Inyoung Cheong, Pardis Emami-Naeini, and Tadayoshi Kohno. 2023 (under review). On Legitimacy of Online Content Industry Self-regulation: Case Studies of Newspaper and Webtoon in South Korea
The ACM Web Conference.

Inyoung Cheong. 2023 (forthcoming). Freedom of Algorithmic Expression. The University of Cincinnati Law Review.

Inyoung Cheong. 2021. Epic Games v. Apple on App Store Payment Systems in South Korea. Washington Law Journal of Law, Technology, and Arts Online.


Inyoung Cheong. 2023 (under review). American Administrative Law and Civil Penalties
Administrative Law Journal.

Inyoung Cheong. 2020-2021. Legislative, Executive, and Judicial Reactions to Facebook Data Beach (trilogy)
I. California Consumer Privacy act of 2018. Journal of Law and Economic Regulation Vol. 12. No. 2.
II. Federal Trade Commission’s 5-billion Dollar Settlement. Journal of Law and Economic Regulation Vol. 13. No. 1.
III. Consumer Class Actions in Federal Courts. Journal of Law and Economic Regulation Vol. 13. No. 2.

Inyoung Cheong. 2017. Korea’s New Trends in Culture and Art Legislation. Journal of Law and Economic Regulation Vol. 10. No. 1.

Inyoung Cheong. 2016. Korea Communications Commission’s Adjudication on Deceptive News Reports. Journal of Law and Economic Regulation Vol. 9. No. 1.

Inyoung Cheong. 2014. Amendments to the Broadcasting Act in 2013 and 2014. Journal of Law and Economic Regulation Vol. 7. No. 1.



Inyoung Cheong. 2021. Private and Public Space. Korea University Divertas Press.



Inyoung Cheong. Sep. 2022. Social Media’s Algorithmic Freedom (Poster). Trust and Research Conference 2022. Stanford Internet Observatory. California. US.

Inyoung Cheong. Sep. 2022. South Korea’s Online Content Co-regulation. TrustCon2022 Lightning Talk. Trust & Safety Professionals Association. California.

Inyoung Cheong. June 2022. Automated Content Curation. International Symposium Governing Artificial Intelligence: Designing Legal and Regulatory Responses. Trinity College Dublin Law School. Ireland.

Inyoung Cheong. Feb. 2020. Why I Came to Law School from the Government Position. Annual Fulbright Scholars Western Chapter Conference. Seattle Public Library.

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