List of User Profiles

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This is a list of user profiles on this wiki. If we wish, you may use a pseudonym. If you are using a pseudonym, contact us off-list so that we know who you are.

This page differs from the User List page in that this page contains only active profiles of individuals who wish to contribute to this wiki. Please add yourself by clicking on the appropriate edit button next to the letter range that corresponds to your user name.



Asellars (Andy Sellars)

I'm a staff attorney at the Citizen Media Law Project and the Dunham First Amendment Fellow at the Berkman Center. My areas of interest include online free expression, intellectual property, media law, and cybercrime.

David (David O'Brien)

I'm a project manager and researcher at the Berkman Center, and I'm also an attorney by way of background. I'm probably one of a few generalists at the Center. I contribute to a number of projects on law and policy that span intellectual property, privacy, interoperability, and cybersecurity.


Jeff Hermes

I'm the director of the Citizen Media Law Project at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society. Before joining the Berkman Center, I practiced law in a law firm setting for about fourteen years, where I represented a wide range of journalists and print, broadcast and Internet publishers. At the Citizen Media Law Project, we work to ensure that citizens and independent journalists have access to the same legal information and guidance that institutional publishers have traditionally enjoyed.


Ryanb (Ryan Budish)

I'm the director of Herdict, a crowdsourced for platform for identifying Internet censorship, and a fellow at the Berkman Center. I am a lawyer, and my areas of interest include Internet freedom, online privacy, and the role of Internet in fostering political engagement. My full bio is available on the Berkman site.