards, the Tilburg Law and Economics Center, the National Bureau of Economic Research, the Time Warner Research Program on Digital Communications, and the NSF CAREER Award # 1053398." [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Goldfarb, Avi, and Catherine E. Tucker. "Privacy and innovation." In Innovation Policy and the Economy, Volume 12, pp. 65-89. University of Chicago Press, 2012
Defining Section 5 of the FTC Act: The Failure of the Common Law Method and the Case for Formal Agency Guidelines Jan M. Rybnicek
Joshua D. Wright
2014 Copyright
Funding Details:Prior to his service on the FTC, Wright was affiliated with the George Mason University Law School Law and Economics Center, which is funded by Google. [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Rybnicek, Jan M., and Joshua D. Wright. "Defining Section 5 of the FTC Act: The Failure of the Common Law Method and the Case for Formal Agency Guidelines." (2014)
Economic Features of the Internet and Network Neutrality Nicholas Economides
2015 Net Neutrality
Regulation
Funding Details:Economides is the founder of the Net Institute which receives Google funding. No Google funding acknowledged in study. Vint Cerf on Net Institute board [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Economides, Nicholas. "Economic Features of the Internet and Network Neutrality." Available at SSRN (2015)
Beyond Google and evil: How policy makers, journalists and consumers should talk differently about Google and privacy Chris Jay Hoofnagle
Jennifer M. Urban
Su Li
2012 Regulation
Funding Details:Google support disclosed in an email to the Google Transparency Project
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Hoofnagle, Chris Jay, Jennifer M. Urban, and Su Li. "Privacy and modern advertising: Most us Internet users want'do not track'to stop collection of data about their online activities." In Amsterdam Privacy Conference. 2012
Notice And Remedies In Copyright Licensing B. J. Ard
2015 Copyright
Funding Details:Ard had a Google Policy Fellowship at the Center for Democracy and Technology in 2009 [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Ard, B. J. "Notice and Remedies in Copyright Licensing." Mo. L. Rev. 80 (2015): 313
Audience in Intellectual Property Infringement, The Jeanne C. Fromer
Mark A. Lemley
2013 Antitrust
Copyright
Funding Details:Lemley was partner at Durie Tangri LLP as of this writing. Law firm represented Google in several patent, copyright, trademark suits. [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Fromer, Jeanne C., and Mark A. Lemley. "Audience in Intellectual Property Infringement, The." Mich. L. Rev. 112 (2013): 1251
I Want My Mp3: Legal And Policy Barriers To A Legitimate Digital Music Marketplace Shane Wagman
2009 Copyright
Funding Details:From the paper: "Shane Wagman is the lead author of this article. She worked for the Future of Music Coalition in 2005 and returned to the organization in 2009 as a Google Policy Fellow. " [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Wagman, Shane. "I Want My MP3: Legal and Policy Barriers to a Legitimate Digital Music Marketplace." J. Intell. Prop. L. 17 (2009): 95
Proposed Remedies For Search Bias: 'Search Neutrality' And Other Proposals In The Google Inquiry Luke Pelican
Marvin Ammori
2012 Antitrust
Funding Details:From the paper: "Marvin Ammori and Luke Pelican manage the Ammori Group, a law firm and Internet-law consulting practice whose clients include Google Inc." [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Ammori, Marvin, and Luke Pelican. "Proposed remedies for Search Bias:‰ÛÏSearch Neutrality‰Û and other proposals in the Google inquiry." Journal of Internet Law 15, no. 11 (2012): 8-31
" Security versus Freedom" on the Internet: Cybersecurity and Net Neutrality Keira Poellet
Marvin Ammori
2010 Regulation
Funding Details:Marvin Ammori co-manages the Ammori Group, a law firm and Internet-law consulting practice whose clients include Google Inc. [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Ammori, Marvin, and Keira Poellet. "" Security versus Freedom" on the Internet: Cybersecurity and Net Neutrality." SAIS Review of International Affairs 30, no. 2 (2010): 51-65
Network neutrality and network management Regulation: Quality of service, price discrimination, and exclusive contracts Joacim Tåg
Nicholas Economides
2011 Net Neutrality
Other
Regulation
Funding Details:Economides is the founder of the Net Institute which receives Google funding. No Google funding acknowledged in study. Vint Cerf on Net Institute board [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Economides, Nicholas, and Joacim Tåg. "Network neutrality and network management Regulation: Quality of service, price discrimination, and exclusive contracts." (2011)
Beyond Neutrality: How Zero Rating Can (Sometimes) Advance User Choice, Innovation, And Democratic Participation B. J. Ard
2016 Net Neutrality
Funding Details:Ard had a Google Policy Fellowship at the Center for Democracy and Technology in 2009 [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Ard, B. J. "Beyond Neutrality: How Zero Rating Can (Sometimes) Advance User Choice, Innovation, and Democratic Participation." (2016)
Why parents help their children lie to Facebook about age: Unintended consequences of the 'Children's Online Privacy Protection Act' Danah Boyd
Eszter Hargittai
Jason M. Schultz
John Palfrey
2011 Security
Funding Details:At the time of writing, Schultz was an affiliate of Berkeley's Samuelson Law, Technology & Public Policy Clinic, a beneficiary of Google funding. Prior to that, Schultz worked for the Electronic Frontier Foundation, which has received millions in Google funding. [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Hargittai, Eszter, Jason M. Schultz, and John Palfrey. "Why parents help their children lie to Facebook about age: Unintended consequences of the €˜Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act€™." First Monday 16, no. 11 (2011)
Our Divided Patent System David L. Schwartz
John R. Allison
Mark A. Lemley
2015 Patents
Funding Details:Lemley was partner at Durie Tangri LLP as of this writing. Law firm represented Google in several patent, copyright, trademark suits. [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Allison, John R., Mark A. Lemley, and David L. Schwartz. "Our Divided Patent System." The University of Chicago Law Review (2015): 1073-1154
A Guide For the Perplexed Part IV: The Rejection of the Google Books Settlement Jonathan Band
2011 Antitrust
Copyright
Funding Details:Band frequently publishes under the auspices of the CCIA, which has received Google support. Google also cites Band's work in other litigation, and a more direct relationship may exist [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Band, Jonathan. "A Guide For the Perplexed Part IV: The Rejection of the Google Books Settlement." Association or Research Libraries 31 (2011)
Antitrust on the 'G string': What's behind the Commission's investigations of Google and Gazprom? CEPS Commentary, 15 June 2015 Andrea Renda
2015 Antitrust
Funding Details:Google is a "Corporate Member" of CEPS as of 2015 [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Renda, Andrea. "Antitrust on the â'G string'€™: What'€™s behind the Commission'€™s investigations of Google and Gazprom? CEPS Commentary, 15 June 2015." (2015)
Network neutrality and the economics of an information superhighway: A reply to Professor Yoo Barbara van Schewick
Brett M. Frischmann
2007 Antitrust
Copyright
Net Neutrality
Other
Regulation
Funding Details:The Stanford Center for Internet and Society, where Van Schewick has been a fellow since 2001, received a $2 million grant from Google in 2006. [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Frischmann, Brett M., and Barbara Van Schewick. "Network neutrality and the economics of an information superhighway: A reply to Professor Yoo." Jurimetrics (2007): 383-428
Digital exhaustion Aaron Perzanowski
Jason M. Schultz
2010 Antitrust
Copyright
Other
Funding Details:At the time of writing, Schultz was an affiliate of Berkeley's Samuelson Law, Technology & Public Policy Clinic, a beneficiary of Google funding. Prior to that, Schultz worked for the Electronic Frontier Foundation, which has received millions in Google funding. [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Perzanowski, Aaron, and Jason M. Schultz. "Digital exhaustion." UClA l. reV. 58 (2010): 889
Unending Search for the Optimal Infringement Filter, The Jason M. Schultz
Sonia K. Katyal
2012 Copyright
Funding Details:In 2012, Google awarded $200,000 to the Samuelson Law, Technology and Public Policy Clinic, where Schultz is co-chair [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Katyal, Sonia K., and Jason M. Schultz. "Unending Search for the Optimal Infringement Filter, The." Colum. L. Rev. Sidebar 112 (2012): 83
The surprising virtues of treating trade secrets as IP rights Mark A. Lemley
2008 Antitrust
Patents
Funding Details:Lemley is of counsel to Keker & Van Nest, which represented Google in the Oracle lawsuit in 2012. White paper suggests that ignoring patents prevents the patent system from crushing innovation. [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Lemley, Mark A. "The surprising virtues of treating trade secrets as IP rights." Stanford Law Review (2008): 311-353
Debate on Antitrust Scrutiny of Google Benjamin G. Edelman
Joshua D. Wright
2012 Antitrust
Funding Details:At the time of writing, Wright was affiliated with the George Mason University Law School Law and Economics Center, which is funded by Google. [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Edelman, Benjamin G., and Joshua D. Wright. "Debate on Antitrust Scrutiny of Google." JL 2 (2012): 445
A simple approach to setting reasonable royalties for standard-essential patents Carl Shapiro
Mark A. Lemley
2013 Antitrust
Patents
Funding Details:From the paper: "Lemley has represented Google in matters related to the subject of this Article, but Google has provided no financial support for this project and the views offered here have neither been reviewed nor approved by Google." [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Lemley, Mark A., and Carl Shapiro. "A simple approach to setting reasonable royalties for standard-essential patents." (2013)
Remixers' Understandings Of Fair Use Online Amy S. Bruckman
Casey Fiesler
2014 Copyright
Funding Details:Fiesler had a Google Policy Fellowship at Creative Commons in 2011 [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Fiesler, Casey, and Amy S. Bruckman. "Remixers' understandings of Fair Use online." In Proceedings of the 17th ACM conference on Computer supported cooperative work & social computing, pp. 1023-1032. ACM, 2014
Should property or liability rules govern information Mark A. Lemley
Philip J. Weiser
2006 Antitrust
Copyright
Funding Details:Lemley is of counsel to Keker & Van Nest, which represented Google in the Oracle lawsuit in 2012. White paper suggests that ignoring patents prevents the patent system from crushing innovation. [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Lemley, Mark A., and Philip J. Weiser. "Should property or liability rules govern information." Tex. L. Rev. 85 (2006): 783
Profitability of Firms in Copyright-Intensive Industries Jonathan Band
2013 Copyright
Funding Details:Band frequently publishes under the auspices of the CCIA, which has received Google support. Google also cites Band's work in other litigation, and a more direct relationship may exist [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Band, Jonathan. "Profitability of Firms in Copyright-Intensive Industries." Available at SSRN 2333844 (2013)
The Us Trade Representative's (USTR's) Democracy Problem Margot E. Kaminski
2012 Copyright
Funding Details:Kaminski had a Google Policy Fellowship at the Electronic Frontier Foundation in 2008 [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Kaminski, Margot E. "The US Trade Representative's (USTR's) Democracy Problem." (2012)
Software Patents and the Return of Functional Claiming Mark A. Lemley
2012 Antitrust
Patents
Funding Details:Lemley was partner at Durie Tangri LLP as of this writing. Law firm represented Google in several patent, copyright, trademark suits. [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Lemley, Mark A. "Software Patents and the Return of Functional Claiming." (2012)
The google library project both sides of the story Jonathan Band
2006 Antitrust
Copyright
Funding Details:Band frequently publishes under the auspices of the CCIA, which has received Google support. Google also cites Band's work in other litigation, and a more direct relationship may exist [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Band, Jonathan. "The google library project both sides of the story." Information outlook 10, no. 6 (2006): 35-36
In Icann We Trust: Assuring Accountable Internet Governance Ben Sperry
Geoffrey A. Manne
Kristian Stout
2016 Copyright
Funding Details:Manne is affiliated with the International Center for Law and Economics, which receives Google funding [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Stout, Kristian, Geoffrey A. Manne, and Ben Sperry. "In Icann We Trust: Assuring Accountable Internet Governance." Available at SSRN 2757129 (2016)
Virtues And Perils Of Anonymity: Should Intermediaries Bear The Burden? Nicolo Zingales
2014 Privacy
Funding Details:Zingales had a Google Policy Fellowship in 2013 [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Zingales, Nicolo. "Virtues and perils of anonymity: should intermediaries bear the burden?." (2014)
Effects Of Large Scale Copyright Enforcement On Infringement And Due Process Procedural Safeguards Floris Kreiken
2014 Copyright
Funding Details:Kreiken had a Google Policy Fellowship in 2013 [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Kreiken, Floris. "Effects of Large Scale Copyright Enforcement on Infringement and Due Process Procedural Safeguards." (2014)
Whither Symmetry? Antitrust Analysis of Intellectual Property Rights at the FTC and DOJ Douglas H. Ginsburg
Joshua D. Wright
2013 Antitrust
Copyright
Funding Details:Prior to his service on the FTC, Wright was affiliated with the George Mason University Law School Law and Economics Center, which is funded by Google. [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Wright, Joshua D., and Douglas H. Ginsburg. "Whither Symmetry? Antitrust Analysis of Intellectual Property Rights at the FTC and DOJ." Antitrust Analysis of Intellectual Property Rights at the FTC and DOJ (December 10, 2013). Competition Policy International 9, no. 2 (2013): 13-71
