What do our machines force us to remember? And should we be using them to help us forget?
Internet Monitor is delighted to announce the publication of "Beyond the Wall: Mapping Twitter in China," the seventh in a series of special reports that focus on key events and new developments in Internet freedom.
with Berkman Fellow, Mary L. Gray
We're excited to announce exciting changes to our pioneering Chilling Effects project, including an expanded mission and a new set of international research partnerships.
How should platforms like Facebook deal with problematic speech?
Collaboration will make American law open and publicly available for the first time in history
Harvard Law School announced today that, with the support of Ravel Law, a legal research and analytics platform, it is digitizing its entire collection of U.S. case law, one of the largest collections of legal materials in the world, and that it will make the collection available online, for free, to anyone with an Internet connection.
with Sarah Jeong
With an estimated 200 million people using software to hide or block ads on the Internet, online advertising is at a turning point.
By Summer 2015 Interns Sun Woo Lee and Grant Nelson
This post is part of a series featuring interviews with some of members of the 2015-2016 class of Berkman Fellows. Conducted by our 2015 summer interns (affectionately known as "Berkterns"), these snapshots aim to showcase the diverse backgrounds, interests, and accomplishments of our dynamic community.
We have worked directly for many years with colleagues at many institutions on policies to facilitate open access to faculty research. We began writing this guide in 2011 to codify the kind of advice we found ourselves repeating, make it available to more institutions than we could ever reach directly, and solicit the help of others in making it more comprehensive and useful.