Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society

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Short name Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society
Name Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University
Description The Berkman Klein Center's mission is to explore and understand cyberspace; to study its development, dynamics, norms, and standards; and to assess the need or lack thereof for laws and sanctions.

We are a research center, premised on the observation that what we seek to learn is not already recorded. Our method is to build out into cyberspace, record data as we go, self-study, and share. Our mode is entrepreneurial nonprofit.

University Harvard University
Country United States
Type of organization Participating center
Contact e-mail address(es) cyber@law.harvard.edu
Contact form https://cyber.law.harvard.edu/about/contact
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Topics of interest Cloud computing, Cryptography, Cybersecurity, Digital divide, Digital identity, E-commerce, E-democracy, Fundamental rights, Freedom of expression, Freedom of information, Copyright, Internet Governance, Network neutrality, Open content, Open access, Open data, Public domain, Open Government, Privacy, Social media
Disciplines involved Engineering, Information science, Journalism, Law, Political science, Sociology, Software development
Official website https://cyber.law.harvard.edu/
Twitter handle @berkmancenter
Google Plus account
Projects Blogging common, Broadband, Chilling effects, Circumvention, Cloud computing, Cooperation, Copyright for librarians, Copyrightx, Cyberlaw clinic, Cybersecurity, Cybersecurity wiki, Ddos research project, Digital problem-solving initiative, e-publishing models, Ethics and Governance of Artificial Intelligence, Global access in action, Global network initiative, h2o, Harvard open access project, Harmful Speech, Herdict, Impact of the Internet on Russian politics, media, and society, Input to ICANN accountability and transparency review project, Internet law program, Internet Governance, Internet monitor, Internet robustness, Interoperability, Jamaica project, Law lab, Lumen, Media cloud, Metalab (at) Harvard, Mindsport research network, Network of interdisciplinary Internet & Society research centers, Opennet initiative, Privacy tools for sharing research data, Student privacy initiative, Projectvrm, Publius project, Rethink music, Viral peace, Youth & Media & Digitally Connected

This is an automatically generated list of the members of Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society having a profile on the NoC wiki:

 First nameFamily nameRoleTopic interest
Alba HancockAlbaHancockProgram Coordinator
Alicia Solow-NiedermanAliciaSolow-Niederman
Amar AsharAmarAsharManager of Strategic InitiativesBig Data
Citizen Journalism
E-Government
Entrepreneurship
Freedom of Expression
Media Literacy
Gender Issues
Open access
Public Sector Information
Social Movements
Amy ZhangAmyZhangProject CoordinatorPrivacy
Internet Governance
Cybersecurity
Ana EnriquezAnaEnriquezFellow (2013-2015), CopyrightX Head Teaching Fellow (2013-2015)Copyright
Andrew LowenthalAndrewLowenthal
Gretchen WeberGretchenWeber
Josephine WolffJosephineWolffCybersecurity
Mayo Fuster MorellMayoFuster Morell
Nathaniel LevyNathanielLevy
Rebecca TabaskyRebeccaTabasky
Rob FarisRobFaris
Ryan BudishRyanBudishSenior ResearcherData Protection
Freedom of Expression
Internet Governance
Internet of Things
Privacy
Sarah GennerSarahGennerAffiliate ResearcherMedia Literacy
Media Psychology
Privacy
Internet of Things
Social Media
Big Data
Internet Governance
Ethics
Urs GasserUrsGasserExecutive DirectorCyberlaw
Innovation
Policy
Information Law
Interoperability
Cloud Computing
Cybersecurity
Privacy
Internet Governance

List of Educational Resources of Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society

This is an automatically generated list of the education resources of Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society indexed on the NoC wiki:

 Topic interest
Children’s rights and digital technologies: Introduction to the discourse and some meta-observations.
CopyrightXCopyright
Creative Industries
Digital Economy
Digital Rights Management
E-commerce
E-democracy
File Sharing
Free Software
Freedom of Expression
Freedom of Information
Information Law
Innovation
Intellectual Property
Intermediary Liability
Internet Censorship
Media Literacy
Media Regulation
Open Science
Open Collaboration
Open Content
Open Data
Public Domain
Digital Literacy Resource PlatformCopyright
Privacy
Social Media
Information quality and safety
Digital literacy resource platform
Hammering Square Pegs into Round Holes
New Publications Examine Harmful Speech Online
Open Data Privacy Playbook
Organization & Structure of Open Source Software Development Initiatives
Political Discourse on Iranian Twitter During the 2016 Parliamentary Elections
Privacy and Student Data
The Transparency Reporting Toolkit: Guide & Template
Translating Research for Action: Ideas and Examples for Informing Digital Policy
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ClassificationHarvard University + and Participating center +
Contact formhttps://cyber.law.harvard.edu/about/contact +
CountryUnited States +
DescriptionThe Berkman Klein Center's mission is to e
The Berkman Klein Center's mission is to explore and understand cyberspace; to study its development, dynamics, norms, and standards; and to assess the need or lack thereof for laws and sanctions. We are a research center, premised on the observation that what we seek to learn is not already recorded. Our method is to build out into cyberspace, record data as we go, self-study, and share. Our mode is entrepreneurial nonprofit.
re. Our mode is entrepreneurial nonprofit. +
DisciplineEngineering +, Information science +, Law +, Political science +, Software development +, Journalism + and Sociology +
Full nameBerkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University +
Homepagehttps://cyber.law.harvard.edu/ +
ProjectBlogging common +, Broadband +, Chilling effects +, Circumvention +, Cloud Computing +, Cooperation +, Copyright for librarians +, Copyrightx +, Cyberlaw clinic +, Cybersecurity +, Cybersecurity wiki +, Ddos research project +, Digital problem-solving initiative +, E-publishing models +, Global access in action +, Global network initiative +, Harvard open access project +, Herdict +, Internet law program +, Internet monitor +, Internet robustness +, Interoperability +, Jamaica project +, Law lab +, Media cloud +, Mindsport research network +, Opennet initiative +, Projectvrm +, Publius project +, Rethink music +, Viral peace +, H2o +, Impact of the Internet on Russian politics, media, and society +, Input to ICANN accountability and transparency review project +, Metalab (at) Harvard +, Network of interdisciplinary Internet & Society research centers +, Privacy tools for sharing research data +, Student privacy initiative +, Ethics and Governance of Artificial Intelligence +, Harmful Speech +, Internet Governance +, Lumen + and Youth & Media & Digitally Connected +
Short nameBerkman Klein Center for Internet & Society +
Topic interestPrivacy +, E-commerce +, E-democracy +, Freedom of Expression +, Cloud Computing +, Copyright +, Internet Governance +, Network Neutrality +, Public Domain +, Open Government +, Open access +, Open Content +, Fundamental Rights +, Freedom of Information +, Cryptography +, Cybersecurity +, Digital Divide +, Digital Identity +, Open Data + and Social Media +
Twitter@berkmancenter +
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cyber@law.harvard.edu +