Joseph Reagle is an Assistant Professor of Communication Studies at Northeastern, a faculty associate at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard, and author of Good Faith Collaboration: The Culture of Wikipedia (The MIT Press, 2010). From 2007-2010 he was an adjunct faculty member at NYU's Department of Media, Culture, and Communication. For seven years he was a Research Engineer at the MIT Lab for Computer Science where he served as a Working Group Chair and Author at IETF and W3C within the XML Signature, XML Encryption and Platform for Privacy Preferences (P3P) activities. Additionally, he has worked as a Policy Analyst addressing privacy, content-selection/free-speech, and intellectual rights, including the development and maintenance of W3C's privacy and intellectual rights policies (i.e., copyright/trademark licenses and patent analysis).
Dr. Reagle has a Computer Science degree from UMBC, a Masters from MIT's Technology and Policy Program, and Ph.D. from NYU's Department of Media, Culture, and Communication. Joseph has been a Resident Fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at the Harvard Law School where he wrote and lectured about social protocols, Web-data schema design and contract law, computer agents and legal agency, and Internet culture and democratic/anarchist principles. Dr. Reagle has also worked on short consulting projects for Open Market (electronic commerce protocols), McCann-Erickson (Internet and interactive media), and go-Digital. He has been profiled, interviewed, and quoted in national media including Technology Review, The Economist, The New York Times and American and New Zealand Public Radio.
Last updated September 05, 2011