Evaluating the Benefits of Fair Use: A Response to the PWC Report on the Costs and Benefits of'Fair Use' Ariel Katz
Kimberlee G. Weatherall
Michael W. Carroll
Mike Palmedo
Peter Jaszi
Sean M. Flynn
2016 Copyright
Funding Details:Jaszi is the founder of the Digital Future Coalition, which includes many Google beneficiaries among its members [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Jaszi, Peter A., Michael W. Carroll, Sean M. Flynn, Mike Palmedo, Kimberlee G. Weatherall, and Ariel Katz. "Evaluating the Benefits of Fair Use: A Response to the PWC Report on the Costs and Benefits of'Fair Use'." Available at SSRN 2773646 (2016)
Failed Analogies: Net Neutrality Versus' Search'and'Platform'Neutrality Marvin Ammori
2016 Antitrust
Other
Regulation
Funding Details:From the paper: ""My law firm advises technology companies including Google. Nonetheless, the views expressed in this paper are my own views and should not attributed to Google or any other client."" [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Ammori, Marvin. "Failed Analogies: Net Neutrality Versus' Search'and'Platform'Neutrality." Available at SSRN 2756093 (2016)
Solving the orphan works problem for the united states David R. Hansen
Gwen Hinze
Jennifer M. Urban
Kathryn Hashimoto
Pamela Samuelson
2013 Copyright
Funding Details:In 2012, Google awarded $200,000 to the Samuelson Law, Technology and Public Policy Clinic, where Urban is Director [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Hansen, David R., Kathryn Hashimoto, Gwen Hinze, Pamela Samuelson, and Jennifer M. Urban. "Solving the orphan works problem for the united states." Columbia Journal of Law & the Arts 37, no. 1 (2013)
Does Antitrust enforcement in high tech markets benefit consumers? Stock price evidence from FTC v. Intel Joshua D. Wright
2011 Antitrust
Funding Details:At the time of writing, Wright was affiliated with the George Mason University Law School Law and Economics Center, which is funded by Google. [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Wright, Joshua D. "Does Antitrust enforcement in high tech markets benefit consumers? Stock price evidence from FTC v. Intel." Review of Industrial Organization 38, no. 4 (2011): 387-404
Protecting open innovation: the Defensive Patent License as a new approach to patent threats, transaction costs, and tactical disarmament Jason M. Schultz
Jennifer M. Urban
2012 Antitrust
Copyright
Patents
Funding Details:In 2012, Google awarded $200,000 to the Samuelson Law, Technology and Public Policy Clinic, where Schultz was co-chair at the time [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Schultz, Jason, and Jennifer M. Urban. "Protecting open innovation: the Defensive Patent License as a new approach to patent threats, transaction costs, and tactical disarmament." Harv. JL & Tech. 26 (2012): 1
Copyright's Latest Communications Policy: Content-Lock-Out and Compulsory Licensing for Internet Television Marvin Ammori
2009 Antitrust
Copyright
Regulation
Funding Details:Marvin Ammori co-manages the Ammori Group, a law firm and Internet-law consulting practice whose clients include Google Inc. [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Ammori, Marvin. "Copyright's Latest Communications Policy: Content-Lock-Out and Compulsory Licensing for Internet Television." CommLaw Conspectus 18 (2009): 375
Using Antitrust Enforcement Prudently In High-Tech Markets The Flaws Of A Potential Antitrust Case Against Google. Brendan J. Coffman
David Balto
2012 Antitrust
Funding Details:From the paper: ""This paper was commissioned by the International Center for Law and Economics, which receives support from Google among other companies."" [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Balto, David. and Brendan J. Coffman "Using Antitrust Enforcement Prudently In High-Tech Markets The Flaws Of A Potential Antitrust Case Against Google". (2012)
Online Privacy: Towards Informational Self-Determination on the Internet Chris Jay Hoofnagle
Ioannis Krontiris
Kai Rannenberg
Michael Waidner
Simone Fischer-Hübner
2011 Privacy
Funding Details:Hoofnagle disclosed indirect Google funding in an email to the Google Transparency Project
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Fischer-Huíöbner, Simone, Chris Jay Hoofnagle, Ioannis Krontiris, Kai Rannenberg, and Michael Waidner. "Online Privacy: Towards Informational Self-Determination on the Internet." (2011)
Reality And Perception Of Copyright Terms Of Service For Online Content Creation Amy S. Bruckman
Casey Fiesler
Cliff Lampe
2016 Copyright
Funding Details:Feisler held a Google Policy Fellowship in 2011 [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Fiesler, Casey, Cliff Lampe, and Amy S. Bruckman. "Reality and perception of copyright terms of service for online content creation." In Proceedings of the 19th ACM Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work & Social Computing, pp. 1450-1461. ACM, 2016
Defining And Measuring Search Bias: Some Preliminary Evidence Joshua D. Wright
2011 Antitrust
Funding Details:From the paper: "ICLE has received financial support from several companies, organizations and individuals, including Google. The ideas expressed here are the author's and do not necessarily reflect the views of ICLE, its board of directors, advisors, affiliates or supporters." [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Wright, Joshua D. "Defining and measuring Search Bias: Some preliminary evidence." (2011)
The Google Settlement: International Implications Jonathan Band
2009 Copyright
Funding Details:Band frequently publishes under the auspices of the CCIA, which has received Google support. Google also cites Band's work in other litigation, and a more direct relationship may exist [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Band, Jonathan. "The Google Settlement: International Implications." Computer Law Review International 3 (2009): 72
If Search Neutrality Is The Answer, What'S The Question? Geoffrey A. Manne
Joshua D. Wright
2012 Antitrust
Funding Details:From the paper: "ICLE has received financial support from several companies and individuals, including Google. The ideas expressed here are the authorsÕ and do not necessarily reflect the views of ICLE, its advisors, affiliates or supporters. " [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Manne, Geoffrey A., and Joshua D. Wright. "If Search Neutrality is the answer, what's the question." Colum. Bus. L. Rev. (2012): 151
COPPA 2.0: The new battle over privacy, age verification, online safety & free speech Adam D. Thierer
Berin Michael Szoka
2009 Regulation
Security
Funding Details:The Progress and Freedom Foundation listed Google as a supporter on its website by 2007, and continued to claim Google support until the foundation's closure in 2010. [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Szoka, Berin Michael, and Adam D. Thierer. "COPPA 2.0: The new battle over privacy, age verification, online safety & free speech." Progress & Freedom Foundation Progress on Point Paper No 16 (2009)
The Internet Design Tension Between Surveillance And Security Laura DeNardis
2015 Privacy
Security
Funding Details:Dara had a Google Policy Fellowship in 2011 [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:DeNardis, Laura. "The Internet design tension between surveillance and security." IEEE Annals of the History of Computing 37, no. 2 (2015): 72-83
Intellectual Property in the New Technological Age: 2016-Chapters 1 and 2 Mark A. Lemley
Peter S. Menell
Robert P. Merges
2016 Copyright
Funding Details:Lemley was partner at Durie Tangri LLP as of this writing. Law firm represented Google in several patent, copyright, trademark suits. [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Menell, Peter S., Mark A. Lemley, and Robert P. Merges. "Intellectual Property in the New Technological Age: 2016-Chapters 1 and 2." Intellectual Property in the New Technological Age (2016)
Costs of Regulatory Redundancy: Consumer Protection Oversight of Online Travel Agents and the Advantages of Sole FTC Jurisdiction, The James C. Cooper
2015 Antitrust
Regulation
Security
Funding Details:As of paper writing, Cooper was the Director of Research at the Policy, Law, and Economics Center at George Mason University, which receives Google funding. [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Cooper, James C. "Costs of Regulatory Redundancy: Consumer Protection Oversight of Online Travel Agents and the Advantages of Sole FTC Jurisdiction, The." NCJL & Tech. 17 (2015): 179
Real Masks And Real Name Policies: Applying Anti-Mask Case Law To Anonymous Online Speech Margot E. Kaminski
2013 Privacy
Security
Funding Details:Kaminski had a Google Policy Fellowship at the Electronic Frontier Foundation in 2008 [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Kaminski, Margot E. "Real Masks and Real Name Policies: Applying Anti-Mask Case Law to Anonymous Online Speech." (2013)
Undue Process: Challenges for Rightsholders and Service Providers Implementing Section 512's Notice and Takedown Provisions Jennifer M. Urban
Laura Quilter
2009 Copyright
Funding Details:In 2012, Google awarded $200,000 to the Samuelson Law, Technology and Public Policy Clinic, where Urban is Director [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Urban, Jennifer M., and Laura Quilter. "Undue Process: Challenges for Rightsholders and Service Providers Implementing Section 512's Notice and Takedown Provisions." Available at SSRN (2009)
Alan Westin's privacy homo economicus Chris Jay Hoofnagle
2010 Regulation
Security
Funding Details:Indirect Google support disclosed in an email to the Google Transparency Project
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Hoofnagle, Chris Jay. "New Challenges to Data Protection Study-Country Report: United States." European Commission Directorate-General Justice, Freedom and Security Report (2010)
How Does Content Aggregation Affect Users' Search for Information? Catherine E. Tucker
Lesley Chiou
2011 Other
Funding Details:Funding acknowledged from Net Institute, funded by Google and Vint Cerf on the board. [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Chiou, Lesley, and Catherine E. Tucker. "How Does Content Aggregation Affect Users‰ Search for Information?." (2011)
The Effect Of Patent Litigation And Patent Assertion Entities On Entrepreneurial Activity Catherine E. Tucker
Greg Rafert
Stephen Kiebzak
2014 Patents
Funding Details:From the paper: ""Funding for this research was provided by the Computers and Communication Industry Association, whose members can be found at http://www.ccianet.org/about/members/' [Note: Google is one of CCIA's largest financial supporters.]" [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Tucker, Catherine E., The Effect of Patent Litigation and Patent Assertion Entities on Entrepreneurial Activity (June 22, 2014). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2457611
Antitrust, Regulatory Capture And Economic Integration Atilano Jorge Padilla
Damien Neven
Mario Mariniello
2015 Antitrust
Funding Details:Google has contributed $250,000 to Bruegel since 2010 according to Bruegel annual reports. [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Mariniello, Mario, Damien Neven, and Atilano Jorge Padilla. Antitrust, Regulatory capture and economic integration. No. 2015/11. Bruegel Policy Contribution, 2015
Internet Freedom and the Role of an Informed Citizenry at the Dawn of the Information Age Marvin Ammori
Sascha D. Meinrath
2012 Copyright
Funding Details:Marvin Ammori co-manages the Ammori Group, a law firm and Internet-law consulting practice whose clients include Google Inc. [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Meinrath, Sascha, and Marvin Ammori. "Internet Freedom and the Role of an Informed Citizenry at the Dawn of the Information Age." Emory Int'l L. Rev. 26 (2012): 921
Towards an economic framework for network neutrality Regulation Barbara van Schewick
2007 Antitrust
Net Neutrality
Regulation
Funding Details:The Stanford Center for Internet and Society, where Van Schewick has been a fellow since 2001, received a $2 million grant from Google in 2006.
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Van Schewick, Barbara. "Towards an economic framework for network neutrality Regulation." Journal on Telecommunications and High Technology Law 5 (2007): 329-391
Copyright Crime And Punishment: The First Amendment'S Proportionality Problem Margot E. Kaminski
2013 Copyright
First Amendment
Funding Details:Kaminski had a Google Policy Fellowship at the Electronic Frontier Foundation in 2008 [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Kaminski, Margot E. "Copyright Crime and Punishment: The First Amendment's Proportionality Problem." (2013)
Jones-Ing For A Solution: Commercial Street Surveillance And Privacy Torts In Canada Stuart Hargreaves
2014 Privacy
Funding Details:Hargreaves had a Google Policy Fellowship at the Canadian Internet Policy and Public Interest Clinic (CIPPIC) in 2009 [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Hargreaves, Stuart. "‰ÛÏJones-ing‰Û for a Solution: Commercial Street Surveillance and Privacy Torts in Canada." Laws 3, no. 3 (2014): 388-409
THE JOHN MARSHALL REVIEW OF Intellectual Property LAW Jonathan Band
2009 Antitrust
Copyright
Funding Details:Band frequently publishes under the auspices of the CCIA, which has received Google support. Google also cites Band's work in other litigation, and a more direct relationship may exist [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:BAND, JONATHAN. "THE JOHN MARSHALL REVIEW OF Intellectual Property LAW." (2009)
Rationalizing Internet Safe Harbors Mark A. Lemley
2007 Copyright
Funding Details:From the paper: "I should note that I currently represent or have in the past represented various Internet intermediaries, including Google, eBay, and Pacific Bell Internet Services." [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Lemley, Mark A. "Rationalizing Internet Safe Harbors." Journal of Telecommunications and High Technology Law 6 (2007): 101
Media Diversity And Online Advertising Luke Pelican
Marvin Ammori
2012 Other
Funding Details:From the paper: "Associate at the Ammori Group. In various projects, the Ammori Group law firm has represented media/technology companies including Google, Automattic (WordPress.com), Tumblr, Daily Kos, Ars Technica, and others. The views expressed in this article are those of Ammori and Pelican alone, and should not be attributed to any client or other institution." [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Ammori, Marvin, and Luke Pelican. "Media diversity and online advertising." Alb. L. Rev. 76 (2012): 665
