Berkman represents a network of faculty, fellows, students, entrepreneurs, lawyers, and virtual architects working to identify and engage with the challenges and opportunities of cyberspace.


Ben Adida

Ben Adida studied Cryptography and Information Security at MIT. His specific technology interests include authentication infrastructures, electronic voting, reliable and secure transactional storage, and web application software development. He's a member of the Creative Commons Technology Advisory Board and of the Center for Strategic and International Studies Authentication Workgroup. At the Berkman Center, Ben works on two fronts: balancing the interests of business and free software, and strengthening privacy in the context of the war on terror.


Sylvie Agudelo

As assistant director, Sylvie Agudelo oversees all administrative, financial, personnel, facilities, strategic planning and managerial aspects of the Berkman Center.

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Meg Ambrose

Dr. Meg Ambrose is an assistant professor at Georgetown University in the Communication, Culture & Technology department working in the area of international technology policy.


Laura Amico

Laura Amico is founder and editor of Homicide Watch, an innovative platform for data-driven coverage of violent crime. She’s a 2012-2013 Nieman-Berkman fellow in journalism innovation at Harvard, where she is studying new methods and best practices for digital beat reporting.


Mike Ananny

Mike Ananny is an Assistant Professor at USC’s Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism where he researches the public significance of systems for networked journalism.


Osman Tolga Aricak

Osman Tolga Aricak, Associate Professor of Educational Psychology at Hasan Kalyoncu University, focuses on cyberbullying among adolescents. He worked in the Youth and Media Lab as Berkman Fellow in 2013-2014 academic year.


Maurice Ashley

Maurice Ashley, an International Grandmaster of Chess, is a Fellow at Harvard's Berkman's Center working with Berkman's Mindsport Research Network to research and develop curricula centering on how games can be used to effectively impact subject learning online, in classrooms and in libraries around the world.


Marguerite Avery

Marguerite Avery is Senior Acquisitions Editor at The MIT Press where she acquires scholarly, trade, and reference work in Science and Technology Studies, Information Science, Communications, and Internet Studies.


Bodó Balázs

Bodó Balázs is an economist, assistant professor, and researcher at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Department of Sociology and Communications, Center for Media Research and Education. His academic interests include copyright and economics, piracy, media regulation, peer-to-peer communities, underground libraries, digital archives, informal media economies.


Derek Bambauer

Derek is an Assistant Professor of Law at Wayne State University Law School. From 2004 through 2006, Derek Bambauer was a resident fellow at the Center, where he worked primarily with the OpenNet Initiative, helping its research on Internet filtering, but maintained ties from his student days with the Digital Media Team.


Matthew Becker

Matt Becker is a JD candidate at Harvard Law School and Editor-in-Chief of the Harvard Journal of Law & Technology. Matt is interested in intellectual property law, commons-based peer production, and the impact of technology on consumer protection issues.

James Bessen

James Bessen is currently a Berkman faculty associate and a Lecturer in Law at Boston University School of Law where he does research on the economics of technological innovation, including patents and Free/Open Source Software.


Ian Bogost

Dr. Ian Bogost is an author and game designer. He is Ivan Allen College Distinguished Chair in Media Studies and Professor of Interactive Computing at the Georgia Institute of Technology, and Founding Partner at Persuasive Games LLC. As an author, he writes about videogames as a medium with many uses. As a game designer, he makes games for political, social, educational, and artistic uses.


Rebecca Brackley

Rebecca Brackley was an LLM candidate at Harvard Law School. She is particularly interested in intellectual property issues in cyberspace, including the intersection of constitutional law and intellectual property.


Mary Bridges

Mary previously served as Communications Coordinator, working on a variety of Berkman Center projects, particularly those involving writing and communications.


James Burns

Trained in symbolic systems, mathematics, and theoretical economics at Stanford and Harvard, James Burns designs and develops new digital and intellectual frameworks for relational knowledge.


Yang Cao

Yang Cao is an associate professor and vice director of Intellectual Property Research Center of Shanghai University of Political Science and Law.

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June Casey

June Casey is Librarian for Open Access and Scholarly Communication at the Harvard Law School Library and is a frequent collaborator on Berkman Center research projects.


Justin Chan

Prior to joining Schrödinger, Justin practiced law at the New York Office of Debevoise & Plimpton LLP, was a Resident Fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard Law School and clerked for Chief Justice Yong of the Singapore Supreme Court.


