Dust off your British spelling guides. As part of the Berkman Center’s ongoing tenth anniversary celebration, Berkman@10 (conference and gala next week!), we’re retrieving some multimedia classics from our past.
This week, for the last in our series, we're linking to our colleagues and collaborators over at the Oxford Internet Institute (OII) -- in the spirit of the (re)convergence of our far-flung network at the Berkman@10 events next week.
The ONI's ambitious, worldwide research succeeds in good measure because of its collaborative, four-institution team. Or, as Principal Investigator Jonathan Zittrain explains at the beginning of last May's conference: "Good morning; my name is Jonathan Zittrain, and, on behalf of the Oxford Internet Institute, and our good colleagues at the University of Toronto Citizen Lab, the Harvard University Berkman Center for Internet & Society, and the University of Cambridge Advanced Network Research Unit at the Cambridge Security Programme, we welcome you to the predicate of this sentence."
ONI will soon begin rolling out its new, greatly expanded (and highly anticipated) global data on Internet filtering. In the meantime, we invite you to jog your memory with the ONI 2007 Year in Review and enjoy this week's main multimedia classic: As a finale to last year's conference in Oxford, three of the ONI principal investigators joined three other distinguished speakers in a debate at the Oxford Union...