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Cyberscholar Working Group

The Cyberscholar Working Group is a forum for fellows and affiliates of MIT, Yale Law School Information Society Project, Columbia University, NYU and the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University to discuss their ongoing research and brainstorm around current topics related to the Information Society. We will be meeting alternatively at Harvard, MIT, Yale, Columbia and NYU. These meetings will take place once a month throughout the academic year, normally on Friday evenings. The working group aims to expand the shared knowledge of young scholars by bringing together these preeminent centers of thought on issues confronting the information age. Discussion sessions are designed to facilitate advancements in the individual research of presenters and in turn encourage exposure among the participants to the multi-disciplinary features of the issues addressed by their own work.

The Group was initiated by Berkman Fellow Urs Gasser and ISP Fellows Eddan Katz and Nimrod Kozlovski.


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Mar 9, 2006 @ 6:00 PM

"The Future of Music & Film Piracy In China" / "Tax and Reward"

Berkman Fellow Eric Priest and Yale ISP Fellow Katherine L. McDaniel

Berkman Fellow Eric Priest on “The Future of Music and Film Piracy In China.” ISP Fellow Katherine L. McDaniel on “Accounting for Taste: An Analysis of Tax and Reward Alternative…

Feb 2, 2006 @ 6:00 PM

Cyberscholar Working Group: Mary Rundle, "Beyond Internet Governance", Shyamkrishna Balganesh, "Common Law Property Metaphors...

Harvard-Yale Cyberscholar Working Group: February 2, 2006. Berkman Fellow Mary Rundle, "Beyond Internet Governance: The Emerging International Framework for Governing the…

Apr 6, 2005 @ 6:00 PM

"The Origins & Meaning of the Intellectual Property Clause"

Dotan Oliar, Berkman Fellow

Dotan Oliar, Berkman Fellow, The Origins and Meaning of the Intellectual Property Clause