Tuna Chatterjee

Tuna is a fellow at the Berkman Center and a Staff Attorney with the Citizen Media Law Project, which provides legal education and resources for individuals and organizations involved in citizen media.


Harris Chen

Harris is currently a Taiwanese public prosecutor at Chiayi District Prosecution Office, specializing in IP crimes, sexual crimes, drug trafficking and insurance fraud.


Tyng-Ruey Chuang

Tyng-Ruey Chuang is an associate research fellow at Academia Sinica (Taipei, Taiwan) where he is affiliated with both the Institute of Information Science and the Research Center for Information Technology Innovation. He also teaches at the National Taiwan University as an associate professor. He does research in programming languages, Web technologies, geo-spatial informatics, and Internet and society.


Hsiao-ya Chung

Hsiao-ya is a fellow with the Berkman Center, and main research will focus on: (1) The international cooperation on cybercrime investigation (2)The technological tragedies and government regulations on decryption for communication interception over internet.


John Clippinger

John Henry Clippinger was the Co-Director of The Law Lab at Harvard University, a multi-disciplinary project founded to research the role of social, neurological, and economic mechanisms on the role of law in facilitating cooperation and entrepreneurial innovation.


Dan Cohen

Dan is the founding Executive Director of the Digital Public Library of America, which is bringing together the riches of America’s libraries, archives, and museums, and making them freely available to the world.


Julie Cohen

Julie E. Cohen is a Professor of Law at the Georgetown University Law Center, and was a Visiting Professor of Law at the Harvard Law School during the 2009-10 academic year.

Oliver Day

Oliver Day is a researcher at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society where he is focused on the Stopbadware project.


Jacques de Werra

Jacques de Werra is professor of contract law and intellectual property law at the Law School of the University of Geneva, Switzerland. Jacques researches, publishes and speaks on topics related to various aspects of intellectual property law, contract law, particularly on the commercialization of intellectual property assets by way of transfer of technology, licensing and franchising, IT and Internet law, as well as on alternative dispute resolution mechanisms for IP and technology disputes.


Ruha Devanesan

Ruha Devanesan is Executive Director of the Internet Bar Organization, a nonprofit institute specializing in research on improving access to justice through technology. Her academic interests lie in the use of technology to facilitate conflict resolution, grassroots development and access to culture in the Global South.


Donnie Hao Dong

Donnie, Hao Dong is a Student Fellow at Berkman Center. His research interests cover copyright reform, law and social development in digital age, and rule of law in China.


Melanie Dulong de Rosnay

Melanie Dulong de Rosnay is a fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard Law School, where she is leading research in copyright law and information science. She is designing a distance learning course on copyright for librarians in partnership with eIFL. Also a fellow at Science Commons, she works on open access science and open data policy. She is acting publications coordinator of Communia, the European thematic network on the digital public domain.


David Eaves

A public policy entrepreneur, open government activist and negotiation expert David is retained by several governments to advise on open government and open data, works with two spin-offs of the Harvard Negotiation Project and advises businesses on open source strategies and community management.


Borja Echevarría de la Gándara

Borja Echevarría de la Gándara is the deputy managing editor at El País, Spain’s largest daily. As a 2013 Nieman-Berkman Fellow in Journalism Innovation, Echevarría will study the structural evolution of newsrooms around the world and how disruptive innovation is altering traditional business and workflow models for news.


Andrew Eggers

Andy Eggers is a Ph.D. Candidate in the Government Department and an affiliate of the Institute for Quantitative Social Science. His academic research focuses on electoral rules, politicians' personal finances, and research methodology (particularly causal inference).


Bonnie Emerick

Bonnie Emerick is on the English Department faculty at Western State College in Gunnison, CO. She holds an MFA from Colorado State University and a bachelor's in magazine journalism from Ohio University.


Tamar Frankel

Professor Tamar Frankel has written and taught in the areas of mutual funds, securitization, financial system regulation, fiduciary law and corporate governance.


Allan Friedman

Allan Friedman is a post-doctoral fellow at CRCS, where he studies information technology policy, particularly cybersecurity, information privacy and the structure of communication networks.


Corinna di Gennaro

Corinna di Gennaro is a Fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society and a Research Associate at the Oxford Internet Institute (OII) at the University of Oxford. She is a sociologist working on the social implications of Internet adoption and use for civic and political engagement.


Yashomati Ghosh

Yashomati Ghosh is working as an Assistant Professor at the National Law School of India University, India. Her work focuses on analyzing the rights of the users in the field of online digital music.

