Tonight, the Harvard-Yale Cyberscholar Working Group, a group of academics and internet experts, are meeting at the Berkman Center to discuss and debate two new research inquiries related to cyberlaw.
Several reports have emerged that Apple is suing bloggers who leaked secrets about Apple products, scheduled for debut at MacWorld Expo this week.
Yesterday, the independent panel investigating the "CBS memos" controversy resulted in the dismissal of four network executives (see this NYT report).
Today, the Berkman Center's Digital Media Project released a new research report that examines emerging business models for digital media distribution and the policy questions they raise.
This Creative Commons-sponsored audio feature by producer Benjamen Walker examines art, culture, and history of the remix.
Larry Lessig, Stanford Law Professor and author of the recent book, Free Culture, was featured on yesterday's NPR show, The Connection.
This question will be the focus of the next Web of Ideas, a discussion group led by Berkman Fellow and author David Weinberger.
Berkman Fellow Rebecca MacKinnon and radio producer Benjamen Walker put together this audio report about the Global Voices track of our conference last month, Votes, Bits & Bytes.
Yesterday, Berkman Center faculty provided a day of instruction in iLaw Eurasia on intellectual property law.
Fifty representatives from government, the private sector, and civil society in Eurasia have convened in Tallinn, Estonia this week for iLaw Eurasia, a five-day program about ICT policy.
On the third day of Votes, Bits & Bytes, several discussions are tackling blogs and their role in politics, culture, and international discourse.
Scott Heiferman joined Prof.
Today at Harvard Law School, the Berkman Center's conference, Votes, Bits & Bytes, examines different ways in which the internet has affected politics.
Votes, Bits & Bytes, the Berkman Center's conference to examine the effect of the internet on politics, begins tonight.
Tonight, ABC news anchor Kathleen Matthews will moderate a conversation between Michael Turk, eCampaign Director for Bush-Cheney 2004, and Joe Trippi, former director of Howard Dean's campaign.
In preparation for our conference, Votes, Bits & Bytes this week, we've released a Working Hypothesis about the way the internet has, and has not, altered politics in recent years.
A story in yesterday's New York Times reports on the rapid expansion of the Internet in China, with five times more internet users today than in 2000.
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This week's Web of Ideas -- a discussion series hosted by Berkman Fellow David Weinberger -- features a special guest, David P.
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