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Juan Ortiz Freuler is an Affiliate at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society, and a Policy Fellow at the Web Foundation where he works close to Sir Tim Berners-Lee on the social impacts of the web.

He was previously a Google Policy Fellow and has worked with several NGOs in Mexico and Argentina on the intersection between rights and ICTs.

At Berkman he is following the debates on net neutrality and the re-decentralization of the web. He is also researching how algorithms can be made accountable to the people they affect and how to ensure this is assessed based on a locally constructed conception of justice.


Chatham House

Is the Web Neutral?

Three Views on the Structure of the Internet

Does the web produce particular outcomes because of how it is built, or does it merely reflect society?

Monday, Oct 29, 2018


Oct 12, 2018 @ 9:00 AM

Special Event: Big Data, Meager Returns?

A collaborative workshop on Fairness, Sustainability and Data for the Global South

A workshop on automation's promise and challenge for a different future, and the better governance models needed to include the understanding of data as a public asset. More