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Berkman Center for Internet & Society
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Jonathan Zittrain on Reconciling a Global Internet and Local Law

Location matters. Energy, sustainable agriculture, biodiversity, natural hazards, traffic and transportation, crime and political instability, water quality and availability, climate change, migration and urbanization –- all key issues of the 21st century –- have a location component.

Jonathan Zittrain -- co-founder and director of the Berkman Center for Internet & Society -- examines how a global internet circumvents, clashes with, and otherwise interacts with local policy frameworks in this talk delivered at the 2013 Conference of the Center for Geographic Analysis at Harvard University.

Produced

1 May 2013

Last updated

January 31, 2015