May 2 2017 12:00pm to May 2 2017 12:00pm

Berkman Klein Luncheon Series

The Quantified Worker

with Berkman Klein Fellow, Ifeoma Ajunwa

To apply to Futurecorp, please submit your resume, list of references, and a genetic profile. Once hired, we'll make an appointment for you to receive a sub-dermal tracking microchip.

Apr 27 2017 12:00pm to Apr 27 2017 12:00pm

Digital Health @ Harvard | Brown Bag Lunch Series

Digital Health @ Harvard, April 2017 – Holding Hospitals Hostage: From HIPAA to Ransomware

featuring Dr. Josephine Wolff

For hospitals and healthcare providers, data protection efforts have long been driven by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act. This talk will look at recent trends in the online threats facing hospitals and consider how effective HIPAA is at addressing these threats, and how it has shaped the state of healthcare data security--for better and for worse.

Apr 25 2017 12:00pm to Apr 25 2017 12:00pm

Berkman Klein Luncheon Series

Digital Expungement: Rehabilitation in the Digital Age

with Berkman Klein Faculty Associate, Eldar Haber

Can digital technology lead to the extinction of criminal rehabilitation? How should policymakers strike a balance between protecting civil rights and public safety while ensuring the reintegration into society of individuals with expunged criminal history?

Apr 18 2017 12:00pm to Apr 18 2017 12:00pm

Berkman Klein Luncheon Series

Internet Access as a Basic Service: Inspiration from our Canadian Neighbors

featuring Mr. Jean-Pierre Blais, Chairman of the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission

Join the Berkman Klein Center and the HLS Canadian Law Student Association as Mr. Blais speaks about broadband, internet, and the future of connectivity in Canada and around the world

Analyzing Accessibility of Wikipedia Projects Around the World

This study, conducted by the Internet Monitor project, analyzes the scope of government-sponsored censorship of Wikimedia sites around the world. The study finds that, as of June 2016, China was likely censoring the Chinese language Wikipedia project, and Thailand and Uzbekistan were likely interfering intermittently with specific language projects of Wikipedia as well. The report features insights into the state of access to Wikipedia content in 15 select countries.

Authored by
  • Justin Clark
  • Rob Faris
  • Rebekah Heacock Jones

1 May 2017

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