CopyrightX is a networked course that explores the current law of copyright; the impact of that law on art, entertainment, and industry; and the ongoing debates concerning how the law should be reformed. Through a combination of recorded lectures, assigned readings, weekly seminars, and live interactive webcasts, participants in the course examine and assess the ways in which the copyright system seeks to stimulate and regulate creative expression.
with Berkman Klein Affiliate Kendra Albert
with Berkman Klein Fellow Samer Hassan
In this free online course taught by Berkman Klein Center founder Charlie Nesson, you'll learn to deliberate emotionally charged issues with your peers online without fear or rancor, and experience a system by which a jury, or any community, can move from a place of deep division to agreement and action.
The Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University is excited to announce that it is one of nine winners of the “6th Digital Media and Learning (DML) Competition: Playlists for Learning,” and has received funding to develop four “Digital Citizenship” playlists: My Digital Self, College Career, Advocacy, and Authorship.
with John Palfrey, Yochai Benkler, Intisar Rabb, Zeynep Tufekci, Catherine Bracy, and Jonathan Zittrain
with Prof. Susan Crawford
This research briefing aims to translate findings from ongoing Berkman Klein Center privacy and cybersecurity research and activities into practical considerations and takeaways for key stakeholders and decision-makers.
This research briefing offers a snapshot of recent developments in the open data and privacy landscape, outlines an action map of various governance approaches to protecting privacy when releasing open data, and identifies key opportunities for decision-makers seeking to respond to challenges in this space.