Jeffrey Hermes

Jeff Hermes is the director of the Digital Media Law Project. A Princeton University alumnus and 1997 graduate of Harvard Law School, he has represented clients in connection with media and Internet law issues since he started practicing.

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Herkko Hietanen

Herkko Hietanen is well known for his research on Creative Commons licensing. In his PhD dissertation he examined the how Creative Commons increases market efficiency.

Phillip Hill

Phillip Hill is 3L at Harvard Law School and a 2012–2013 Berkman Student Fellow. His focus is on copyright and trademark law in the modern entertainment industry.


Matthew Hindman

Matthew Hindman is Assistant Professor in the School of Media and Public Affairs at The George Washington University. For the 2010-2011 academic year he will be a faculty associate with the Center, writing on the political economy of the online public sphere.


Blythe A. Holden

At the Berkman Center Blythe coordinated a project exploring Digital Media in Cyberspace, in conjunction with Gartner|G2, the business strategy research arm for Gartner, Inc.

Chunyang Hu

Chunyang Hu is an Associate Prof. in the Department of Communication of Journalism School at Fudan University and a research fellow at the Center for Information and Communication Studies at Fudan University.


Jeffrey Huang

Jeffrey Huang is a Berkman Center faculty associate and is the Director of the Media x Design Laboratory at EPFL Switzerland, where he is a Full Professor in the Department of Architecture and in the Faculty of Computer and Communication Sciences.


Lewis Hyde

Lewis Hyde's interests center on the public life of the imagination. He is currently at work on a book about "cultural commons," that vast, unowned store of ideas, inventions, and art that we have inherited from the past.


Karrie Karahalios

Karrie Karahalios is an assistant professor in computer science at the University of Illinois where she heads the Social Spaces Group. Her work focuses on the interaction between people and the social cues they perceive in networked electronic spaces.


Rohan Kariyawasam

Rohan has studied at Harvard Law School as a Berkman Fellow, the University of Kent at Canterbury, the University of Geneva, Switzerland, the College of Law in London, and the Centre for Commercial Law Studies at Queen Mary University of London. In 2001, he was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to Harvard.


Jason Kaufman

Jason Kaufman is a fellow researching social networks and online spaces via a gigantic longitudinal study of American college students’ profiles.


Brian Keegan

Brian Keegan is a computational social scientist and post-doctoral fellow at Northeastern University. He is also an affiliate at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society and Institute for Quantitative Social Science at Harvard University. His research examines how temporary online organizations emerge, stabilize, dissolve, and regenerate.


Brian Kernighan

Brian Kernighan was a Berkman Fellow during 2010-2011, where he wrote the first several drafts of "D is for Digital: What a well-informed person ought to know about computers and communications."


Diana Kimball

Diana is an MBA candidate at Harvard Business School. As a co-creator of ROFLCon, her interest in internet culture runs deep. Most recently, this interest has expressed itself in learning Ruby (a programming language) and applying an open-source ethos to mentoring. She's also exploring the concept of total authorship as it relates to art.

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Gene Koo

Gene Koo focuses on emerging methods of education in a digitally networked world. In collaboration with the Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction, he is developing a commons where law professors can collaboratively create teaching materials. He also studies the intersection of video games and moral development.


Molly Krause

Molly Krause was the Project Leader for H2O -- an open source, educational platform that explores powerful ways to connect professors, students, and researchers online


Vivek Kundra

Vivek Kundra is a fellow with the Berkman Center and with the Shorenstein Center on the Press, Politics, and Public Policy. Vivek Kundra was appointed as the first United States Chief Information Officer by President Obama and is credited with saving over $3 billion in taxpayer dollars, adopting game-changing technologies in the public sector, strengthening the cybersecurity posture of the nation and launching an open government movement through the platform, which has been replicated across 21 nations, 29 states, 11 cities and several international organizations.


Catalina Laserna

Catalina Laserna’s primary research field is the study of culture, media and learning. For the last 15 years she has been researching the ways in which digital media can interrupt and transform educational traditions, both in K-12 environments and in higher education.


Jack Lerner

Jack was Research Fellow at the Berkman Center, where he worked to develop a nonprofit digital music distribution system modeled after proposals to reform the current entertainment industry and intellectual property system via collective licensing and revenue-pooling regimes.

Gina Leslie

Gina is Berkman's Financial/Administrative Associate, providing financial and administrative support for the Center, and administrative support for the Law Lab.


