Doc Searls for the ProjectVRM blog: "So I’m a guest on the latest TWiL (This Week in Law) podcast. Lots of VRM links at that link, below the topic, 'How modernization of health data management is changing the health system.'"
Berkman Student Fellow Christopher Soghoian, assisted by Harvard Law School’s Cyberlaw Clinic, recently submitted responses to questions from the U.S. Copyright Office regarding his Digital Millenium Copyright Act (DMCA) §1201 Exemption request.
Where in the world are people using Creative Commons licenses? How much content is licensed under Creative Commons and what are the individual, social and cultural factors that influence adoption? Also, what happens after content is made available for remixing under an open license? What kind of 'cultural flows' emerge from ad-hoc, large-scale remixing activity and how do these vary under different incentives for production? Giorgos Cheliotis will address these questions and more.
The Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University will conduct an independent expert review of existing literature and studies about broadband deployment and usage throughout the world. This project will help inform the FCC’s efforts in developing the National Broadband Plan.