I Am Not A Lawyer: Copyright Q&A In Online Creative Communities Amy S. Bruckman
Casey Fiesler
Jessica L. Feuston
2014 Copyright
Funding Details:Fiesler had a Google Policy Fellowship at Creative Commons in 2011 [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Fiesler, Casey, Jessica Feuston, and Amy S. Bruckman. "I Am Not a Lawyer: Copyright Q&A in Online Creative Communities." In Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Supporting Group Work, pp. 291-294. ACM, 2014
Extra-Jurisdictional Remedies Involving Patent Licensing Bruce H. Kobayashi
Douglas H. Ginsburg
Joshua D. Wright
Koren W. Wong-Ervin
2016 Antitrust
Patents
Funding Details:Prior to his service on the FTC, Wright was affiliated with the George Mason University Law School Law and Economics Center, which is funded by Google. [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Wong-Ervin, Koren W., Joshua D. Wright, Bruce H. Kobayashi, and Douglas H. Ginsburg. "Extra-Jurisdictional Remedies Involving Patent Licensing." (2016)
The economics of network neutrality Benjamin E. Hermalin
Nicholas Economides
2012 Antitrust
Net Neutrality
Regulation
Funding Details:Economides is the founder of the Net Institute which receives Google funding. No Google funding acknowledged in study. Vint Cerf on Net Institute board [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Economides, Nicholas, and Benjamin E. Hermalin. "The economics of network neutrality." The RAND Journal of Economics 43, no. 4 (2012): 602-629
The Problem Of Search Engines As Essential Facilities: An Economic & Legal Assessment Geoffrey A. Manne
2011 Antitrust
Funding Details:Manne is affiliated with the International Center for Law and Economics, which has long received Google funding [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Manne, Geoffrey A. "The Problem of Search Engines as Essential Facilities: An Economic & Legal Assessment." (2011)
Internet Search Competition: Where is the Beef? David Balto
2011 Antitrust
Other
Regulation
Funding Details:At the time of writing, Balto was a Fellow at the Center for American Progress, which is funded by Google. [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Balto, David. "Internet Search Competition: Where is the Beef?." David A. Balto Law Offices, available at http://www. dcAntitrustlaw. com/assets/content/documents/googl esearchfinal-Balto 1 (2011)
The Implementation, Application and Effects of the EU Directive on Copyright in the Information Society. CEPS Special Report No. 120, 19 November 2015 Alberto Bolognini
Andrea Renda
Felice Simonelli
Giacomo Luchetta
Giuseppe Mazziotti
2015 Copyright
Net Neutrality
Funding Details:Google is a "Corporate Member" of CEPS as of 2015 [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Renda, Andrea, Felice Simonelli, Giuseppe Mazziotti, Alberto Bolognini, and Giacomo Luchetta. "The Implementation, Application and Effects of the EU Directive on Copyright in the Information Society. CEPS Special Report No. 120, 19 November 2015." (2015)
Analysis of proposed network neutrality rules Barbara van Schewick
2015 Antitrust
Net Neutrality
Regulation
Funding Details:The Stanford Center for Internet and Society, where Van Schewick has been a fellow since 2001, received a $2 million grant from Google in 2006. [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:van Schewick, Barbara. "Analysis of proposed network neutrality rules." (2015)
Privacy And Antitrust: Underpants Gnomes, The First Amendment, And Subjectivity James C. Cooper
2013 Antitrust
Funding Details:Google Disclosure Page: George Mason University Law School Law and Economics Center [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Cooper, James C. "Privacy and Antitrust: Underpants Gnomes, the First Amendment, and Subjectivity." (2013)
Network neutrality and quality of service: What a non-discrimination rule should look like Barbara van Schewick
2014 Antitrust
Net Neutrality
Regulation
Funding Details:The Stanford Center for Internet and Society, where Van Schewick has been a fellow since 2001, received a $2 million grant from Google in 2006. [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Van Schewick, Barbara. "Network neutrality and quality of service: What a non-discrimination rule should look like." (2014)
Privacy and modern advertising: Most us Internet users want'do not track'to stop collection of data about their online activities Chris Jay Hoofnagle
2016 Antitrust
Regulation
Funding Details:Indirect Google support disclosed in an email to the Google Transparency Project
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Hoofnagle, Chris Jay. "Privacy and Security Through the Lens of the Federal Trade Commission's Bureau of Economics." In Workshop on the Economics of Information Security (WEIS 2016). 2016
Net Neutrality,'Non-Discrimination and Digital Distribution of Content Through the Internet Nicholas Economides
2007 Antitrust
Net Neutrality
Other
Regulation
Funding Details:Economides is the founder of the Net Institute which receives Google funding. No Google funding acknowledged in study. Vint Cerf on Net Institute board [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Economides, Nicholas. "'Net Neutrality,'Non-Discrimination and Digital Distribution of Content Through the Internet." TPRC, 2007
The Microsoft Case & Google Stephen D. Houck
2012 Antitrust
Funding Details:From the paper: ""Of counsel, Menaker & Herrmann. The author was lead trial counsel to the plaintiff states in the Microsoft litigation discussed in the article and is currently an advisor to Google."" [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Houck, Stephen. "The Microsoft Case and Google." Antitrust Chronicle 5 (2012)
Lca White Paper-How Flexibility Supports The Goals Of Copyright Law-Fair Use And The Us Library Experience Alexandra Wood
Elizabeth Hadzima
Jennifer M. Urban
Lila Bailey
2013 Copyright
Funding Details:In 2012, Google awarded $200,000 to the Samuelson Law, Technology and Public Policy Clinic, where Urban is Director [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Hadzima, Elizabeth, Alexandra Wood, Lila Bailey, and Jennifer Urban. "LCA White Paper-How Flexibility Supports the Goals of Copyright Law-Fair Use and the US Library Experience." (2013)
Google's Ad Preference Manager: One Small Step For Google. One Giant Leap For Privacy Berin Michael Szoka
2009 Other
Funding Details:Google Disclosure Page: Third Party Support and Policy Fellowship program [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Szoka, Berin Michael. "Google‰Ûªs Ad Preference Manager: One Small Step for Google, One Giant Leap for Privacy." (2009)
Copyright Exhaustion and the Personal Use Dilemma Aaron Perzanowski
Jason M. Schultz
2011 Copyright
Funding Details:In 2012, Google awarded $200,000 to the Samuelson Law, Technology and Public Policy Clinic, where Schultz is co-chair [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Perzanowski, Aaron, and Jason M. Schultz. "Copyright Exhaustion and the Personal Use Dilemma." Minn. L. Rev. 96 (2011): 2067
The Role Of Copyright In Online Creative Communities: Law, Norms, And Policy Casey Fiesler
2015 Copyright
Funding Details:Feisler held a Google Policy Fellowship in 2011 [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Fiesler, Casey. "The role of copyright in online creative communities: law, norms, and policy." PhD diss., Georgia Institute of Technology, 2015
Governing Spectrum Commons Rishabh Dara
2015 Regulation
Funding Details:Dara had a Google Policy Fellowship in 2011 [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Dara, Rishabh. "Governing Spectrum Commons." Browser Download This Paper (2015)
Does Antitrust Have a Role to Play in Regulating Big Data? D. Daniel Sokol
Roisin E. Comerford
2016 Antitrust
Regulation
Funding Details:Sokol is Senior Of Counsel Wilson, Sonisini Goodrich & Rosati, which counts Google as a client, but the authors assert that this is not sponsored research: "As a disclaimer, this is purely academic work – nobody sponsored it or offered to sponsor it. If they did, we would be sipping Mai Tais with our respective friends and families on a beach in Hawaii based on the proceeds of such a sponsorship. Weare not." [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Sokol, D. Daniel, and Roisin E. Comerford. "Does Antitrust Have a Role to Play in Regulating Big Data?." Available at SSRN 2723693 (2016)
Assertion of Standards-Essential Patents by Non-Practicing Entities Jorge L. Contreras
2015 Antitrust
Patents
Funding Details:In a 2015 paper, this author thanks Google for its support of a research symposium on patents [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Contreras, Jorge L. "Assertion of Standards-Essential Patents by Non-Practicing Entities." Patent Assertion Entities and Competition, D. Daniel Sokol ed.(Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2016) (2015)
The Protectability of Application Program Interfaces: Oracle America v. Google Jonathan Band
2015 Antitrust
Copyright
Funding Details:Band frequently publishes under the auspices of the CCIA, which has received Google support. Google also cites Band's work in other litigation, and a more direct relationship may exist [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Band, Jonathan. "The Protectability of Application Program Interfaces: Oracle America v. Google." Google (August 14, 2015) (2015)
Digital Feudalism: Enclosures And Erasures From Digital Rights Management To The Digital Divide James W. Losey
Sascha D. Meinrath
Victor W. Pickard
2011 Regulation
Funding Details:Pickard had a Google Policy Fellowship in 2008 [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Meinrath, Sascha D., James W. Losey, and Victor W. Pickard. "Digital feudalism: Enclosures and erasures from digital rights management to the digital divide." CommLaw Conspectus 19 (2010): 423
Censorship, Governments & Flagellating Google Lauren Weinstein
2011 Copyright
Funding Details:Google reveals prominent Stanford Law professor among paid consultants [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Weinstein, Lauren. "Censorship, Governments, and Flagellating Google".(2011)
Automated Experiments on Ad Privacy Settings Amit Datta
Anupam Datta
Michael Carl Tschantz
2015 Advertising
Funding Details:Google funds both Carnegie Mellon, where Anumpam and Amit Datta work, and the Berkeley International Computer Science Institute, where Tschantz is a researcher [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Datta, Amit, Michael Carl Tschantz, and Anupam Datta. "Automated experiments on ad privacy settings." Proceedings on Privacy Enhancing Technologies 2015, no. 1 (2015): 92-112
Strange Bedfellows: Network Neutrality's Unifying Influence Marvin Ammori
2009 Antitrust
Regulation
Funding Details:Marvin Ammori co-manages the Ammori Group, a law firm and Internet-law consulting practice whose clients include Google Inc. [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Ammori, Marvin. "Strange Bedfellows: Network Neutrality's Unifying Influence." Regent UL Rev. 22 (2009): 335
Antitrust issues in network industries Nicholas Economides
2008 Antitrust
Copyright
Net Neutrality
Regulation
Funding Details:Economides is the founder of the Net Institute which receives Google funding. No Google funding acknowledged in study. Vint Cerf on Net Institute board [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Economides, Nicholas. "Antitrust issues in network industries." The Reform of EC Competition Law (2008): 24
Interfaces on Trial 3.0: Oracle America v. Google and Beyond Jonathan Band
2016 Copyright
Funding Details:Band frequently publishes under the auspices of the CCIA, which has received Google support. Google also cites Band's work in other litigation, and a more direct relationship may exist [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Band, Jonathan. "Interfaces on Trial 3.0: Oracle America v. Google and Beyond." (2016)
Regulating the new information intermediaries as gatekeepers of information diversity Dr. Katharina Kleinen-Von Königslöw
Natali Helberger
Rob van der Noll
2015 Copyright
Funding Details:Google is a "Corporate Member" of CEPS as of 2015 [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Helberger, Natali, Katharina Kleinen-von Königslöw, and Rob van der Noll. "Regulating the new information intermediaries as gatekeepers of information diversity." info 17, no. 6 (2015): 50-71
Understanding Online Markets and Antitrust Analysis D. Daniel Sokol
Jingyuan Ma
2016 Antitrust
Copyright
Funding Details:From the paper: "Professor Sokol in his capacity as Senior Of Counsel at Wilson SonsiniGoodrich & Rosati consults for a number of companies involved in online markets, including Google." [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Sokol, D. Daniel, and Jingyuan Ma. "Understanding Online Markets and Antitrust Analysis." (2016)
Chairman Leibowitz's Disconnect on Privacy Regulation & the Future of News Adam D. Thierer
Berin Michael Szoka
2010 Antitrust
Regulation
Funding Details:The Progress and Freedom Foundation listed Google as a supporter on its website by 2007, and continued to claim Google support until the foundation's closure in 2010. [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Thierer, Adam D., and Berin Michael Szoka. "Chairman Leibowitzäó»s Disconnect on Privacy Regulation & the Future of News." The Progress & Freedom Foundation Progress Snapshot 6, no. 1 (2010)
Unbundling Google Users From Europe Mario Mariniello
2014 Antitrust
Funding Details:From the paper: "'Full disclosure: Bruegel is supported by a number of public and private members, including Google, Microsoft and Deutsche Telekom. Neither was involved in the writing of this commentary, and their contributions amounted to 1.3% of BruegelÕs total 2012 budget. A full list of members and their contributions can be found here."" [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Mariniello, M. "Unbundling Google Users from Europe." Bruegel, Section Comments (2014)
Google Politics: The Political Determinants Of Internet Censorship In Democracies Daniel Pemstein
Stephen A. Meserve
2017 Other
Funding Details:From the paper: "The authors contributed equally to this work, which was supported, in part, by a Google Faculty Research Award." [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Meserve, Stephen A., and Daniel Pemstein. "Google Politics: The Political Determinants of Internet Censorship in Democracies.