Isaac Lidsky

A long-time Filter reader and Berkman Center admirer, Isaac attended BCIS's ILAW 2001 conference in July of 2001 where he solidified his interest in cyberlaw and the Berkman Center. When Isaac returned to Cambridge to begin his studies at HLS as a 1L that fall, he got involved with several Berkman Center projects.


Susie Lindsay

Susie Lindsay is currently regulatory counsel at Bell Canada Enterprises Inc. in Toronto - where she practices broadcasting, telecommunications and copyright law.


Ching-Yi Liu

Ching-Yi Liu is a Professor of law at National Taiwan University and Principal Investigator of Taiwan's National E-Learning and Digital Archives Program. She is exploring issues related to network neutrality, technology policies related to digital libraries, and freedom of the press in the Internet age.


Maria Löblich

Maria Löblich is Assistant Professor at the Department of Communication Science and Media Research at Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich in Germany. Her current research focuses on political processes and regulatory arrangements in internet policy at the national and cross-country comparative level.

Xinlei Lu

Xinlei Lu is a Ph.D. candidate in the School of Journalism at Fudan University, Shanghai and is studying how cyber-technology has been employed to prevent HIV/AIDS in the gay community in China, and the political, commercial, and social factors implicated therein.


Rebecca MacKinnon

Rebecca MacKinnon is a veteran journalist who has enthusiastically embraced the new world of weblogs and participatory media. She is co-founder with Berkman fellow Ethan Zuckerman of Global Voices Online, an international online citizens’ media project housed at the Berkman Center.


Isaac Mao

Isaac Mao is a philosopher on Sharism, social entrepreneur, blogger, software architect and researcher in learning and social technology.


Maura Marx

Maura Marx is a Berkman Center fellow and the Executive Director of the Open Knowledge Commons (OKC), a nonprofit organization that works with libraries to help create the broadest possible public access to knowledge. Since January 2011, Maura is also Director of the Digital Public Library of America Secretariat.


Betsy Masiello

Betsy Masiello is a Policy Manager on Google’s public policy team. As part of her work at Google she is one of the leads for the company's privacy efforts and for analyzing Google’s and the Internet’s impact on the economy.


Andrew McAfee

Andrew McAfee studies the ways that information technology (IT) affects businesses and business as a whole. His research investigates how IT changes the way companies perform, organize themselves, and compete.


Erin McKeown

Erin McKeown is an internationally known musician, writer, and producer. At Berkman, she is working to connect the worlds of policy, art,and technology while considering questions about how to make a creative life a viable vocation.


Miriam Meckel

Miriam Meckel, PhD., holds a professorship for Corporate Communication at the University of St. Gallen, Switzerland, and is the Managing Director of the Institute for Media and Communication Management. She is also an adviser for Public Affairs and Business Communication.


Persephone Miel

Persephone Miel is a Fellow at the Berkman Center where she directs the Media Re:public project, examining the impact of participatory journalism on the information environment.


Andres Monroy-Hernandez

Andrés Monroy-Hernández is a social computing researcher at Microsoft Research and an affiliate of the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University. His research focuses on the design and study of social media systems. In particular, he is interested in peer-production, creative online communities, remixing, and civic media.

Francesca Musiani

Francesca Musiani is a researcher at the Institute for Communication Sciences, French National Centre for Scientific Research (ISCC-CNRS) and an associate researcher at the Centre for the Sociology of Innovation of MINES ParisTech-PSL.


Kara Oehler

Kara Oehler is a 2011-2012 Radcliffe-Film Study Center Fellow at Harvard University. She is a radio documentary producer and media artist whose work over the past decade has focused upon pushing the boundaries of narrative journalism both on the air and across multiple platforms, combining investigative storytelling with participatory media, building new systems and opportunities for education and artistic practice.


Dotan Oliar

Dotan taught a seven-meeting workshop and organized a reading group on economic analysis of intellectual property, was a teaching assistant for the Internet Law Colloquium, co-authored teaching modules for Berkman’s Internet Law Program, established Berkman’s Research Publication Series and participated in the institutional design of Creative ommons, a non-profit that enhances sharing and cumulative production of intellectual property.

Julio Angel Ortiz

Julio Angel is a broadband fellow at The Berkman Center for Internet & Society. Previously, he was a Post Doctoral Fellow in the School of Communication and Information at Rutgers. His research focuses on the social and policy consequences of the production and consumption of information. He is particularly interested in examining the take-up and uses of broadband networks in regards to their potential impact on communities, quality of life, and digital social inclusion.


