Does the feeling of being surveilled or judged on the internet make you less likely to engage in perfectly legal, socially beneficial activities? Today on the podcast we talk to a researcher who investigates chilling effects online.
Calling Developers and Tech Industry Professionals
The Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University is excited to announce the Berkman Assembly, an innovative pilot program that will experiment with different modes of education, collaboration, and development to work towards solving some of the tough problems at the intersections of code and policy in digital security.
with Michel Bauwens, Founder & Director of the P2P Foundation
with Vikki S. Katz, Associate Professor, School of Communication and Information at Rutgers University
A conversation with CA State Senator Dr. Richard Pan and Dr. Brittany Seymour
Governments are under increasing pressure to promote transparency, accountability, and innovation by making the data they hold available to the public. Because the data often contain information about individuals, agencies rely on various standards and interventions to protect privacy interests while supporting a range of beneficial uses of the data. This article provides a survey of practices for releasing data in response to freedom of information and Privacy Act requests, traditional public and vital records, official statistics, and e-government and open government initiatives.
with Berkman Fellow , Ellery Biddle
with Berkman Fellow, Brittany Seymour
A summary of the second “Computers Gone Wild: Impact and Implications of Developments in Artificial Intelligence on Society” workshop, which took place on February 19, 2016 at Harvard Law School.