The High-School Profiling Attack: How Online Privacy Laws Can Actually Increase Minors' Risk Keith W. Ross
Ratan Dey
Yuan Ding
2013 Privacy
Funding Details:Ross received a Faculty Research Award in 2012 [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Dey, Ratan, Yuan Ding, and Keith W. Ross. "The high-school profiling attack: How online privacy laws can actually increase minors‰ risk." In Proc. of Internet Measurement Conference, vol. 13. 2013
Ancillary Copyright for News Publishers: Would Google Really Have to Pay?‰ÛÒA Competition Law Analysis Christian Kersting
Sebastian Dworschak
2013 Antitrust
Copyright
Funding Details:From the paper: "Both the German and the English version of this paper are based on a legal opinion provided by the first author for Google Germany GmbH. The authors thank Julia Holtz of Google for the translation."" [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Kersting, Christian, and Sebastian Dworschak. "Ancillary Copyright for News Publishers: Would Google Really Have to Pay?‰ A Competition Law Analysis." A Competition Law Analysis (2013)
Sunlight: Fine-grained targeting detection at scale with statistical confidence Augustin Chaintreau
Daniel Hsu
Mathias Lecuyer
Riley Spahn
Roxana Geambasu
Yannis Spiliopolous
2015 Privacy
Funding Details:From the paper: "This work was supported by a Google Research Award" [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Lecuyer, Mathias, Riley Spahn, Yannis Spiliopolous, Augustin Chaintreau, Roxana Geambasu, and Daniel Hsu. "Sunlight: Fine-grained targeting detection at scale with statistical confidence." In Proceedings of the 22nd ACM SIGSAC Conference on Computer and Communications Security, pp. 554-566. ACM, 2015
The Perfect Is The Enemy Of The Good: The Antitrust Objections To The Google Books Settlement Marina Lao
2011 Antitrust
Funding Details:From the paper: "Note: Lao does not disclose Google funding in this white paper, but does disclose Google funding elsewhere: "This essay draws from the author's article entitled Search, Essential Facilities, and the Antitrust Duty to Deal, 11 NW. J.TECH.& INTELL. PROP. 27" [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Lao, Marina. "The Perfect Is the Enemy of the Good: The Antitrust Objections to the Google Books Settlement." (2011)
An Overview Of Privacy Law Daniel J. Solove
Paul M. Schwartz
2015 First Amendment
Privacy
Funding Details:Schwartz received a Google Faculty Research Award in 2011 [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Solove, Daniel J., and Paul M. Schwartz. "An Overview of Privacy Law." (2015)
Why Imposing New Tolls On Third-Party Content And Applications Threatens Innovation And Will Not Improve Broadband Providers Investment Nicholas Economides
2010 Broadband Infrastructure
Funding Details:From the paper: ""The research reported herein was supported by Google Inc.; the views expressed in this paper are, of course, those of the author." " [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Economides, Nicholas. "Why Imposing New Tolls on Third-Party Content and Applications Threatens Innovation and Will Not Improve Broadband Providers‰Ûª Investment." (2010)
Counting The Costs Of Collective Rights Management Of Music Copyright In Europe Benjamin Gibert
Roya Ghafele
2011 Copyright
Funding Details:From the paper: "This research material was made possible through the generous funding of Google. The authors would like to thank Google for its funding." [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Ghafele, Roya, and Benjamin Gibert. "Counting the Costs of Collective Rights Management of Music Copyright in Europe." (2011)
Attention Rivalry Among Online Platforms David S. Evans
2013 Antitrust
Funding Details:From the paper: "I would like to thank Steven Joyce and Jacqueline Murphy for research help; Howard Chang, Elisa Mariscal, Richard Schmalensee, Catherine E. Tucker, and Vanessa Zhang and a referee for very helpful suggestions; and Google for funding the research." [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Evans, David S. "Attention Rivalry Among Online Platforms." Journal of Competition Law and Economics 9, no. 2 (2013): 313-357
Rejoinder-Implications of €œOnline Display Advertising: Targeting and Obtrusiveness” Avi Goldfarb
Catherine E. Tucker
2011 Regulation
Funding Details:Tucker's CV discloses $155,000 in Google support,awarded between 2009 and 2012 [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Goldfarb, Avi, and Catherine E. Tucker. "Rejoinder-Implications of “Online Display Advertising: Targeting and Obtrusiveness”." Marketing Science 30, no. 3 (2011): 413-415
Advertising bans and the substitutability of online and offline advertising Avi Goldfarb
Catherine E. Tucker
2011 Regulation
Taxes
Funding Details:From the paper: "We thank WPP/Google Marketing Research Awards for providing financial support for this project." [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Goldfarb, Avi, and Catherine E. Tucker. "Advertising bans and the substitutability of online and offline advertising." Journal of Marketing Research 48, no. 2 (2011): 207-227
The Digital Public Domain: Foundations for an Open Culture Juan Carlos De Martin
2012 Regulation
Funding Details:Hal Abelson, Google visiting scholar is a contributor to this volume [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:De Martin, Juan Carlos. "The Digital Public Domain: Foundations for an Open Culture." (2012)
The Information Privacy Law Of Web Applications And Cloud Computing Sebastian Zimmeck
2013 Privacy
Funding Details:From the paper: "I would like to thank Google and the University of California, Berkeley for a generous research fellowship that made this work possible. " [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Zimmeck, Sebastian. "The information privacy Law of Web applications and cloud computing." (2013)
Breaking The Web: Data Localization Vs. The Global Internet Anupam Chander
Uyên P. Lê
2014 Other
Funding Details:From the paper: "We are grateful for a Google Research Award, which helped support this work." [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Chander, Anupam, and Uyen P. Le. "Breaking the Web: Data Localization vs. the Global Internet." (2014)
Neutral'Search As A Basis For Antitrust Action? Marina Lao
2013 Antitrust
Funding Details:From the paper: "This essay draws from the author's article entitled Search, Essential Facilities, and the Antitrust Duty to Deal, 11 NW. J.TECH. & INTELL. PROP. 275 (2013), which received research funding from Google Inc. " [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Lao, Marina. "'Neutral Search as a Basis for Antitrust Action?." (2013)
Might Financial Cryptography Kill Financial Innovation?The Curious Case Of Emv Frank Stajano
Mike Bond
Omar Choudary
Ross Anderson
Steven J. Murdoch
2011 Antitrust
Security
Funding Details:From the paper: "Omar Choudary is a recipient of the Google Europe Fellowship in Mobile Security, and this research is supported in part by this Google Fellowship. However the ideas in this paper were not discussed with any Google staff prior to submission and thus do not necessarily represent the views of Google." [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Anderson, Ross, Mike Bond, Omar Choudary, Steven J. Murdoch, and Frank Stajano. "Might financial cryptography kill financial innovation?‰ the curious case of EMV." In International Conference on Financial Cryptography and Data Security, pp. 220-234. Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2011
Information Goes Global: Protecting Privacy, Security, and the New Economy in a World of Cross-Border Data Flows Anupam Chander
Usman Ahmed
2015 Security
Funding Details:Chandler received Faculty Research awards in 2012, 2013, and 2014 [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Ahmed, Usman, and Anupam Chander. "Information Goes Global: Protecting Privacy, Security, and the New Economy in a World of Cross-Border Data Flows." In E15Initiative. Geneva: International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development (ICTSD) and World Economic Forum. 2015
What do they know about me Ashwini Rao
Florian Schaub
Norman Sadeh
2015 Privacy
Security
Funding Details:From the paper: "This work was in part supported by the National Science Founda-tion under grant CNS13-30596 and in part by grants from Google and Samsung." [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Rao, Ashwini, Florian Schaub, and Norman Sadeh. "What do they know about me." Contents and concerns of online behavioral profiles (2015)
Google And The Limits Of Antitrust: The Case Against The Case Against Google Geoffrey A. Manne
Joshua D. Wright
2011 Antitrust
Funding Details:From the paper: "We also gratefully acknowledge a grant from the International Center for Law & Economics, which has previously received support from Google, among other companies." [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Manne, Geoffrey A., and Joshua D. Wright. "Google And The Limits Of Antitrust: The Case Against The Case Against Google, 34 HARV." JL & pub. pol'Y 171 (2011)
A Look At The Consequences Of Internet Censorship Through An Isp Lens Mobin Javed
Sheharbano Khattak
Syed Ali Khayam
Vern Paxson
Zartash Afzal Uzmi
2014 Other
Funding Details:Paxzon has received a Faculty Research Award and two Focused Research Awards from Google [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Khattak, Sheharbano, Mobin Javed, Syed Ali Khayam, Zartash Afzal Uzmi, and Vern Paxson. "A look at the consequences of internet censorship through an ISP lens." In Proceedings of the 2014 Conference on Internet Measurement Conference, pp. 271-284. ACM, 2014
Towards Usable Privacy Policies: Semi-automatically Extracting Data Practices from Websites' Privacy Policies Aleecia M. McDonald
Alessandro Acquisti
Joel Reidenberg
Lorrie Faith Cranor
Noah A. Smith
Norman Sadeh
Travis D. Breaux
2014 Privacy
Funding Details:Multiple coauthors have received direct Google support [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Sadeh, Norman, Alessandro Acquisti, Travis D. Breaux, Lorrie Faith Cranor, Aleecia M. McDonald, Joel Reidenberg, Noah A. Smith et al. "Towards Usable Privacy Policies: Semi-automatically Extracting Data Practices From Websites‰Ûª Privacy Policies." SOUPS, 2014
The Racist algorithm? Anupam Chander
2016 Other
Funding Details:From the paper: "I am grateful as well to a Google Research Award that supported related research." [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Chander, Anupam. "The Racist algorithm?." (2016)
Open Standards: Public Policy Aspects And Competition Law Requirements Marcus Glader
2010 Copyright
Funding Details:From the paper: "Financial support from Google for the preparation of this paper is gratefully acknowledged." [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Glader, Marcus. "Open standards: public policy aspects and competition law requirements." European Competition Journal 6, no. 3 (2010): 611-648
A Counterfactual Impact Analysis Of Fair Use Policy On Copyright Related Industries In Singapore Benjamin Gibert
Roya Ghafele
2014 Copyright
Funding Details:From the paper: "This paper draws on a 2010 report on the topic, which was prepared at the time with funding from Google." [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Ghafele, Roya, and Benjamin Gibert. "A counterfactual impact analysis of Fair Use policy on copyright related industries in Singapore." Laws 3, no. 2 (2014): 327-352
How Notice-And-Takedown Regimes Create Markets For Music On Youtube: An Empirical Study Paul J. Heald
2014 Copyright
Funding Details:Heald received a Google Faculty Research Award in 2011 [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Heald, Paul J. "How Notice-and-Takedown Regimes Create Markets for Music on YouTube: An Empirical Study." UMKC L. Rev. 83 (2014): 313
The Role of Keyword Advertising in Competition among Rival Brands David S. Evans
Elisa V. Mariscal
2012 Antitrust
Funding Details:From the paper: "They would like to thank Nicholas Giancarlo and Jeffrey Jensen for research help and Google for financial support. " [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Mariscal, Elisa V., and David S. Evans. "The Role of Keyword Advertising in Competition among Rival Brands." (2012)
A roadmap to the smartphone patent wars and frand licensing Michael A. Carrier
2012 Antitrust
Copyright
Funding Details:Carrier acknowledges a research award from Google in a 2012 research paper [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Carrier, Michael A. "A roadmap to the smartphone patent wars and frand licensing." CPI Antitrust Chronicle 2 (2012)
The Challenges Of Scaling Wisps Barath Raghavan
Max Bittman
Shaddi Hasan
Yahel Ben-David
2015 Broadband Infrastructure
Funding Details:From the paper: "This work was supported by a grant from Google.org and an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship." [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Hasan, Shaddi, Yahel Ben-David, Max Bittman, and Barath Raghavan. "The challenges of scaling wisps." In Proceedings of the 2015 annual symposium on computing for development, pp. 3-11. ACM, 2015
Licensing Music Works And Transaction Costs In Europe KEA European Affairs
2012 Copyright
Funding Details:From the paper: ""KEA would like to thank Google, the internet services company, for financing which made this study possible. The study was carried out independently and reflects the views of KEA alone."" [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:KEA European Affairs. "Licensing music works and transaction costs in Europe." (2012)
Student Privacy And Cloud Computing At The District Level: Next Steps And Key Issues Alicia Solow-Niederman
Leah Plunkett
Urs Gasser
2014 Privacy
Regulation
Funding Details:Gasser received a Google Faculty Research Award in 2014 [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Solow-Niederman, Alicia, Leah Plunkett, and Urs Gasser. "Student Privacy and Cloud Computing at the District Level: Next Steps and Key Issues." (2014)
What Does The Chicago School Teach About Internet Search And The Antitrust Treatment Of Google? J. Gregory Sidak
Robert H. Bork
2012 Antitrust
Funding Details:From the paper: "Google commissioned this report, but the views expressed are solely our own." [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Bork, Robert H., and J. Gregory Sidak. "What Does the Chicago School Teach About Internet Search and the Antitrust Treatment of Google?." Journal of Competition Law and Economics 8, no. 4 (2012): 663-700
The role for economic analysis in the FTC's Google investigation Michael A. Salinger
Robert J. Levinson
2013 Antitrust
Funding Details:From the paper: "Salinger and Levinson were consultants to Google during the FTC’s investigation, and Google provided financial support for this paper. The views expressed in this paper are the authors’ alone. " [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Salinger, Michael A., and Robert J. Levinson. "The role for economic analysis in the FTC‰Ûªs Google investigation." Retreived February 12 (2013): 2014
Patent Pledges Jorge L. Contreras
2015 Copyright
Patents
Funding Details:From the paper: "The author also thanks Google Inc. for its support of the 2015 Patent Pledges Symposium." [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Contreras, Jorge L. "A market reliance theory for FRAND commitments and other patent pledges." Utah L. Rev. (2015): 479
Social Networks, Advertising, and Antitrust Alex Marthews
Catherine E. Tucker
2011 Antitrust
Other
Regulation
Funding Details:From the paper: "This paper refers to academic research that I have conducted that has been supported by Google, NBER, the National Sci-ence Foundation, the Net Institute, and WPP." [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Tucker, Catherine, and Alex Marthews. "Social Networks, Advertising, and Antitrust." Geo. Mason L. Rev. 19 (2011): 1211
High-Technology Employment In The European Union Ian Hathaway
Jozef Konings
Maarten Goos
Marieke Vandeweyer
2013 Other
Funding Details:From the paper: ""The authors thank Google for providing funding for this report. All opinions contained in this study reflect the independent views and analysis of the authors alone."" [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Goos, Maarten, Ian Hathaway, Jozef Konings, and Marieke Vandeweyer. "High-technology employment in the European Union." (2013)
Do Bad Things Happen When Works Enter The Public Domain: Empirical Tests Of Copyright Term Extension Christopher Buccafusco
Paul J. Heald
2013 Copyright
Funding Details:Heald received a Google Faculty Research Award in 2011 and Buccafusco acknowledged Google funding in other papers [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Buccafusco, Christopher, and Paul J. Heald. "Do bad things happen when works enter the public domain?: Empirical tests of copyright term extension." Berkeley Technology Law Journal (2013): 1-43
Facebookistan Anupam Chander
2012 Regulation
Funding Details:Chander received Faculty Research awards in 2012, 2013, and 2014 [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Chander, Anupam. "Facebookistan." (2012)
Online Advertising: Defining Relevant Markets Daniel L. Rubinfeld
James D. Ratliff
2010 Antitrust
Funding Details:From the paper: "This study was supported by funding from Google. The authors have no prior involvement in any Google matters. The opinions are solely those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of Google. We wish to thank Hal Varian for his helpful comments throughout. " [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Ratliff, James D., and Daniel L. Rubinfeld. "Online advertising: Defining relevant markets." Journal of Competition Law and Economics 6, no. 3 (2010): 653-686
Evolution Of Product Search, The Babur De los Santos
Matthijs R. Wildenbeest
Michael R. Baye
2012 Other
Funding Details:From the paper: "Funding for the data and research assistance related to this research was made possible by a grant from Google to Indiana University. The views expressed in this paper are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of Indiana University or Google." [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Baye, Michael R., Babur De los Santos, and Matthijs R. Wildenbeest. "The evolution of product search." JL Econ. & Poly 9 (2012): 201
Industry Self-Regulation Of Consumer Data Privacy And Security, 32 J. Marshall J. Info. Tech. & Privacy L. 15 (2015) Siona Listokin
2015 Regulation
Security
Funding Details:From the paper: "I am grateful for support from the George Mason Law School Law and Economics Center, as well as a research grant from Google Inc." [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Listokin, Siona. "Industry Self-Regulation of Consumer Data Privacy and Security, 32 J. Marshall J. Info. Tech. & Privacy L. 15 (2015)." The John Marshall Journal of Information Technology & Privacy Law 32, no. 1 (2015): 2
Information Fiduciaries And The First Amendment Jack M. Balkin
2016 First Amendment
Privacy
Funding Details:Balkin received a Google Focused Research Award to study Open Standards [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Balkin, Jack M. "Information fiduciaries and the first amendment." (2016)
Copyright And Innovation: The Untold Story Michael A. Carrier
2012 Copyright
Funding Details:From the paper: "This project received funding from Google pursuant to its Research Award program. " [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Carrier, Michael A. "Copyright and innovation: The untold story." (2012)
Money From Music: Survey Evidence On Musicians Revenue And Lessons About Copyright Incentives Peter C. DiCola
2013 Copyright
Funding Details:From the paper: "Research grants for the Artist Revenue Streams Project came from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, with additional support from YouTube and the East Bay Community Foundation." [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:DiCola, Peter C. "Money from music: Survey evidence on musicians‰' revenue and lessons about copyright incentives." (2013)
Integrating Approaches To Privacy Across The Research Lifecycle: When Is Information Purely Public? Alexandra Wood
David O‰'Brien
Jonathan Ullman
Kobbi Nissim
Micah Altman
Michael Bar-Sinai
Michael John Wojcik
Salil P. Vadhan
Urs Gasser
2015 Privacy
Security
Funding Details:Gasser received a Google Faculty Research Award in 2014 [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Gasser, Urs, David O‰'Brien, Jonathan Ullman, Micah Altman, Michael Bar-Sinai, Kobbi Nissim, Salil P. Vadhan, Michael John Wojcik, and Alexandra B. Wood. "Integrating Approaches to Privacy Across the Research Lifecycle: When Is Information Purely Public?." (2015)
The Eu-Us Privacy Collision: A Turn To Institutions And Procedures Paul M. Schwartz
2013 Privacy
Funding Details:Schwartz received a Google Faculty Research Award in 2011 [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Schwartz, Paul M. "The EU-US privacy collision: a turn to institutions and procedures." (2013)
Why The Google Books Settlement Is Procompetitive Einer Elhauge
2010 Copyright
Funding Details:From the paper: "I am grateful for extraordinarily able assistance from Mitchell Reich, for comments from the anonymous peer reviewer, and for research support from Google, Inc. The conclusions here are mine, not theirs, and should also not be taken to reflect the views of Harvard University. " [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Elhauge, Einer. "Why the Google books settlement is procompetitive." Journal of Legal Analysis 2, no. 1 (2010): 1-68
Piracy And Copyright Enforcement Mechanisms Brett Danaher
Michael D. Smith
Rahul Telang
2014 Copyright
Regulation
Funding Details:Telang and Smith received a Google Faculty Research award in 2013 [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Danaher, Brett, Michael D. Smith, and Rahul Telang. "Piracy and copyright enforcement mechanisms." Innovation Policy and the Economy 14, no. 1 (2014): 25-61
Privacy Protection And Technology Diffusion: The Case Of Electronic Medical Records Amalia R. Miller
Catherine E. Tucker
2009 Privacy
Funding Details:Tucker CV discloses $155,000 in funding from Google [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Miller, Amalia R., and Catherine E. Tucker. "Privacy protection and technology diffusion: The case of electronic medical records." Management Science 55, no. 7 (2009): 1077-1093
How Copyright Keeps Works Disappeared Paul J. Heald
2014 Copyright
Funding Details:Heald received a Google Faculty Research Award in 2011 [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Heald, Paul J. "How copyright keeps works disappeared." Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 11, no. 4 (2014): 829-866
Licensing in the Shadow of Copyright David Touve
Peter C. DiCola
2014 Antitrust
Copyright
Regulation
Funding Details:DiCola received support from YouTube to write about copyright issues in 2013 [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:DiCola, Peter C., and David Touve. "Licensing in the Shadow of Copyright." (2014)
The Policy Implications of Licensing Standard Essential FRAND-Committed Patents in Bundles Anne Layne-Farrar
Michael A. Salinger
2016 Antitrust
Patents
Funding Details:Salinger and Layne-Farrar received Google funding for a related paper in 2015. [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Layne-Farrar, Anne, and Michael A. Salinger. "The Policy Implications of Licensing Standard Essential FRAND-Committed Patents in Bundles." (2016)
Measuring Benchmark Damages in Antitrust Litigation Daniel L. Rubinfeld
Justin McCrary
2014 Antitrust
Funding Details:Rubinfeld acknowledges receiving Google support in several other papers published between 2010 and 2014 [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:McCrary, Justin, and Daniel L. Rubinfeld. "Measuring benchmark damages in Antitrust litigation." Journal of Econometric Methods 3, no. 1 (2014): 63-74
The Move To Smart Mobile And Its Implications For Antitrust Analysis Of Online Markets David S. Evans
Deepa Mani
Hemant K. Bhargava
2016 Antitrust
Funding Details:From the paper: "The authors gratefully acknowledge research support from Google." [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Bhargava, Hemant K., David S. Evans, and Deepa Mani. "The Move to Smart Mobile and Its Implications for Antitrust Analysis of Online Markets." (2016)
The Hidden Costs of Free Goods: Implications for Antitrust Enforcement Daniel L. Rubinfeld
Michal S. Gal
2015 Antitrust
Copyright
Regulation
Funding Details:Rubinfeld acknowledges receiving Google support in several other papers published between 2010 and 2014 [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Gal, Michal S., and Daniel L. Rubinfeld. "The Hidden Costs of Free Goods: Implications for Antitrust Enforcement." UC Berkeley Public Law Research Paper 2529425 (2015): 14-44
The Future Of Big Data And Social Mining For Science And Policy Dino Pedreschi
2013 Privacy
Security
Funding Details:From the paper: "In 2009, Dino received a Google Research Award for his research on privacy- preserving data mining."
