by Charles Nesson
Boston's Olympic bid spurred a remarkable community deliberation. It gave us a chance to talk about our visions for sports and the city. The discussions were exciting, and we felt a spirit of democracy.
Travel back in time with us, to 2010, when Larry Lessig (before he started running for president) and Jonathan Zittrain talked about a proposal to change the way we elect politicians.
Seven years after its launch Bitcoin's promise to change the way we think about currency is beginning to come true.
Professor Jonathan Zittrain on why the Right to be Forgotten is flawed and what can be done about it
For Professor Zittrain, the Right to be Forgotten is a “bad solution to a real problem.”
Lessons for Leaders from Real-World Examples
The Berkman Center for Internet & Society, together with the Global Network of Internet and Society Research Centers (NoC), is pleased to announce the release of a new publication, “Designing Successful Governance Groups: Lessons for Leaders from Real-World Examples." This paper draws on our previous research and provides an actionable starting place for those interested in understanding some of the critical ingredients for successful multistakeholder governance.
Streaming music will bring in close to $50 billion by 2018. How much of that will go to the artists?
Twitter now allows users to report plagiarized tweets. Which raises the question: Are tweets protected under copyright?
Should Reddit be a home for "Free Speech?" Or just "Good Speech?" And who gets to decide? This week on the podcast.
A new, customizable dashboard with real-time info about the Net coming soon
Internet Monitor’s mission is to collect and share data about how people all over the world access and use the Internet. This fall the project plans to release a new platform for displaying all this data and more on one dashboard.