The Berkman Center is pleased to share the OpenNet Initiative's annual roundup of "top instances of filtering, surveillance, and information warfare around the globe." 2010's high-profile events include: various bannings of Blackberry services; blocking of Facebook in multiple countries; tensions between Google and China; the filtering of Wikileaks; and much more...
Faculty associate Matthew Hindman provoked an energetic email exchange among members of the extended Berkman Center community today, in anticipation of Secretary Clinton's "Internet Freedom" speech. Matt had asked for suggestions of a question to ask Secretary Clinton...
Wide-spread Internet blocking in Egypt, search neutrality, Flickr fears, and more...in this week's buzz.
A number of Berkman projects and collaborators are keeping a close eye on the state of Internet access in Egypt.
A review of open-access fees, shake-ups at Google, how unrest in North Africa is affecting online censorship, and more...in this week's BUZZ.
A look at the recent events in Tunisia, a Saudi law requiring blogger licenses, the upgrade from IPv4 to IPv6 and more...in this week's BUZZ.
A look at open access, rewiring Facebook for serendipity, the implications of computer vision, and more...in this week's BUZZ.
This paper evaluates the impact of distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks on independent media and human rights sites in nine countries, as well as the broader impact of DDoS worldwide, and makes recommendations for how independent media and human rights sites can best respond to such attacks.
Controversy over a collegiate website, the U.S. takes down domains, what's next for net neutrality, this week on WikiLeaks, and more...in this week's BUZZ.
The future of 3D printing, the FTC's new do-not-track list proposal, the year's top global thinkers, this week on Wikileaks, and more...in this week's BUZZ.