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Publications

Several of the main areas of research and scholarship at the Berkman Center are listed below. Scroll down for the Series Archives.

Archives

2006

"FastMP3Search Plugin," StopBadware.org, 2006.

"Best Practice Guide: Implementing the EU Copyright Directive in the Digital Age," Urs Gasser and Silke Ernst, December 2006.

"Fake-Mailer," StopBadware.org, 2006.

"Popcorn.net," StopBadware.org, 2006.

"WinAntiVirus 2006," StopBadware.org, 2006.

"WinAntiSpyware 2006," StopBadware.org, 2006.

"The Future of Music and Film Piracy in China," Eric Priest.  Published in the Berkeley Technology Law Journal.  

"Spam Works: Evidence from Stock Touts and Corresponding Market Activity," Laura Frieder of Purdue University - Krannert School of Management and Jonathan Zittrain of Oxford Internet Institute; Harvard Law School; University of Oxford Faculty of Law

"Internet Filtering in Vietnam: 2005-2006," OpenNet Initiative.

"The Digital Learning Challenge: Obstacles to Educational Uses of Copyrighted Material in the Digital Age," William W. Fisher and William McGeveran, August 2006.

"The Move to the Middle: The Enduring Threat of “Harmful” Speech to Network Neutrality," John G. Palfrey, Jr. and Robert Rogoyski. Also published in the Washington University Journal of Law and Policy. June 14, 2006 OpenNet Initiative

"China Internet Bulletin." July 2006.

"International Personal Data Protection and Digital Identity Management Tools," Mary Rundle.

"Digital Rights Management and the Process of Fair Use," Timothy Armstrong. (forthcoming, Harv. J.L. & Tech., vol. 20, no. 1, fall 2006). 

Local Nets: Filtering and the Internet Governance Problem, John G. Palfrey, Jr. and Jack Balkin, eds. Book chapter in THE GLOBAL FLOW OF INFORMATION, Jack Balkin et al., eds. (forthcoming, 2006).

"Global Innovation and Licensing Opportunities on the Internet," John G. Palfrey, Jr.. Book chapter in

LICENSING BEST PRACTICES, (New York: John Wiley & Sons, 2006). "

From Shakespeare to DJ Danger Mouse: A Quick Look at Copyright and User Creativity in the Digital Age," Urs Gasser and Silke Ernst.

"Legal Frameworks and Technological Protection of Digital Content: Moving Forward Toward a Best Practice Model," Urs Gasser.

"Regulating Search Engines: Taking Stock and Looking Ahead," Urs Gasser. Published in Yale's Journal of Law and Technology, 2006.

"The Generative Internet," Jonathan Zittrain. Published in the Harvard Law Review, 2006. 

"A History of Online Gatekeeping," Jonathan Zittrain. Also published in Harvard Journal of Law and Technology, Vol. 19, No. 2, p. 253, 2006 and Oxford Legal Studies Research Paper No. 29/2006.

"Badware Watch List," StopBadware.org, 2006.

"Winfixer," Stopbadware.org, 2006.

"Funcade," Stopbadware.org, 2006.

"UnSpyPC," Stopbadware.org, 2006.

"Jessica Simpson Screensaver," Stopbadware.org, 2006.

"Kazaa," Stopbadware.org, 2006.

"Mediapipe," Stopbadware.org, 2006.

"SpyAxe," Stopbadware.org, 2006.

"Waterfalls 3," Stopbadware.org, 2006.

"Internet Watch Report: The 2006 Presidential Election in Belarus," OpenNet Initiative. 


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2005

"Net Dialogue Perspectives on International Net Governance," Lawrence Lessig, John G. Palfrey, Jr., Mary Rundle. Published in Digital Reach, official publication of WSIS. 2005.

Trusting the Net: Peer Production of Internet Governance,  Vol. 1, 3-4 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES AND INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT 73 - 76 (Cambridge: MIT Press, 2004). John G. Palfrey, Jr., David R. Johnson & Susan P. Crawford.

"Holding Out for an Interoperable DRM Standard," John G. Palfrey, Jr.. Book chapter in DIGITAL RIGHTS MANAGEMENT: THE END OF COLLECTING SOCIETIES?, (Berne: Staempfli, 2005).

Consumer Taste Sharing Is Driving the Online Music Business and Democratizing Culture, Derel Slater, 2005.

Catch-As-Catch-Can: A Case Note On Grokster, John G. Palfrey, Jr. and Urs Gasser, 2005.

Amicus Brief, Supreme Court Grokster Case, 2005.

Copyright and Digital Media in a Post-Napster World: 2005 Update, 2005.

How America's Revolutionaries Imagined Intellectual Property: Frames from the Framers, Lewis Hyde, 2005.

Content and Control: Assessing Impact of Policy Choices in Potential Online Business Models in Music & Film Industries, 2005.

Internet Filtering in Yemen in 2004-2005, OpenNet Initiative.

Internet Filtering in Tunisia in 2005, OpenNet Initiative.

Internet Filtering in Burma in 2005, OpenNet Initiative.

Roadmap for Open ICT Ecosystems, 2005.

Internet Filtering in Singapore in 2004-2005, OpenNet Initiative.

Internet Filtering in Iran in 2004-2005, OpenNet Initiative.

Internet Filtering in China: 2004-2005, OpenNet Initiative.

Internet Filtering in Bahrain: 2004-2005, OpenNet Initiative.

Identity Management as a Cybersecurity Case Study, Mary Rundle and Ben Laurie, 2005.

Beyond Internet Governance: The Emerging International Framework for Governing the Networked World, Mary C. Rundle, 2005.

The Internet and Democracy: Global Catalyst or Democratic Dud?, Michael L. Best and Keegan W. Wade, 2005. 

NetDialogue: A Mechanism to Promote Transparency and Public Dialogue in International Net Governance, Mary Rundle, 2005.

The Role of All Actors in Internet Governance, Mary Rundle, 2005.

Blogging, Journalism, and Credibility, Rebecca MacKinnon, 2005.

Tagging and Why It Matters, David Weinberger, 2005

Global Networked Readiness for Education, Colin Maclay and Geoffrey Kirkman, 2005.

Rapid ICT Change and Workplace Knowledge Obsolescence, Henrik Schneider, 2005.

Stemming the International Tide of Spam: A Draft Model Law, Derek Bambauer, John G. Palfrey, Jr, and David E. Abrams, 2005.

The Broadcast Flag: It's not just TV, Wendy Seltzer, 2005.

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2004

 
 
 
 
Information Cannot Be Owned, Jean Nicolas Druey, 2004.
 
The Accountable Net: Peer Production of Internet Governance, David Johnson, Susan Crawford, and John Palfrey, 2004.
 
 
 

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1998

What Things Regulate Speech: CDA 2.0 v. Filtering, Lawrence Lessig, May 1998.

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1997

The Rise and Fall of Sysopdom Jonathan Zittrain, 1997.

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