Kate Klonick is a Future Tense fellow. She is an attorney and resident fellow at the Information Society Project at Yale Law School, where she is currently pursuing her PhD. Her research and writing centers on applying cognitive psychology research to the law. Most generally this addresses questions of decision making, but has led to specific study in the areas of intellectual property, torts, governance, criminal law, and evidence. It has also led to interest in robotics, artificial intelligence, and Internet law. Most recently she has authored papers on online shaming, and is currently working on a paper about social media platforms' content moderation processes.