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Pedreschi, Dino. "The Future of Big Data and Social Mining for Science and Policy." (2013)
With Enough Eyeballs All Searches Are Diligent: Mobilizing The Crowd In Copyright Clearance For Mass Digitization Kris Erickson
Marcella Favale
Maurizio Borghi
2016 Copyright
Funding Details:Borghi received a Faculty Research Award in 2014. According to Borghi, acknowledgment of Google funding was not due because research for this papers was not funded by the Google Faculty Research Award (statement to the Google Transparency Project). [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Borghi, Maurizio, Kris Erickson, and Marcella Favale. "With Enough Eyeballs All Searches Are Diligent: Mobilizing the Crowd in Copyright Clearance for Mass Digitization." (2016)
Valuing Publication And Attribution In Intellectual Property Christopher Buccafusco
Christopher Jon Sprigman
Zachary C. Burns
2012 Copyright
Funding Details:From the paper: "The authors are also grateful for grants from Google and the Batten Institute at the Darden School of Business that supported this research." [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Sprigman, Christopher, Christopher Buccafusco, and Zachary Burns. "Valuing Publication and Attribution in Intellectual Property." (2012)
Unchaining Investments: Barriers To Us Venture Capital Investments In German Internet And Digital Businesses Christian Tegge
Jonas Vossler
Sven Ripsas
2015 Other
Funding Details:From the paper: "We would like to thank Google Inc. for the confidence in our work." [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Tegge, Christian, Sven Ripsas, and Jonas Vossler. "Unchaining Investments - Barriers to US Venture Capital Investments in German Internet and Digital Businesses!". (2013)
I Know Where You Live: Analyzing Privacy Protection In Public Databases (Cmu-Cylab-11-015) Divya Sharma
Lorrie Faith Cranor
Manya Sleeper
2011 Privacy
Funding Details:Cranor has received five research grants from Google [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Sleeper, Manya, Divya Sharma, and Lorrie Faith Cranor. "I Know Where You Live: Analyzing Privacy Protection in Public Databases (CMU-CyLab-11-015)." (2011)
Moving Beyond Caricature And Characterization: The Modern Rule Of Reason In Practice Andrew I. Gavil
2012 Antitrust
Funding Details:From the paper: "The preparation of this article was supported by a gift from Google Inc., which is not responsible for its content." [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Gavil, Andrew I. "Moving Beyond Caricature and Characterization: The Modern Rule of Reason in Practice." (2012)
The Impact Of U.S. Internet Copyright Regulations On Early-Stage Investment Christopher Pencavel
Matthew Le Merle
Raju Sarma
Tashfeen Ahmed
2011 Copyright
Funding Details:From the paper: "This report was financed by Google Inc., and independently researched and written by Booz & Company." [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Le Merle, Matthew, Raju Sarma, Tashfeen Ahmed, and Christopher Pencavel. "The Impact of US Internet Copyright Regulations on Early-Stage Investment A Quantitative Study." (2011)
Copyright And The Value Of The Public Domain: An Empirical Assessment Dinusha Mendis
Fabian Homberg
Kris Erickson
Martin Kretschmer
Paul J. Heald
2015 Copyright
Funding Details:Heald received a Google Faculty Research Award in 2011 [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Erickson, Kris, Paul J. Heald, Fabian Homberg, Martin Kretschmer, and Dinusha Mendis. "Copyright and the Value of the Public Domain: An empirical assessment." (2015)
Virtualizing The Access Network Via Open Apis Craig Russell
Dennis Ong
Hassan Habibi Gharakheili
John Matthews
Tim Moors
Vijay Sivaraman
2013 Broadband Infrastructure
Funding Details:From the paper: "The authors thank Google for supporting this project via a Research Award, and specifically Josh Bailey [Google engineer] who has been a close collaborator throughout this work." [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Sivaraman, Vijay, Tim Moors, Hassan Habibi Gharakheili, Dennis Ong, John Matthews, and Craig Russell. "Virtualizing the access network via open APIs." In Proceedings of the ninth ACM conference on Emerging networking experiments and technologies, pp. 31-42. ACM, 2013
Privacy Regulation and market structure Avi Goldfarb
Catherine E. Tucker
James Campbell
2015 Antitrust
Regulation
Funding Details:Tucker's CV discloses $155,000 in Google support,awarded between 2009 and 2012 [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Campbell, James, Avi Goldfarb, and Catherine E. Tucker. "Privacy Regulation and market structure." Journal of Economics & Management Strategy 24, no. 1 (2015): 47-73
Ad-blocking games: Monetizing online content under the threat of ad avoidance Jean-Pierre Hubaux
Jens Grossklags
Mohammad Hossein Manshaei
Nevena Vratonjic
2013 Antitrust
Regulation
Security
Funding Details:Grosslags received a Google Faculty Research Award in 2011 [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Vratonjic, Nevena, Mohammad Hossein Manshaei, Jens Grossklags, and Jean-Pierre Hubaux. "Ad-blocking games: Monetizing online content under the threat of ad avoidance." In The Economics of Information Security and Privacy, pp. 49-73. Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2013
Toward Building a Safe, Secure, and Easy-to-Use Internet of Things Infrastructure Anind K. Dey
Yuvraj Agarwal
2016 Security
Funding Details:From the paper: "We formed our team at CMU shortly after Google held an open call for proposals on the Open Web of Things. We responded and received the lead award on what is now known as the IoT Expedition (www.iotexpedition.org), which includes partners at Cornell Tech, the University of Illinois, and Google." [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Agarwal, Yuvraj, and Anind K. Dey. "Toward Building a Safe, Secure, and Easy-to-Use Internet of Things Infrastructure." Computer 49, no. 4 (2016): 88-91
Can Americans Resist Surveillance? Ryan Calo
2016 Other
Privacy
Funding Details:Calo received a Google Focused Research Award to study Privacy [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Calo, Ryan. "Can Americans Resist Surveillance?." The University of Chicago Law Review (2016): 23-43
Misplaced Confidences Privacy And The Control Paradox Alessandro Acquisti
George Loewenstein
Laura Brandimarte
2013 Privacy
Funding Details:From the paper: "Acquisti also gratefully acknowledges support from Google's Focused Research Award and from National Science Foundation (Award CNS-1012763)." [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Brandimarte, Laura, Alessandro Acquisti, and George Loewenstein. "Misplaced confidences privacy and the control paradox." Social Psychological and Personality Science 4, no. 3 (2013): 340-347
Searching For Physical And Digital Media Babur De los Santos
Matthijs R. Wildenbeest
Michael R. Baye
2013 Antitrust
Funding Details:From the paper: "We thank two anonymous referees, as well as Avi Goldfarb, Shane Greenstein, Marc Rysman, Catherine E. Tucker, Hal Varian...Funding for the data and research assistance related to this research was made possible by a grant from Google to Indiana University. The views expressed in this chapter are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of Indiana University or Google. For... disclosure of the authors' material financial relationships, if any, please see http://nber.org/chapters/c12989.ack." [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Baye, Michael R., Babur De los Santos, and Matthijs R. Wildenbeest. Searching for physical and digital media: The evolution of platforms for finding books. No. w19519. National Bureau of Economic Research, 2013
Expecting The Unexpected: Understanding Mismatched Privacy Expectations Online Alessandro Acquisti
Ashwini Rao
Florian Schaub
Norman Sadeh
Ruogu Kang
2016 Privacy
Funding Details:Multiple coauthors have received direct Google support [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Rao, Ashwini, Florian Schaub, Norman Sadeh, Alessandro Acquisti, and Ruogu Kang. "Expecting the unexpected: Understanding mismatched privacy expectations online." In Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security (SOUPS). 2016
Current Proposals to Amend US Patent Law Jorge L. Contreras
Ryan Schneer
2013 Copyright
Other
Funding Details:From the paper: "Financial supportby Google, Inc. and Microsoft Corporationis gratefully acknowledged." [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Contreras, Jorge L., and Ryan Schneer. "Current Proposals to Amend US Patent Law." Available at SSRN 2350240 (2013)
Innovation Heuristics: Experiments On Sequential Creativity In Intellectual Property Christopher Buccafusco
Christopher Jon Sprigman
Stefan Bechtold
2015 Copyright
Funding Details:From the paper: "The authors thank Google and The Filomen D'Agostino and Max E. Greenberg Research Fund for providing research grants that supported this project. " [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Bechtold, Stefan, Christopher Buccafusco, and Christopher Jon Sprigman. "Innovation heuristics: experiments on sequential creativity in Intellectual Property." Ind. LJ 91 (2015): 1251
Law And The Geography Of Cyberspace Anupam Chander
2015 Copyright
Funding Details:Chander received Faculty Research awards in 2012, 2013, and 2014 [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Chander, Anupam. "Law and the Geography of Cyberspace." Browser Download This Paper (2015)
Elements Of A New Ethical Framework For Big Data Research Alexandra Wood
David O'Brien
Effy Vayena
Micah Altman
Urs Gasser
2016 Other
Funding Details:Gasser received a Google Faculty Research Award in 2014 [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Vayena, Effy, Urs Gasser, Alexandra B. Wood, David O'Brien, and Micah Altman. "Elements of a New Ethical Framework for Big Data Research." (2016)
First Amendment Protection For Search Engine Search Results Donald M. Falk
Eugene Volokh
2011 Antitrust
Funding Details:From the paper: "This White Paper was commissioned by Google, but the views within it should not necessarily be ascribed to Google." [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Volokh, Eugene; Falk, Donald M. "Google: First Amendment Protection for Search Engine Search Results." Journal of Law, Economics & Policy 8.4 (2012): 883-900.
