The following are news pieces, blog posts, and other popular media stories that discuss or mention my research or creative documentary production work and/or in which I am quoted.
Should We See Everything a Cop Sees?, The New York Times Magazine (by McKenzie Funk, Oct. 18, 2016).
Audit sheds light on body camera program as more police officers outfitted, The Spokesman-Review (by Rachel Alexander, Dec. 1, 2015).
Augmented Reality: Figuring Out Where the Law Fits, R&D Magazine (by Greg Watry, Nov. 16, 2015).
Life, enhanced: UW professors study legal, social complexities of an augmented reality future, UW Today (by Peter Kelley, Nov. 3, 2015).
Questions Remain About How To Use Data From License Plate Scanners, NPR / All Tech Considered (by Martin Kaste, May 27, 2015).
Police body cameras focus of two studies, The Spokesman-Review (by Rachel Alexander, May 10, 2015).
“Privacy Issues on Social Media” TV segment for In Focus Kentucky, Spectrum News (April 15, 2018).
“Net Neutrality” segment for WFRL 88.1FM (Lexington, KY), Campus Voices radio program (Feb. 28, 2018).
Leaders of LexGig Speaking at UK About Fiber Optic Network, UK NOW (Univ. of KY News) (by Harlie Collins, Feb. 12, 2018).
Net neutrality: Why should you care?, Kentucky Kernal (student newspaper) (by Saadia Akhtar, Dec 5, 2017).
SIG/IFP – SIG/III Workshop: Trust in the Age of Data: Big and Small, ASIS&T Bulletin (by Kristene Unsworth, Feb./Mar. Issue, 2015).
Let’s review: Calit2 Gallery show ‘tackles’ bodies at UCSD, La Jolla Light (by Will Bowen, Dec. 10, 2014).
The Body In A Virtual World: “Body Practices” Opens At UC San Diego’s Calit2 Gallery, SciArt in America (by Natalie McKeever Goldman, Nov. 14, 2014).
UCD grad’s documentary tackles immigration issues, The Davis Enterprise (by Jeff Hudson, Nov. 12, 2014, page A1 in the print edition).
‘Body Practices’ Exhibition Explores Interface between Virtual and Physical Bodies: New Exhibition to Open Nov. 5 in Qualcomm Institute’s gallery@calit2, Press Release, California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology (by Doug Ramsey, Oct. 27, 2014).
Bryce C. Newell ’10 Presents ‘The Tinaja Trail’, University of California, Davis School of Law, Events, Aug. 2014.
iSchool to participate at ASIS&T, UW iSchool, Headlines, June, 17, 2014.
2014 Featured Films St. Petersburg, FL, Sunscreen Film Festival, Apr. 2014.
This last week in the Museum of Arte Útil, Museum of Arte Útil, News, Mar. 2014.
At the Movies: The Tinaja Trail, ImmigrationProf Blog, March 18, 2014.
UW iSchool to make a strong showing at 2014 iConference Berlin, UW iSchool, Headlines, Feb., 21, 2014.
Spotlight on Tech Policy Lab Scholar Bryce Newell, UW Tech Policy Lab, Blog, Feb. 13, 2014.
iSchool largest contributor to iConference 2014, UW iSchool, Headlines, Oct., 25, 2013.
Doctoral student’s film examines the perils of undocumented border crossings, UW iSchool, Headlines, Sept. 6, 2013.
2013 Fellows: Congratulations to the GPF 2013 Fellows, Google Policy Fellowship, June 2013.
Bryce Newell awarded Google Policy Fellowship, UW iSchool, Feature Stories, June 5, 2013.
Faculty and students contribute to iConference 2013, UW iSchool, Headlines, Feb. 5, 2013.
Bryce Newell ’10 Producing Documentary, University of California, Davis School of Law, News, Dec. 20, 2010.