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In this announcement, Singapore Management University announces the Centre for AI and Data Governance.
The Markup, a nonprofit journalism outlet for providing independent analysis of how technology is changing the news ecosystem, officially launched last week.
Freedom of Speech in Europe and the U.S.
"The First Amendment is rather unique. Free speech is widely protected with very few exceptions."
Nani Jansen Reventlow
Berkman Klein Executive Director Urs Gasser, spoke about the legal and ethical risks and implications of using big data for health at the book launch for Big Data, Health Law, and…
New policies aim to protect the privacy and security of personal data. How can trust be strengthened in the digital economy?
In this article, Carolyn Schmitt shares more on Berkman Klein Center Luncheon Series, Antisocial Media, led by Siva Vaidhyanathan.
Internet companies need "information fiduciaries" to ensure that the consumer's best interest is kept at heart.
Berkman Klein Affiliate Mariel García-Montes publishes main findings and takeaways from her graduate thesis on approaches to youth privacy online in this Medium post.
Mariel Garcia Montes
Jessica Fjeld, assistant director of the Cyberlaw Clinic at Harvard Law School, lends insight into the discussion of AI-created art.
In this article by Sarah Blaskey centered around litigation in the blogosphere, Kendra Albert provides context on the larger legal landscape.
In this post, David Weinberger explores artificial intelligence and the concept of fairness.
"We're all so aware of AI's tremendous power as a tool for manipulating customers and citizens that there are official calls to make AI dumber"
Productivity Monitoring Platforms and Wearable Technology as the New Data-Centric Research Agenda for Employment and Labor Law
In Algorithms at Work: Productivity Monitoring Platforms and Wearable Technology as the New Data…
In this piece for The Atlantic, Natalie Gyenes and An Xiao Mina write, "Researchers are finding more and more that online misinformation fuels the spread of diseases such as tooth…
An Xiao Mina
Considerations of ethics, social responsibility, and long-term impacts of software industry products
Zuckerberg needs to step back for his company to succeed
"Facebook’s responsibilities go beyond those of any other digital platform, and yet people seem to believe it fails to cope with these responsibilities"
Juan Ortiz Freuler
In this piece, The Cyberlaw Clinic outlines action on a recent amicus brief.
Sandra Cortesi, director of the Youth and Media project and fellow at BKC, is quoted in this Consumer Reports article on tips for talking to children about digital privacy.
Harvard authors connect American politics, media, and technology in "a provocative new book"
Remembering and Forgetting in the Digital Age "examines the fundamental question of how legislators and other rule-makers should handle remembering and forgetting information …
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