A Tale Of Two Papers: How Exclusive Auction-Based Approaches Mean The Demise Of Unlicensed Spectrum Gregory F. Rose
2011 Regulation
Funding Details:From the paper: "The author is grateful to Google for its support of this study." [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Rose, Gregory F. "A Tale of Two Papers: How Exclusive Auction-Based Approaches Mean the Demise of Unlicensed Spectrum." (2011)
What's In, And What'S Out: How IP's Boundary Rules Shape Innovation Christopher Jon Sprigman
Mark P. McKenna
2016 Copyright
Patents
Funding Details:Sprigman received a Google Faculty Research Award in 2011 [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:McKenna, Mark P., and Christopher Jon Sprigman. "What's In, and What's Out: How IP's Boundary Rules Shape Innovation." (2016)
Nudges for Privacy and Security: Understanding and Assisting Users' Choices Online Alessandro Acquisti
Florian Schaub
Idris Adjerid
Laura Brandimarte
Lorrie Faith Cranor
Norman Sadeh
Pedro Giovanni Leon
Rebecca Hunt Balebako
Saranga Komanduri
2016 Regulation
Security
Funding Details:Acquisiti received a Faculty Research Award from Google in 2014. Cranor received multiple research awards from Google. Sleeper is a user experience employee at Google [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Acquisti, Alessandro, Idris Adjerid, Rebecca Hunt Balebako, Laura Brandimarte, Lorrie Faith Cranor, Saranga Komanduri, Pedro Giovanni Leon et al. "Nudges for Privacy and Security: Understanding and Assisting Users‰Ûª Choices Online." (2016)
What You Need To Know About Standard Essential Patents Michael A. Carrier
2014 Antitrust
Patents
Funding Details:Carrier acknowledges a research award from Google in a 2012 research paper [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Carrier, Michael A. "What You Need To Know About Standard Essential Patents." Competition Policy International 8, no. 2 (2014)
The meaning of FRAND, Part II: injunctions J. Gregory Sidak
2015 Patents
Regulation
Funding Details:Google commissioned Sidak to write multiple papers on Antitrust beginning in 2012, but Sidak does not disclose google support in this paper. [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Sidak, J. Gregory. "The meaning of FRAND, Part II: injunctions." Journal of Competition Law and Economics 11, no. 1 (2015): 201-269
Defying Gravity: Rethinking Intellectual Property Transaction Jasper L. Tran
2014 Copyright
Funding Details:From the paper: "Current Policy Fellow at University of Minnesota, formerGoogle Policy Fellow at George Mason University. Sincere thanks to Gregory Brown and Vinita Banthia for commenting on earlier drafts. The views expressed herein are solely those of the author, not his employer, sponsor or affiliated academic institution." [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Tran, Jasper L. "Defying Gravity: Rethinking Intellectual Property Transaction." Available at SSRN 2620986 (2014)
The Privacy Economics Of Voluntary Over-Disclosure In Web Forms Alastair R. Beresford
Kat Krol
Sören Preibusch
2013 Privacy
Funding Details:From the paper: "The authors wish to thank Google for providing financial support for this work through a Focused Research Award." [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Preibusch, Sören, Kat Krol, and Alastair R. Beresford. "The privacy economics of voluntary over-disclosure in Web forms." In The Economics of Information Security and Privacy, pp. 183-209. Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2013.
The Energy And Greenhouse-Gas Implications Of Internet Video Streaming In The United States Arman Shehabi
Ben Walker
Eric Masanet
2014 Other
Funding Details:From the paper: "This material is based upon work conducted by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory with support from Google." [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Shehabi, Arman, Ben Walker, and Eric Masanet. "The energy and greenhouse-gas implications of internet video streaming in the United States." Environmental Research Letters 9, no. 5 (2014): 054007
To Deny, or Not to Deny: A Personalized Privacy Assistant for Mobile App Permissions Alessandro Acquisti
Bin Liu
Florian Schaub
Hazim Almuhimedi
Mads Schaarup Andersen
Norman Sadeh
Yuvraj Agarwal
2016 Privacy
Funding Details:From the paper: "Additional funding has also been provided by Google through a Google Faculty Research Award and the Google Web of Things Expedition and in part through a grant from the CMU Yahoo! InMind project. The views and conclusions contained herein are those of the authors and should not be interpreted as necessarily representing the official policies or endorsements, either expressed or implied, of DARPA, the Air Force Research Laboratory, the National Science Foundation, the U.S. Government, Google or Yahoo!" [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Liu, Bin, Mads Schaarup Andersen, Florian Schaub, Hazim Almuhimedi, Norman Sadeh, Yuvraj Agarwal, and Alessandro Acquisti. "To Deny, or Not to Deny: A Personalized Privacy Assistant for Mobile App Permissions.
Shaping our National Privacy Research Strategy: A Multi-€Disciplinary Perspective Alessandro Acquisti
Anupam Datta
Avrim Blum
Lorrie Faith Cranor
Lujo Bauer
Travis D. Breaux
Yuvraj Agarwal
2014 Regulation
Security
Funding Details:Cranor has received five research grants from Google [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Acquisti, Alessandro, Yuvraj Agarwal, Lujo Bauer, Avrim Blum, Travis Breaux, Lorrie Faith Cranor, Anupam Datta et al. "Shaping our National Privacy Research Strategy: A Multi-€Disciplinary Perspective.
Privacy Regulation And Online Advertising Avi Goldfarb
Catherine E. Tucker
2011 Privacy
Funding Details:Tucker CV discloses $155,000 in funding from Google [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Goldfarb, Avi, and Catherine E. Tucker. "Privacy Regulation and online advertising." Management science 57, no. 1 (2011): 57-71
The First Amendment Is An Information Policy Jack M. Balkin
2013 First Amendment
Funding Details:Balkin received a Google Focused Research Award to study Open Standards [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Balkin, Jack M. "The first amendment is an information policy." (2013)
Only 'Scraping' The Surface: The Copyright Hole In The FTC's Google Settlement Michael A. Carrier
2013 Antitrust
Funding Details:Carrier discloses Google financial support in previous white paper. [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Carrier, Michael A. "Only'Scraping'the Surface: The Copyright Hole in the FTC's Google Settlement." (2013)
The economics of advertising and privacy Catherine E. Tucker
2012 Regulation
Funding Details:Tucker's CV discloses $155,000 in Google support,awarded between 2009 and 2012 [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Tucker, Catherine E. "The economics of advertising and privacy." International journal of Industrial organization 30, no. 3 (2012): 326-329
Should Google Search Be Regulated As A Public Utility? Mark A. Jamison
2012 Antitrust
Funding Details:From the paper: ""I would like to thank Dr. Janice Hauge for her suggestions and Google for its financial support. I am solely responsible for the content." " [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Jamison, Mark A. "Should Google Search Be Regulated as a Public Utility?." (2012)
Googling Freedom Anupam Chander
2010 First Amendment
Funding Details:From the paper: "The circulation of a near final draft of this paper in early 2010 resulted in an invitation to the Internet at Liberty conference at the Central European University in September 2010, for which Google reimbursed my travel expenses. " [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Chander, Anupam. "Googling Freedom." (2010)
Privacy, Accountability And Trust Challenges And Opportunities Aljosa Pasic
Bart Preneel
Claude Castelluccia
Hannes Tschofenig
Peter Druschel
Simone Fischer-Hübner
2011 Privacy
Funding Details:Druschel received a Faculty Research Award in 2013 [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Castelluccia, C., Druschel, P., Hübner, S., Pasic, A., Preneel, B., & Tschofenig, H. (2011). Privacy, accountability and Trust-Challenges and opportunities. ENISA.[Online]. Available: http://www. enisa. europa. eu/activities/identity-and-trust/library/deliverables/pat-study/at download/fullReport.
Substitution between offline and online advertising markets Avi Goldfarb
Catherine E. Tucker
2011 Antitrust
Regulation
Taxes
Funding Details:From the paper: "This research used data supplied as part of a grant from the WPP/Google Marketing Research Awards." [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Goldfarb, Avi, and Catherine E. Tucker. "Substitution between offline and online advertising markets." Journal of Competition Law and Economics 7, no. 1 (2011): 37-44
Young Adults' Online Participation Behaviors: An Exploratory Study Of Web 2.0 Use For Political Engagement Frank Bridges
Jens Grossklags
Lora Appel
2012 Other
Funding Details:Grosslags received a Google Faculty Research Award in 2011 [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Bridges, Frank, Lora Appel, and Jens Grossklags. "Young adults' online participation behaviors: An exploratory study of web 2.0 use for political engagement." Information Polity 17, no. 2 (2012): 163-176
Digitization and Aggregation Catherine E. Tucker
Lesley Chiou
2013 Copyright
Funding Details:Funding acknowledged from Net Institute, funded by Google and Vint Cerf on the board. Tucker also received $155,000 in direct funding from Google [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Chiou, Lesley, and Catherine E. Tucker. "Digitization and Aggregation." (2013)
Treating RAND commitments neutrally Einer Elhauge
2015 Antitrust
Patents
Regulation
Funding Details:From the paper: "I am grateful for comments from Roger Brooks and Damien Geradin, and for funding by Google, Inc. Theviews expressed in this article are my own and do not necessarily reflect the views of HarvardUniversity or Google, Inc." [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Elhauge, Einer. "Treating RAND commitments neutrally." Journal of Competition Law and Economics 11, no. 1 (2015): 1-22
Search, Essential Facilities, And The Antitrust Duty To Deal Marina Lao
2012 Net Neutrality
Funding Details:From the paper: "Finally, I would like to thank Google Inc. for research funding, and the Maury Cartine Faculty Research Endowment for its continued financial support." [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Lao, Marina. "Search, Essential Facilities, and the Antitrust Duty to Deal." (2012)
Rule of Reason: An Empirical Update for the 21st Century Michael A. Carrier
2008 Antitrust
Funding Details:Carrier acknowledges a research award from Google in a 2012 research paper [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Carrier, Michael A. "Rule of Reason: An Empirical Update for the 21st Century." Geo. Mason L. Rev. 16 (2008): 827
Open For Business? The Economic Impact Of Internet Openness Dalberg Global
2010 Other
Funding Details:From the paper: ""Finally, we would like to thank Google for sponsoring this report, as well as the Google staff who contributed their expertise and insights, especially Ross LaJeunesse, Betsy Masiello, and Patrick Ryan."" [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Dalberg Global . " Open for Business? the Economic Impact of Internet Openness." (2014)
Attacking The Money Supply To Fight Against Online Illegal Content? Cédric Manara
2012 Regulation
Funding Details:From the paper: "This EDHEC Position Paper was commissioned by Google, but the views within it should not necessarily be ascribed to Google. " [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Manara, Cédric . "Attacking the Money Supply to Fight Against Online Illegal Content?." (2012)
Brand New World: Distinguishing Oneself In The Global Flow Anupam Chander
Madhavi Sunder
Mario Biagioli
2013 Copyright
Funding Details:From the paper: "The symposium would not have been possible without the generous support of Google, Inc" [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Biagioli, Mario, Anupam Chander, and Madhavi Sunder. "Brand New World: Distinguishing Oneself in the Global Flow." (2013)
Can Big Data Protect a Firm from Competition? Anja Lambrecht
Catherine E. Tucker
2015 Antitrust
Funding Details:Tucker's CV discloses $155,000 in Google support,awarded between 2009 and 2012 [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Lambrecht, Anja, and Catherine E. Tucker. "Can Big Data Protect a Firm from Competition?." Available at SSRN 2705530 (2015)
Broadband Prices In Latin America And The Caribbean Hernán Galperin
2013 Broadband Infrastructure
Funding Details:From the paper: "This study was conducted with financial support from Google Inc. and Canada's International Development Research Centre (IDRC)." [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Galperin, Hernan. "Broadband prices in Latin America and the Caribbean." (2013)
Augmented Reality: Hard Problems Of Law And Policy Bryce Clayton Newell
Franziska Roesner
Ryan Calo
Tadayoshi Kohno
Tamara Denning
2014 First Amendment
Privacy
Funding Details:Calo received a Google Focused Research Award to study Privacy [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Roesner, Franziska, Tamara Denning, Bryce Clayton Newell, Tadayoshi Kohno, and Ryan Calo. "Augmented reality: hard problems of law and policy." In Proceedings of the 2014 ACM international joint conference on pervasive and ubiquitous computing: adjunct publication, pp. 1283-1288. ACM, 2014
Keys under doormats: mandating insecurity by requiring government access to all data and communications Harold Abelson
John Gilmore
Josh Benaloh
Matt Blaze
Ross Anderson
Steven M. Bellovin
Whitfield Diffie
2015 Security
Funding Details:Abelson is a visiting faculty member at Google. [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Abelson, Harold, Ross Anderson, Steven M. Bellovin, Josh Benaloh, Matt Blaze, Whitfield Diffie, John Gilmore et al. "Keys under doormats: mandating insecurity by requiring government access to all data and communications." Journal of Cybersecurity (2015): tyv009
Necessary but not sufficient: Standardized mechanisms for privacy notice and choice Lorrie Faith Cranor
2012 Security
Funding Details:Cranor has received five research grants from Google [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Cranor, Lorrie Faith. "Necessary but not sufficient: Standardized mechanisms for privacy notice and choice." J. on Telecomm. & High Tech. L. 10 (2012): 273
Government Surveillance And Internet Search Behavior Alex Marthews
Catherine E. Tucker
2015 Privacy
Funding Details:Tucker CV discloses $155,000 in funding from Google [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Marthews, Alex, and Catherine E. Tucker. "Government surveillance and internet search behavior." (2015)
News Cities: The Next Generation Of Healthy Informed Communities Richard Adler
2011 Other
Funding Details:From the paper: "We also kindly thank Google, the Markle Foundation, Microsoft, NewsCorp, Roll International, craigslist, Inc., Michael Klein and William Dean Singleton as FOCAS sponsors and contributors." [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Adler, Richard. "News Cities: The Next Generation of Healthy Informed Communities." (2011)
Adchoices? Compliance With Online Behavioral Advertising Notice And Choice Requirements (Cmu-Cylab-11-005) Blase Ur
Greg Norcie
Lorrie Faith Cranor
Richard Shay
Saranga Komanduri
2011 Privacy
Funding Details:Cranor has received five research grants from Google [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Komanduri, Saranga, Richard Shay, Greg Norcie, Blase Ur, and Lorrie Faith Cranor. "AdChoices? Compliance with Online Behavioral Advertising Notice and Choice Requirements (CMU-CyLab-11-005)." (2011)
Ideology Matters in the Antitrust Debate Marina Lao
2013 Antitrust
Funding Details:Lao acknowdledges Google support in another Antitrust paper published around the same time. [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Lao, Marina. "Ideology Matters in the Antitrust Debate." (2013)
How Law Made Silicon Valley Anupam Chander
2013 Copyright
Other
Funding Details:From the paper: " I am grateful as well to Google, for Google Research Awards supporting this and related research. " [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Chander, Anupam. "How Law Made Silicon Valley." Emory Law Journal, Forthcoming (2013)
Is There A Market For Organic Search Engine Results And Can Their Manipulation Give Rise To Antitrust Liability? Daniel L. Rubinfeld
James D. Ratliff
2014 Antitrust
Funding Details:From the paper: "We wish to thank Google for financial support and Hal Varian for helpful comments. This paper was not submitted with respect to any agency investigations or private litigation. None of the opinions expressed in this paper necessarily represent the views of Google. " [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Ratliff, James D., and Daniel L. Rubinfeld. "Is There a Market for Organic Search Engine Results and Can Their Manipulation Give Rise to Antitrust Liability?." Journal of Competition Law and Economics 10, no. 3 (2014): 517-541
An Antitrust Assessment Of The Google Book Search Settlement Mark A. Lemley
2009 Other
Funding Details:From the paper: "The reader should be aware that I represent and have been compensated by Google in the case and settlement I analyze here, and that my wife is employed by Google, so I am not an unbiased observer. Thanks to Susan Creighton, Alex MacGillivray, Derek Slater, and Dana Wagner for comments and contributions to this draft."
