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Government access to encrypted data is best conceptualized as a "wicked problem": one where the goals are unclear, the information is incomplete, and the solutions are always…
The shift away from social exchange and toward markets, and what this means for the sharing economy
On the importance of thinking about both the human rights implications and the ethics of AI.
Authoritarian States and Digital Surveillance
On the state of information controls in Azerbaijan
Journalists have a new task at hand: to report on what information tech companies collect and to surface the extent to which public institutions use personal data
Foreign meddling is to our politics what a fever is to tuberculosis: a mere symptom of a deeper problem.
India is attempting to create a complex new framework for data protection that will require firms to physically host user data, but they might be moving too fast.
To really prioritize user privacy would also mean to compromise an underlying business model that has been very successful
Cynthia Rudin shares her 10 minute presentation, “Please Stop Doing Explainable ML.”
A Work in Progress
A theoretical model of platform moderation, and how sites like Twitter and Facebook should think about when and why to suppress certain objectionable content
Yochai Benkler at the Cato Institute in Washington, DC.
Our Cyberlaw Clinic has urged the Ninth Circuit court not to touch a lower court decision ending a corporate landlord's lawsuit accusing Airbnb of helping tenants break building…
Berkman Klein Center software engineer Andromeda Yelton shares a new tool ("extremely in alpha") that uses machine learning to power experimental, exploratory interfaces to the…
Profiling six areas where current deployments of artificial intelligence are having an impact on human rights
In this story featuring conversation with Senior Researcher David O'Brien, Ellen Tannam writes, "The Berkman Klein Center has been at the heart of the cyberspace conversation…
A discussion on how to think about technology, politics, and media in the post-truth moment
A service providing off-grid communications services to everyday people received the grand prize at the Wireless Innovation for a Networked Society (WINS) Challenge from Mozilla…
In this article, "storyteller and technologist Latoya Peterson explores why all journalists need to be proficient in the technology and how it is developed."
Dwutygodnik.com interviewed Sarah Newman, a Creative Researcher at metaLAB at Harvard, and a Fellow at the Berkman Klein Center, about her project “The Future of Secrets,” an…
In this announcement, Singapore Management University announces the Centre for AI and Data Governance.
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