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Carolyn Schmitt

Program Coordinator

Carolyn Schmitt is a Program Coordinator at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society.

Prior to joining Berkman Klein Carolyn worked at MIT, where she managed media relations and wrote about new research. She graduated with High Distinction from the University of Virginia in 2016 with a B.A. in Media Studies. At UVa, she was a member of Phi Beta Kappa and the Media Studies Distinguished Majors Program. She is interested in issues of context and privacy, particularly as they relate to emerging media forms.

Carolyn enjoys running by the Charles River, reading, and talking about all things UVa (with the exception of the 2018 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament).


Harvard Law Today

Algorithms and their unintended consequences for the poor

Algorithms may be intended to have a positive impact, but what happens when the opposite occurs?

Wednesday, Nov 7, 2018

Debating Ethics & Privacy

BKC shares insights on privacy with governments at the International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners

Friday, Oct 26, 2018
Harvard Law Today

‘Network Propaganda’ takes a closer look at media and American politics

"Professional mainstream media — both in its professional centrist model, and in its highly commercially successful right-wing model — is the scaffolding on which everything else…

Tuesday, Oct 23, 2018
Harvard Law Today

Evaluating the impact of artificial intelligence on human rights

Profiling six areas where current deployments of artificial intelligence are having an impact on human rights

Thursday, Sep 27, 2018
Harvard Law Today

The politics of Facebook and what to do about it

In this article, Carolyn Schmitt shares more on Berkman Klein Center Luncheon Series, Antisocial Media, led by Siva Vaidhyanathan.

Wednesday, Sep 19, 2018