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Lemley, Mark A. "An Antitrust Assessment of the Google Book Search Settlement." (2009)
Framing The Antitrust Issues In The Google Books Settlement Einer Elhauge
2009 Antitrust
Funding Details:From the paper: "I am grateful for funding from Google Inc. The views expressed here are my own, and should not be taken to reflect the views of Harvard University or Google." [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Elhauge, Einer. "Framing the Antitrust issues in the Google books settlement." (2009)
Are Google's Search Results Unfair Or Deceptive Under Section 5 Of The Ftc Act? Hal J. Singer
Robert E. Litan
2012 Antitrust
Funding Details:From the paper: "This paper was funded by Google but the views expressed here are solely those of the authors" [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Litan, Robert E., and Hal J. Singer. "Are Google‰'s Search Results Unfair or Deceptive Under Section 5 of the FTC Act?." (2012)
Privacy And Markets: A Love Story Ryan Calo
2015 Privacy
Regulation
Funding Details:Calo received a Google Focused Research Award to study Privacy [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Calo, Ryan. "Privacy and Markets: A Love Story." Notre Dame L. Rev. 91 (2015): 649
What Mobile Ads Know About Mobile Users Daehyeok Kim
Sooel Son
Vitaly Shmatikov
2016 Other
Funding Details:Vitaly Shmatikov received a Google Faculty Research Award. [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Son, Sooel, Daehyeok Kim, and Vitaly Shmatikov. "What mobile ads know about mobile users." In 23nd Annual Network and Distributed System Security Symposium, NDSS, pp. 21-24. 2016
The Antitrust Analysis of Rules and Standards for Software Platforms David S. Evans
2014 Antitrust
Patents
Funding Details:From the paper: " I would like to thank Madeleine Chen and Alexis Pirchio who worked closely with me on this Articleand Google for research funding" [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Evans, David S. "The Antitrust Analysis of Rules and Standards for Software Platforms." Competition Policy International 10, no. 2 (2014)
Old School/New School Speech Regulation Jack M. Balkin
2014 First Amendment
Regulation
Funding Details:Balkin received a Google Focused Research Award to study Open Standards [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Balkin, Jack M. "Old school/New school speech Regulation." (2014)
What's A Name Worth?: Experimental Tests Of The Value Of Attribution In Intellectual Property Christopher Buccafusco
Christopher Jon Sprigman
Zachary C. Burns
2013 Copyright
Funding Details:From the paper: "The authors are also grateful for grants from Google and the Batten Institute at the University of Virginia Darden School of Business that supported this research." [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Sprigman, Christopher Jon, Christopher Buccafusco, and Zachary C. Burns. "What's a name worth?: Experimental tests of the value of attribution in Intellectual Property." (2013)
An Empirical Study of Web Vulnerability Discovery Ecosystems Jens Grossklags
Mingyi Zhao
Peng Liu
2015 Security
Funding Details:Jens Grossklags is the recipient of a Google Faculty Research Award [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Zhao, Mingyi, Jens Grossklags, and Peng Liu. "An empirical study of web vulnerability discovery ecosystems." In Proceedings of the 22nd ACM SIGSAC Conference on Computer and Communications Security, pp. 1105-1117. ACM, 2015
On The Feasibility Of A Technological Response To The Surveillance Morass Jeremie Koenig
Joan Feigenbaum
2014 Privacy
Funding Details:Feigenbaul received Google Faculty Research Awards in 2012 and 2014 [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Feigenbaum, Joan, and Jeremie Koenig. "On the feasibility of a technological response to the surveillance morass." In Cambridge International Workshop on Security Protocols, pp. 239-252. Springer International Publishing, 2014
Notice And Takedown In Everyday Practice Brianna L. Schofield
Jennifer M. Urban
Joe Karaganis
2016 Copyright
Funding Details:From the paper: "We are grateful for funding support from Google Inc. as a gift to The American Assembly and from the Sloan Foundation for its support through the Berkeley Law Digital Library Copyright Project. Neither funder directed our approach in any way, and neither funder reviewed any methods, data, results, or reporting before public release." [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Urban, Jennifer M., Joe Karaganis, and Brianna L. Schofield. "Notice and Takedown in Everyday Practice." (2016)
The economics of privacy Alessandro Acquisti
Curtis R. Taylor
Liad Wagman
2016 Antitrust
Privacy
Security
Funding Details:Acquisiti received a Faculty Research Award from Google in 2014. [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Acquisti, Alessandro, Curtis R. Taylor, and Liad Wagman. "The economics of privacy." Available at SSRN 2580411 (2016)
Connecting the Last Billion Yahel Ben-David
2015 Net Neutrality
Regulation
Funding Details:From the paper: "Further Reach is project by the non-profit De Novo Group in which we deploy, operate and maintaina large-scale wireless network that brings broadband Internet access to rural communities at the coast of Mendocino county in California. The project was lunched through a generous $2 million grant from Google.Org ..." [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:David, Yahel Ben. "Connecting the Last Billion." (2015)
Copyright Equality: Free Speech, Efficiency, and Regulatory Parity in Distribution Peter C. DiCola
2013 Antitrust
Copyright
Regulation
Funding Details:DiCola received support from YouTube to write about copyright issues in 2013 [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:DiCola, Peter C. "Copyright Equality: Free Speech, Efficiency, and Regulatory Parity in Distribution." Boston University Law Review 93, no. 6 (2013): 14-03
Multisided Platforms, Dynamic Competition, And The Assessment Of Market Power For Internet-Based Firms David S. Evans
2016 Antitrust
Funding Details:From the paper: "The authors gratefully acknowledge funding from Google and excellent research support from Clara Campbell and Nicholas Giancarlo at Global Economics Group. " [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Evans, David S. "Multisided Platforms, Dynamic Competition, and the Assessment of Market Power for Internet-Based Firms." (2016)
Google And The Proper Antitrust Scrutiny Of Orphan Books J. Gregory Sidak
Jerry A. Hausman
2009 Antitrust
Copyright
Funding Details:From the paper: "Hausman has received research funding from Google. Sidak has not." [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Hausman, Jerry A., and J. Gregory Sidak. "Google and the proper Antitrust scrutiny of orphan books." Journal of Competition Law and Economics 5, no. 3 (2009): 411-438
Who Benefits from Targeted Advertising Alessandro Acquisti
Kaifu Zhang
Veronica Marotta
2015 Advertising
Funding Details:Acquisiti received a Faculty Research Award from Google in 2014. [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Marotta, Veronica, Kaifu Zhang, and Alessandro Acquisti. "Who Benefits from Targeted Advertising?.
Do Free Mobile Apps Harm Consumers? J. Gregory Sidak
2015 Other
Funding Details:From the paper: ""Google commissioned me to write this paper in 2014, but the views I express are solely my own, and portions of this article reprise legal and economic opinions that I first published in a 2001 article on the Antitrust treatment of software integration, which Microsoft commissioned me to write during the pendency of its landmark Antitrust case."" [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Sidak, J. Gregory. "Do Free Mobile Apps Harm Consumers." San Diego L. Rev. 52 (2015): 619
Role Of Switching Costs In Antitrust Analysis: A Comparison Of Microsoft And Google, The Aaron S. Edlin
Robert G. Harris
2012 Antitrust
Funding Details:From the paper: "The authors are grateful to Google, Inc. for financial support of this research, and to Mehmet Seflek, Paul Rotilie, and Adam Roberts for excellent research assistance. The authors also appreciatively acknowledge the helpful comments of Matthew Bye, Jonathan Jacobson,Michael Salinger, Scott Sher, and Hal Varian. The opinions in this paper are our own, and Google may have different opinions. " [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Edlin, Aaron S., and Robert G. Harris. "The role of switching costs in Antitrust analysis: a comparison of Microsoft and Google." Yale JL & Tech. 15 (2012): 169
Implications Of Improved Attribution And Measurability For Antitrust And Privacy In Online Advertising Markets, The Catherine E. Tucker
2012 Antitrust
Funding Details:From the paper: "I thank Google for financial support for this project." [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Tucker, Catherine. "The implications of improved attribution and measurability for Antitrust and privacy in online advertising markets." Geo. Mason L. Rev. 20 (2012): 1025
Media Access: A Question Of Design Jack M. Balkin
2008 First Amendment
Funding Details:Balkin received a Google Focused Research Award to study Open Standards [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Balkin, Jack M. "Media access: a question of design." (2008)
Efficient Process or'Chilling Effects'? Takedown Notices Under Section 512 of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act Jennifer M. Urban
Laura Quilter
2006 Copyright
Funding Details:From the paper: "We are grateful to Google Inc., The Planet, the Internet Archive, and all the individual contributors of notices to Chilling Effects and thus, our data set. (Google funds Chilling Effects)" [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Urban, Jennifer M., and Laura Quilter. "Efficient Process or'Chilling Effects'? Takedown Notices Under Section 512 of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act." Santa Clara Computer and High Technology Law Journal 22 (2006): 621
The Role Of Switching Costs In The Markets For Pc Operating Systems, Online Search, Internet Access And Mobile Service: Implications For Australian Competition And _ Robert G. Harris
2012 Antitrust
Funding Details:From the paper: "The author is grateful to Google, Inc. for financial support of this research, and to Brian Chin for excellent research assistance. The opinions in this paper are my own." [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Harris, Robert G. "The Role of Switching Costs in the Markets for PC Operating Systems, Online Search, Internet Access and Mobile Service: Implications for Australian Competition and Consumer Protection Policy." (2012)
Copyright's Cultural Turn Anupam Chander
Madhavi Sunder
2013 Copyright
Funding Details:Chandler received Faculty Research awards in 2012, 2013, and 2014 [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Chander, Anupam, and Madhavi Sunder. "Copyright's Cultural Turn." Texas Law Review (2013)
Measuring Home Broadband Performance Antonio Pescapè
Nick Feamster
Renata Teixeira
Sam Crawford
Srikanth Sundaresan
Walter de Donato
2012 Broadband Infrastructure
Funding Details:From the paper: "This project is supported by the the National Science Foundation through awards CNS-1059350, CNS-0643974, a generous Google Focus Grant, the European CommunityÕs Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) no. 258378 (FIGARO), and the ANR project CÕMON." [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Sundaresan, Srikanth, Walter De Donato, Nick Feamster, Renata Teixeira, Sam Crawford, and Antonio Pescapè. "Measuring home broadband performance." Communications of the ACM 55, no. 11 (2012): 100-109
Reconciling Personal Information In The United States And European Union Daniel J. Solove
Paul M. Schwartz
2013 Privacy
Funding Details:Schwartz received a Google Faculty Research Award in 2011 [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Schwartz, Paul M., and Daniel J. Solove. "Reconciling personal information in the United States and European Union." (2013)
The Impact Of Substantial Compliance With Copyright Exceptions On Fair Use Jonathan Band
2011 Copyright
Funding Details:Mr. Band's clients include Internet companies, providers of information technology, universities, and library associations. [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Band, Jonathan. "The Impact of Substantial Compliance with Copyright Exceptions on Fair Use." J. Copyright Soc'y USA 59 (2011): 453
Economics and the FTC's Google Investigation Michael A. Salinger
Robert J. Levinson
2015 Antitrust
Funding Details:From the paper: "Salinger and Levinson were consultants to Google during the FTC’s investigation. This paper draws heavily on Salinger and Levinson (2013), for which Google provided financial support." [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Salinger, Michael A., and Robert J. Levinson. "Economics and the FTC’s Google Investigation." Review of Industrial Organization 46, no. 1 (2015): 25-57
The proper royalty base for patent damages J. Gregory Sidak
2014 Patents
Regulation
Funding Details:Google commissioned Sidak to write multiple papers on Antitrust beginning in 2012, but Sidak does not disclose google support in this paper. [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Sidak, J. Gregory. "The proper royalty base for patent damages." Journal of Competition Law and Economics (2014): nhu030
Cloud Innovation And The Law: Issues, Approaches, And Interplay Urs Gasser
2014 Regulation
Security
Funding Details:Gasser received a Google Faculty Research Award in 2014 [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Gasser, Urs. "Cloud Innovation and the Law: Issues, Approaches, and Interplay." (2014)
Experimental Tests Of Intellectual Property Laws' Creativity Thresholds Christopher Buccafusco
Christopher Jon Sprigman
Jeanne C. Fromer
Zachary C. Burns
2014 Copyright
Patents
Funding Details:From the paper: "The authors are grateful for a grant from Google that supported this research." [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Buccafusco, Christopher, Zachary C. Burns, Jeanne C. Fromer, and Christopher Jon Sprigman. "Experimental tests of Intellectual Property laws‰Ûª creativity thresholds." (2014)
Copy Culture In The U.S. & Germany Joe Karaganis
Lennart Renkema
2013 Copyright
Funding Details:From the paper: " " [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Karaganis, Joe, and Lennart Renkema. Copy culture in the US & Germany. 2013
Free Speech Anupam Chander
Uyên P. Lê
2014 Copyright
First Amendment
Funding Details:From the paper: "We are grateful as well to Alex Macgillivray, then-general counsel of Twitter, for his insights, and to Google for supporting this work with a Google Research Award. "
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Chander, Anupam, and Uyên P. Lê. "Free speech." (2014).