Eric Osiakwan

Eric M.K Osiakwan is the Executive Secretary both of the African Internet Service Providers Association (AfrISPA, and the Ghana Internet Service Providers Association (GISPA, He is also a Visiting Fellow and Scholar at the Stanford University and Reuters Foundation Digital Vision Program @, Project Co-ordinator for UC Berkeley TIER Group in Ghana @ and affiliate of the Berkman Centre for Internet and Society at the Harvard Law School @


Carlos Osorio

Carlos Osorio is Professor and Founding Director of the Master on Innovation Program at Universidad Adolfo Ibañez (Chile), faculty associate at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University, and fellow at the Center for Social Innovation at “Un Techo para mi País”.


Helen Partridge

Helen Partridge is a Professor in the Information Systems School at the Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Australia. She is co-leader of QUT’s Information Studies Group; a research team with a multi-disciplinary focus crossing the boundaries of people, information, and technology.

Anita Patel

Web Applications Developer

Anita Patel is a Web Applications Developer currently working on various internal as well as Harvard-wide web projects.


Alberto Pepe

Alberto Pepe is a postdoctoral research fellow at the Center for Astrophysics of Harvard University and a co-founder of Authorea, a science tech startup. He is interested in the promotion of Open Science and the design and development of the next generation of tools for the collaborative authorship of scientific papers.


Latoya Peterson

A certified media junkie, Latoya Peterson provides a hip-hop feminist and anti-racist view on pop culture with a special focus on video games, film, television, and music. Skilled in interviewing and creative non-fiction, Latoya Peterson spends her time editing the award winning blog – the intersection of race and pop culture.


Mica Pollock

Mica Pollock, an anthropologist of education, has long studied how youth and adults discuss and address everyday issues of diversity and opportunity in schools. Pollock is now examining the full range of communications — including electronic communications — necessary to support young people in diverse communities.


Eric Priest

Eric Priest was a Resident Fellow overseeing the China implementation of the Noank Digital Media Exchange project, a next-generation copyright licensing system for the legal distribution and transmission of digital works over the Internet.


Jedediah Purdy

Jedediah Purdy joined the Duke Law faculty in 2004. He graduated from Harvard College, summa cum laude, with an A.B. in Social Studies, and received his J.D. from Yale Law School.


Intisar Rabb

Intisar A. Rabb is an assistant professor of law at Boston College Law School--where she teaches comparative Islamic law and legal history, advanced constitutional law, and criminal law--and a faculty affiliate in research at Harvard Law School, Islamic Legal Studies Program.


Dave Rand

David G. Rand is a Fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society, as well as a Post-Doctoral Fellow in Mathematical Biology at Harvard's Program for Evolutionary Dynamics. David studies human cooperation from an evolutionary game theoretic perspective.


Mary Rundle

Mary Rundle is a fellow with the Berkman Center and a non-resident fellow with the Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School. Through the Net Dialogue project, she has been mapping ways in which governments are working in international organizations to iron out common policies for the networked world.

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Dena Sacco

Dena T. Sacco is a Senior Researcher for the Kinder & Braver World Project, which grows out a partnership between the Berkman Center, The Born This Way Foundation (BTWF), the John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, and The California Endowment.


Pamela Samuelson

Pamela Samuelson is a Professor at the University of California at Berkeley with a joint appointment in the School of Information Management and Systems and the School of Law.


Doc Searls

Doc Searls served as a Berkman Fellow from 2006 to 2010, during which he launched and led ProjectVRM, which encourages the development of new tools by which individuals create and control their relationships with companies and other organizations. (VRM stands for Vendor Relationship Management, a term coined as a counterpart to CRM, for Customer Relationship Management.)


Jesse Shapins

Jesse Shapins is a media artist, theorist and social entrepreneur whose work has been featured in The New York Times, Metropolis, and Wired, and been exhibited at MoMA, Deutsches Architektur Zentrum and the Carpenter Center for Visual Arts, among other venues.


Andrew Shapiro

Andrew L. Shapiro is a writer, lawyer, and entrepreneur. He is the author of The Control Revolution: How the Internet is Putting Individuals in Charge and Changing the World We Know, an Amazon bestseller which Industry Standard magazine called one of 1999's Ten Books that Matter.


Jennifer Shkabatur

Jennifer Shkabatur is a doctoral candidate (SJD) at Harvard Law School, a fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University, and a fellow at the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics at Harvard University.


Bill Shribman

Bill Shribman is the Senior Executive Producer responsible for interactive media for kids at WGBH including a dozen apps and the national PBS sites for Arthur, Curious George, Design Squad Nation, and Martha Speaks.

