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Stephen Schultze's Homepage

I'm Steve Schultze, Associate Director of the Center for Information Technology Policy at Princeton. You may be interested in my professional ties listed in my disclosure statement. I'm interested in how public policy changes in the context of the internet. I tend to focus on telecommunications and government transparency.


Publications

Feb 15, 2010

Next Generation Connectivity

A review of broadband Internet transitions and policy from around the world

The FCC announced that the Berkman Center would conduct an independent expert review of existing literature and studies about broadband deployment and usage throughout the world… More


News

Aug 20, 2009

PACER users, RECAP the law!

Last Friday our colleagues at the Center for Information Technology Policy (CITP) at Princeton launched a new project, RECAP ("turning PACER around"), with an assist from Berkman… More

Dec 16, 2008

Radio Berkman: A (Porn) Free Nationwide Internet?

This week on Radio Berkman, David Weinberger interviews Stephen Schultze on the FCC's (now postponed) vote on a plan for free nationwide wireless Internet... More


Events

Oct 14, 2008 @ 1:30 PM

Open Access to Government Documents

Berkman Fellow Stephen Schultze, in honor of Open Access Day

In the past twenty years, a remarkable number of government documents have been put online, yet some still remain behind a paywall. This talk argued that there is an alternative… More

Apr 18, 2007 @ 1:45 AM

"So Many DJ" / "MyLegalVisualMemory"

MIT Comparative Media Studies Student Steve Schultz and ISP Fellow Julia Sonnevend

Steve Schultz discussed his paper "So Many DJs: Creative Flourishing on the Fringes of Networked Media" and Julia Sonnevend presented "MyLegalVisualMemory. The Visual Memory of… More

Feb 6, 2007 @ 12:30 PM

From Participatory Culture to Participatory Democracy

Steve Schultze, MIT Comparative Media Studies Department

Steve Schultze discussed the convergence of pop culture and politics. More