Berkman
 Center for Internet and Society
The Debate Over Internet Governance:
A Snapshot in the Year 2000
 

 

Introduction


Interviews

    Karl Auerbach
    Fred Baker

    John Perry Barlow
    Dave Crocker
    Jay Fenello
    Carl Kaplan
 
    Michael Krieger
    Jamie Love
    Eric Menge
    Charles Nesson

    Mike Roberts
    Joe Sims

    

Topics
  Consensus
   The Future
   Governance
   ICANN
   The Internet
   Participants' Internet
      Background
   Participants' Biographies


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  CARL KAPLAN

Carl S. Kaplan is a New York-based lawyer and journalist. His news background includes stints at The Nation as an editorial intern, The New Leader as associate editor, CES Publishing as editor and writer, and New York Newsday as a business reporter. His freelance articles have appeared in many publications. In 1991 he was awarded The New York Times Fellowship in Law at Columbia University School of Law. At Columbia he was a Harlan Fiske Stone scholar, a Human Rights Fellow at Article 19, the anti-censorship organization based in London, and staff editor of a law journal devoted to the arts. After passing the bar, he worked as a litigation associate at Patterson, Belknap, Webb & Tyler LLP in New York City, specializing in commercial litigation and media law. Among other things, he contributed to the Libel Defense Resource Center's annual survey of media torts, helped a group of Pakistani cab drivers form a tax exempt foundation, and with a colleague succeeded in reversing a conviction in a criminal matter. In 1997, he left Patterson & Belknap to pursue public interest law and cyber-journalism. He lives on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, with his wife, who is a writer, two children and an insane Irish terrier.


 


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