Richard Sobel

Richard Sobel explores the relationships between citizens and governments as a Senior Research Associate in the Program in Psychiatry and the Law at Harvard Medical School, and a Senior Research Fellow and Policy Director at the Roper Center for Public Opinion Research in Storrs, CT.

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Alicia Solow-Niederman

As project manager, Alicia's portfolio includes Media Cloud (with a particular emphasis on Controversy Mapping) and the Student Privacy Initiative as well as research on information quality with Executive Director Urs Gasser and ad hoc networks with Prof. Zittrain.


Elizabeth Staksrud

Elisabeth Staksrud (PhD) is a graduate from the University of Oslo, with a doctoral degree in Media and Communications. Her key research interests lie in two interlinked fields: research on Internet censorship and the regulation of content, and children and online risk.


Tom Stites

Tom Stites, a 2010-11 fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University, is the founder and president of the Banyan Project.


Victoria Stodden

Victoria is a fellow with the Internet and Democracy Project at the Berkman Center at Harvard Law School, which examines the role of the Internet in democratic decision making, focusing on the Middle East.


Manik Suri

Manik Suri is Co-Founder of The Governance Lab (GovLab), a civic technology platform that designs and implements network- and data-driven solutions to improve public policy and advance 21st century democracy.

Jessica Tatlock

Coordinator of the Internet Safety Technical Task Force

Jess Tatlock joined the Berkman Center in Spring, 2008 as the Coordinator of the Internet Safety Technical Task Force.


Michael Thomas

Dr Michael Thomas BA (Hons) M.Ed. MBA Ph.D. FHEA is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Language, Literature and International Studies at the University of Central Lancashire, UK. His research interests are in online and distance education, discourse analysis, computer-assisted learning and task-based learning.


Doreen Tu

Doreen Tu comes from Taiwan’s District Prosecutors Office in Taipei, and is conducting research on botnets, the impact of cross-border cybercrimes, and strategies to combat them.


Kori Urayama

Kori Urayama joined the Berkman Center in January 2012 and as a project coordinator manages the Information Quality, Interoperability and Broadband Policy projects.


Jessica Valenti

Jessica Valenti – called one of the Top 100 Inspiring Women in the world by The Guardian – is the author of three books: Full Frontal Feminism: A Young Woman’s Guide to Why Feminism Matters, He’s a Stud, She’s a Slut”¦and 49 Other Double Standards Every Woman Should Know, and The Purity Myth: How America’s Obsession with Virginity is Hurting Young Women which has been made into a documentary by the Media Education Foundation. Jessica is also the founder of

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Shenja van der Graaf

Shenja van der Graaf was a fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society and the Research Center for Information Law at the University of St. Gallen (2007-2008). Her research focused on the organization and management of innovation and technology, especially user innovation, product development, and media uses in 3D media/software industries.


Eric von Hippel

Eric von Hippel is a Professor and Head of the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Group at the MIT Sloan School of Management, and is a faculty associate at the Berkman Center.


Sally Walkerman

Sally Walkerman is project coordinator for the OpenNet Initiative, where she works with ONI's many volunteers and contractors around the world to carry out ONI testing for Internet filtering. She also handles communications, directs local research assistants, conducts research and assists with reports.

Kit Walsh

Kit Walsh is the Clinical Instructional Fellow at the Cyberlaw Clinic of the Berkman Center. Kit’s clinical practice focuses on civil liberties, particularly free speech and privacy.


Dana Walters

Dana Walters is a program coordinator with the Berkman Center for Internet and Society, where she supplements the core team’s efforts on research, communications, events management, and more.

Stephanie Wang

Stephanie Wang is a resident fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard Law School, where her work is focused on the OpenNet Initiative.


Jia Wang

Jia Wang is an LLD candidate at the Law Faculty of Stellenbosch University (near completion) with her research focus on copyright exceptions and the public interest in the areas of education and research.


Ben Weeks

Ben Weeks is a junior software developer at the Berkman Center. He is currently working on the project.


Dave Winer

Winer spent one year as a resident fellow at the Harvard Law School's Berkman Center for Internet & Society where he worked on using weblogs in education. While there, he launched the Harvard Weblogs community using UserLand software, and held the first BloggerCon conferences. Winer's fellowship ended in June 2004.


Tsui-fang Wu

Tsui-fang Wu is a research fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society and a senior Public Prosecutor of Taichung Branch, Taiwan High Prosecutors Office, Taiwan Ministry of Justice.