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Normative Principles for Evaluating Free and Proprietary Software
(University of Chicago Press, 2004)
The production of most mass-market software can be grouped roughly according to free and proprietary development models. These models differ greatly from one another, and their associated licenses tend to insist that new ...
The Rise and Fall of Sysopdom
(Harvard Law School, 1997)
"Sysop" has gone from a term of art known only to the bleeding-edge few to a dusty anachronism known only to the bleeding-gums few, without the usual years-long general linguistic acceptance and respect in between. In case ...
From Sony to SOPA: The Technology-Content Divide
(Harvard Law School, 2013)
Copyright law, which is intended to provide creative rights and financial protection to content creators, has been challenged by technology innovators whose products have the potential to promote free speech, but could ...
Lost in a Cyber Campus
(World Economic Forum, 2000)
Net Neutrality as Diplomacy
(Yale Law School, 2010)
Popular imagination holds that the turf of a state’s foreign embassy is a little patch of its homeland. Enter the American Embassy in Beijing and you are in the United States. Indeed, in many contexts—such as resistance ...
Will the U.S. get an Internet "kill switch"?
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2011)
How to End the Copyright Wars
(Nature Publishing Group, 2009)
(Writers & Scholars International, 2009)
Robert Faris and Jonathan Zittrain chart the highs and lows for free expression online in 2009: from the triumph over Green Dam to cyber attacks.
Internet Monitor 2014: Reflections on the Digital World: Platforms, Policy, Privacy, and Public Discourse
(Berkman Center for Internet & Society, 2014)
This publication is the second annual report of the Internet Monitor project at the Berkman Centerfor Internet & Society at Harvard University. As with the inaugural report, this year’s edition is a collaborative effort ...