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David Abrams's Homepage

David is a fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard working on Chilling Effects. In addition, he is the Program Director for the new first-year Problems and Theories course to be taught in January. He received degrees in electrical engineering from M.I.T. a while ago and spent twenty-five years designing hardware and software before going to law school. He is interested in the relationship between law and technology, particularly how to apply both effectively to reduce undesirable behavior while not destroying the openness that has been the hallmark of the Internet since its inception.


Projects & Tools

Cybersecurity Wiki

During 2010-2012, under the guidance of Professor Jack Goldsmith, the Berkman Klein Center team created a cybersecurity wiki, which houses an evolving set of more than 350… More


Events

May 5, 2010 @ 6:00 PM

Harvard-MIT-Yale Cyberscholar Working Group

At this installment of cyberscholars, Jeffrey Warren will talk about "Grassroots Mapping Projects"; Nicholas Bramble will discuss "A Diverse and Antagonistic Information Age?";… More