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The director of the Program on Platform Regulation at Stanford's Cyber Policy Center, @daphnehk, was a guest on @Marketplace in "How two cases headed to the Supreme Court could change the internet."

https://stanford.io/3RjHLF9

SLS lecturer @Jeff_Ball gives insight into the high-dollar race to sell natural gas as low carbon in a recent @CanaryMediaInc special report.

https://stanford.io/3jp8C5V

The Stanford Bright Award is currently seeking nominations for the 2023 awardee. This year, the award will be given to an individual working in North or Central America.

This award is given annually to an individual who has made significant contributions to environmental conservation and ...sustainability.

Submit nominations: https://stanford.io/409vxmm

“The death penalty is on the whole fading away, although in many places it’s still on the books and prosecutors are going to go for it in extreme cases,” said SLS professor Robert Weisberg in a recent @sfchronicle article.

https://stanford.io/3Hfbdas