Network Neutrality And Consumer Discrimination: Comparing Isp'S Gtcs And Dpi Application Damir Agic
Joachim Sedlmeir
Nico Grove
2012 Net Neutrality
Privacy
Security
Funding Details:From the paper: "This research is partially funded by a google research grant. " [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Grove, Nico, Damir Agic, and Joachim Sedlmeir. "Network neutrality and consumer discrimination: Comparing ISP's GTCs and DPI application." (2012)
Patent assertion entities & privateers: Economic harms to innovation and competition Robert G. Harris
2014 Antitrust
Funding Details:From the paper: "I am grateful to Blackberry Ltd. And Google Inc. for financial support of a literature search on these issues: to… Matthew Bye, Susan Creighton…"" [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Harris, Robert G. "Patent assertion entities & privateers: Economic harms to innovation and competition." The Antitrust Bulletin 59, no. 2 (2014): 281-325
Discovering Unwarranted Associations in Data-Driven Applications with the FairTest Testing Toolkit Ari Juels
Daniel Hsu
Florian Tramer
Huang Lin
Jean-Pierre Hubaux
Mathias Humbert
Roxana Geambasu
Vaggelis Atlidakis
2015 Privacy
Security
Funding Details:Geambasu's bio lists several Google affiliations including; Google software engineering intern; Google research award (2013); Google PhD fellowship in cloud computing (2011); an $80,000 Google Faculty Fellowship (2014) [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Tramer, Florian, Vaggelis Atlidakis, Roxana Geambasu, Daniel Hsu, Jean-Pierre Hubaux, Mathias Humbert, Ari Juels, and Huang Lin. "Discovering Unwarranted Associations in Data-Driven Applications with the FairTest Testing Toolkit." arXiv preprint arXiv:1510.02377 (2015)
Google and Fair Use Jonathan Band
2008 Copyright
Other
Funding Details:From the paper: ""Mr. Band represents trade associations that include Google among their members." " [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Band, Jonathan. "Google and Fair Use." J. Bus. & Tech. L. 3 (2008): 1
Prices And Quality Of Broadband In Latin America: Benchmarking And Trends Hernán Galperin
2012 Broadband Infrastructure
Funding Details:From the paper: "This research project was carried out with financial support from Google Inc. and the International Development Research Centre (Canada)." [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Galperin, Hernán. "Prices and quality of broadband in Latin America: Benchmarking and trends." (2012)
Bundling Of Rand-Committed Patents Anne Layne-Farrar
Michael A. Salinger
2016 Patents
Funding Details:From the paper: "We are also grateful to Google for financial support for this project. " [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Layne-Farrar, Anne, and Michael A. Salinger. "Bundling of RAND-committed patents." Research Policy 45, no. 6 (2016): 1155-1164
Intellectual Property And Innovation: A Framework For 21St Century Growth And Jobs Ian Hargreaves
P Hofheinz
2012 Patents
Funding Details:From the paper: ""The Lisbon Council would like to thank Google, the Internet services company, and the European Commissions Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency for co-financing which made much of this research possible."" [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Hargreaves, Ian, and P. Hofheinz. "Intellectual Property and Innovation: A Framework for 21st Century Growth and Jobs." (2012)
Understanding Media Markets In The Digital Age: Economics And Methodology Brett Danaher
Michael D. Smith
Rahul Telang
Samita Dhanasobhon
2013 Copyright
Funding Details:Telang and Smith received a Google Faculty Research award in 2013 [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Danaher, Brett, Samita Dhanasobhon, Michael D. Smith, and Rahul Telang. Understanding Media Markets in the Digital Age: Economics and Methodology. No. w19634. National Bureau of Economic Research, 2013
No, RIAA, It's Not the End of the World for Musicians Michael A. Carrier
2014 Copyright
Funding Details:Carrier acknowledges a research award from Google in a 2012 research paper [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Carrier, Michael A. "No, RIAA, It's Not the End of the World for Musicians." UMKC L. Rev. 83 (2014): 287
The Use And Threat Of Injunctions In The Rand Context Daniel L. Rubinfeld
James D. Ratliff
2013 Patents
Funding Details:From the paper: "This study was supported by funding from Google. The views expressed are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of Google. " [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Ratliff, James, and Daniel L. Rubinfeld. "The Use and Threat of Injunctions in the RAND Context." Journal of Competition Law and Economics (2013): nhs038
Governing bad behavior by users of multi-sided platforms David S. Evans
2012 Antitrust
Copyright
Funding Details:From the paper: "I would like to thank Richard Epstein and Richard Schmalensee for helpful comments; Lauren Chiang, Jacqueline Murphy, Steven Joyce, Margaret Schilt, and Nikhil Tuladhar for excellent research help; and Google for research funding." [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Evans, David S. "Governing bad behavior by users of multi-sided platforms." Berkeley Technology Law Journal 2, no. 27 (2012)
Efficiency through openness: the economic value proposition of open source software Benjamin Gibert
Roya Ghafele
2012 Copyright
Funding Details:The authors acknowledge support from Google for a paper on a similar topic published the previous year [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Ghafele, Roya, and Benjamin Gibert. Efficiency through openness: the economic value proposition of open source software. No. 38088. University Library of Munich, Germany, 2012
Broadband Openness Rules Are Fully Justified By Economic Research Nicholas Economides
2011 Net Neutrality
Other
Funding Details:From the paper: ""The research reported herein was supported by Google Inc.; the views expressed in this paper are, of course, those of the author." " [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Economides, Nicholas. "Broadband openness rules are fully justified by economic research." (2011)
The Oracle-Google Litigation: Interoperablity Prevails Again Peter S. Menell
2016 Copyright
Funding Details:Mr. Band's clients include Internet companies, providers of information technology, universities, and library associations. [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Menell, Peter S. "API Copyrightability Bleak House: Unraveling the Oracle v. Google Jurisdictional Mess." (2016)
Privacy and human behavior in the age of information Alessandro Acquisti
George Loewenstein
Laura Brandimarte
2015 Regulation
Funding Details:Acquisiti received a Faculty Research Award from Google in 2014. [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Acquisti, Alessandro, Laura Brandimarte, and George Loewenstein. "Privacy and human behavior in the age of information." Science 347, no. 6221 (2015): 509-514
SOPA, PIPA, ACTA, TPP: An Alphabet Soup of Innovation Stifling Copyright Legislation and Agreements Michael A. Carrier
2012 Antitrust
Copyright
Funding Details:Carrier acknowledges a research award from Google in a 2012 research paper [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Carrier, Michael A. "SOPA, PIPA, ACTA, TPP: An Alphabet Soup of Innovation-Stifling Copyright Legislation and Agreements." (2013).
The Press Clause And 3D Printing: A Constitutional Manufacturing Right Jasper L. Tran
2016 Regulation
Funding Details:From the paper: "I'd also like to thank Google Inc. and Mercatus Center for funding this paper's research. The views expressed here in are solely those of the author, not his employer or affiliation. " [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Tran, Jasper L. "Press Clause and 3D Printing." Nw. J. Tech. & Intell. Prop. 14 (2016): 75
Mandating Final-Offer Arbitration of FRAND Royalties for Standard-Essential Patents J. Gregory Sidak
2014 Copyright
Funding Details:Google commissioned Sidak to write multiple papers on Antitrust beginning in 2012, but Sidak does not disclose google support in this paper. [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Sidak, J. Gregory. "Mandating Final-Offer Arbitration of FRAND Royalties for Standard-Essential Patents." Stan. Tech. L. Rev. 18 (2014): 1
User Behavior And Change: File-Sharers And Copyright Laws Arnau Gavaldà-Miralles
Fabián E. Bustamante
John S. Otto
Jordi Duch
Luís A. N. Amaral
Roger Guimerà
2014 Copyright
Funding Details:From the paper: "This work was supported in part by the National Science Foundation through Award CNS 1218287 and by a generous Google Faculty Research Award." [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Gavaldà-Miralles, Arnau, John S. Otto, Fabián E. Bustamante, Luís AN Amaral, Jordi Duch, and Roger Guimerà. "User behavior and change: File-sharers and copyright laws." In Proceedings of the 10th ACM International on Conference on emerging Networking Experiments and Technologies, pp. 319-324. ACM, 2014.
Google and Antitrust: Five Approaches to an Evolving Issue Michael A. Carrier
2013 Antitrust
Other
Regulation
Funding Details:Carrier acknowledges a research award from Google in a 2012 research paper [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Carrier, Michael A. "Google and Antitrust: Five Approaches to an Evolving Issue." Harvard Journal of Law & Technology Occasional Paper Series-July (2013)
Cost of reading privacy policies, the Aleecia M. McDonald
Lorrie Faith Cranor
2008 Security
Funding Details:Cranor has received five research grants from Google [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:McDonald, Aleecia M., and Lorrie Faith Cranor. "Cost of reading privacy policies, the." ISJLP 4 (2008): 543
Privacy And Security Policy Infrastructure For Big Data, A Rahul Telang
2014 Privacy
Funding Details:Telang received a Google Faculty Research award (with Michael Smith) in 2013 [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Telang, Rahul. "A Privacy and Security Policy Infrastructure for Big Data." ISJLP 10 (2014): 783
Public Opinion Toward Internet Freedom In Asia: A Survey Of Internet Users From 11 Jurisdictions Fei Shen
Lokman Tsui
2016 Other
Funding Details:From the paper: "Chris' Fei Shen received a Google Faculty Research Award that supported this project. The views expressed in this publication do not necessarily reflect the views of Google Inc" [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Shen, Fei, and Lokman Tsui. "Public Opinion Toward Internet Freedom in Asia: A Survey of Internet Users from 11 Jurisdictions." (2016)
Do Circumvention Tools Promote Democratic Values? Exploring The Correlates Of Anti-Censorship Technology Adoption In China Fei Shen
Zhi'an Zhang
2015 Other
Funding Details:Fei received a Google Faculty Research Award in 2014 [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Shen, Fei, and Zhi'an Zhang. "Do Circumvention Tools Promote Democratic Values? Exploring the Correlates of Anti-Censorship Technology Adoption in China." (2015)
Governments And Cloud Computing: Roles, Approaches, And Policy Considerations David O'Brien
Urs Gasser
2014 Regulation
Funding Details:Gasser received a Google Faculty Research Award in 2014 [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Gasser, Urs, and David O'Brien. "Governments and Cloud Computing: Roles, Approaches, and Policy Considerations." (2014)
Antitrust Division's Devaluation of Standard-Essential Patents, The J. Gregory Sidak
2015 Patents
Funding Details:Google commissioned Sidak to write multiple papers on Antitrust beginning in 2012, but Sidak does not disclose google support in this paper. [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Sidak, J. Gregory. "Antitrust Division's Devaluation of Standard-Essential Patents, The." Geo. LJ Online 104 (2015): 48
Increasing innovation through copyright common sense and better government policy Michael A. Carrier
2012 Antitrust
Copyright
Funding Details:Carrier acknowledges a research award from Google in a 2012 research paper [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Carrier, Michael A. "Increasing innovation through copyright common sense and better government policy." Emory LJ 62 (2012): 983
Android Permissions Remystified: A Field Study On Contextual Integrity Arjun Baokar
Ashkan Hosseini
David Wagner
Konstantin Beznosov
Primal Wijesekera
Serge Egelman
2015 Privacy
Funding Details:Egelman received Faculty Research Awards from Google in 2009 and 2013 [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Wijesekera, Primal, Arjun Baokar, Ashkan Hosseini, Serge Egelman, David Wagner, and Konstantin Beznosov. "Android Permissions Remystified: A Field Study on Contextual Integrity." In USENIX Security, vol. 15. 2015
Excessive Litigation by Business Users of Free Platform Services David S. Evans
2012 Antitrust
Funding Details:From the paper: "I would like to thank Keith Hylton, Elisa Mariscaland Richard Schmalensee for helpful comments; Lauren Chiang, Steven Joyce,Jacqueline Murphy, and Vanessa Zhang for excellent research help;and Google for research funding. " [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Evans, David S. "Excessive Litigation by Business Users of Free Platform Services." (2012)
Framing The Law & Policy Picture: A Snapshot Of K-12 Cloud-Based Ed Tech & Student Privacy In Early 2014 Alicia Solow-Niederman
Leah Plunkett
Urs Gasser
2014 Other
Funding Details:Gasser received a Google Faculty Research Award in 2014 [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Plunkett, Leah, Alicia Solow-Niederman, and Urs Gasser. "Framing the Law & Policy Picture: A Snapshot of K-12 Cloud-Based Ed Tech & Student Privacy in Early 2014." (2014)
Does Google Hold A Dominant Market Position? Addressing The (Minor) Significance Of High Online User Shares Christian Kersting
Sebastian Dworschak
2014 Antitrust
Funding Details:From the paper: "This paper is partly based on a legal opinion provided by the first author for Google Germany GmbH" [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Kersting, Christian, and Sebastian Dworschak. "Does Google Hold a Dominant Market Position?‰ÛÒAddressing the (Minor) Significance of High Online User Shares." (2014)
Pii Problem: Privacy And A New Concept Of Personally Identifiable Information, The Daniel J. Solove
Paul M. Schwartz
2011 Privacy
Funding Details:Schwartz received a Google Faculty Research Award in 2011 [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Schwartz, Paul M., and Daniel J. Solove. "The PII problem: Privacy and a new concept of personally identifiable information." NYUL rev. 86 (2011): 1814
Equilibrium Pricing Of Semantically Substitutable Digital Goods Kamal Jain
Vijay V. Vazirani
2010 Regulation
Funding Details:From the paper: "Supported by...Google Research Grant." [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:Yes
Full Citation:Jain, Kamal, and Vijay Vazirani. "Equilibrium Pricing of Semantically Substitutable Digital Goods." arXiv preprint arXiv:1007.4586 (2010)
Internet Monitor 2014: Reflections On The Digital World: Platforms, Policy, Privacy, And Public Discourse Jonathan L. Zittrain
Rebekah Heacock Jones
Robert Faris
Urs Gasser
2014 Privacy
Funding Details:Gasser received a Google Faculty Research Award in 2014 [Source]
Funding Type:Direct
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Gasser, Urs, Jonathan L. Zittrain, Robert Faris, and Rebekah Heacock Jones. "Internet monitor 2014: reflections on the digital world: platforms, policy, privacy, and public discourse." (2014)
We Couldn't Kill the Internet If We Tried Paul Ohm
2016 Privacy
Regulation
Funding Details:In response to this dataset's initial release, Ohm tweeted, "I helped direct a center that took money from Google (and competitors). Why was I spared?" Ohm does not, however, disclose Google funding in this paper. [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Ohm, Paul. "We Couldn't Kill the Internet If We Tried." Harv. L. Rev. F. 130 (2016): 79.
Sensitive Information Paul Ohm
2015 Privacy
Funding Details:In response to this dataset's initial release, Ohm tweeted, "I helped direct a center that took money from Google (and competitors). Why was I spared?" Ohm does not, however, disclose Google funding in this paper. [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Sensitive Information, 88 S. CAL. L. REV. 1125 (2015)
Regulating Software When Everything Has Software Paul Ohm
2016 Regulation
Funding Details:In response to this dataset's initial release, Ohm tweeted, "I helped direct a center that took money from Google (and competitors). Why was I spared?" Ohm does not, however, disclose Google funding in this paper. [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Ohm, Paul, and Blake Ellis Reid. "Regulating Software When Everything Has Software." (2016).
What if Everything Reveals Everything? Paul Ohm
Scott Peppet
2016 Privacy
Funding Details:In response to this dataset's initial release, Ohm tweeted, "I helped direct a center that took money from Google (and competitors). Why was I spared?" Ohm does not, however, disclose Google funding in this paper. [Source]
Funding Type:Indirect
Funding Acknowledged:No
Full Citation:Ohm, Paul, and Scott Peppet. "4 What If Everything Reveals Everything?." Big Data Is Not a Monolith (2016): 45.

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