Apr 7 2015 12:00pm to Apr 7 2015 12:00pm

Berkman Luncheon Series

The Black Box Society

With author Frank Pasquale. Moderated by Jonathan Zittrain.

Does the increasing velocity, variety, and volume of data make regulators' jobs harder or easier? Some say we are entering a "golden age of surveillance," enabling perfect enforcement of laws. But Frank Pasquale's book "The Black Box Society" argues that, at least in areas like privacy, antitrust, and financial regulation, big data can also enable obfuscation, stonewalling, and even fraud.

Mar 31 2015 12:00pm to Mar 31 2015 12:00pm

Data, Privacy & Navigating the Change from a (Relatively) Unrecorded to a Recorded World

Join us for a talk about "Data, Privacy & Navigating the Change from a (Relatively) Unrecorded to a Recorded World" with Chris Kelly, Harvard Law School Steven and Maureen Klinksy Professor of Practice for Leadership and Progress; Former Chief Privacy Officer of Facebook.

Data, Privacy & Navigating the Change from a (Relatively) Unrecorded to a Recorded World, A talk by Chris Kelly, Steven and Maureen Klinksy Professor of Practice for Leadership and Progress; Former Chief Privacy Officer of Facebook.

Mar 25 2015 6:00pm to Mar 25 2015 6:00pm

Data and Goliath: The Hidden Battles to Collect Your Data and Control Your World

With Berkman Fellow, Bruce Schneier. Moderated by Jonathan Zittrain with special guests, Yochai Benkler, Joe Nye, Sara Watson and Melissa Hathaway.

In Data and Goliath, security expert Bruce Schneier offers another path, one that values both security and privacy. He shows us exactly what we can do to reform our government surveillance programs and shake up surveillance-based business models, while also providing tips for you to protect your privacy every day.

Mar 24 2015 12:00pm to Mar 24 2015 12:00pm

Berkman Luncheon Series

America's Complicated Relationship with Civic Duty: Understanding Everyday Americans at the Core of Civic Innovation

with Berkman Fellow, Kate Krontiris. Kate will be joined by research colleagues John Webb (Google) and Charlotte Krontiris. Eric Gordon will be moderating the discussion.

The research includes a joint qualitative and quantitative study for understanding “Interested Bystanders,” or that portion of the population that is paying attention to the world around them, but not regularly voicing their opinions or taking action.

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