The New York Times lists this year's winners of the MacArthur "Genius" Grant. The fellowships are awarded each year by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation for "extraordinary originality and dedication." The honor includes a "no-strings-attached" award of $625,000, which is distributed over five years. Legal scholar and Boston University School of Law Professor Danielle Citron was among this year's award winners for her work "addressing the scourge of cyber harassment by raising awareness of the toll it takes on victims and proposing reforms to combat the most extreme forms of online abuse."
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