Harvard Law School Berkman Center for Internet & Society The Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard Law School
Andrew Shapiro

Internet-related Articles:

"Casting a Broader Net: The Obligations of 'Digital Broadcasters' in a Changing Media Environment, in Digital Broadcasting and the Public Interest",
Washington, DC, Aspen Institute,1998

"aol.mergergame.com", The Nation, December 21, 1998

"The Disappearance of Cyberspace and the Rise of Code", September 1998

"Internet Treasure", Boston Review, Summer 1998 (response to Bob McChesney)

"New Voices in Cyberspace", The Nation, June 1998

"Drudge Match" Wired, April 1998

"Does Microsoft Play By the Rules?" The Web magazine, February 1998

"Hard Drive on Microsoft," The Nation, December 8, 1997

"The Danger of Private Cybercops," The New York Times, December 4, 1997

"Freedom From Choice," Wired, December 1997

"Memo to Chairman Bill," The Nation, November 10, 1997

"Letter from Aspen: Blocking Software Triggers a Rocky Mountain High," Wired, November 1997

"Speech on the Line," The Nation, July 21, 1997

"Privacy for Sale: Peddling Data on the Internet," The Nation, June 23, 1997

"Pushing Forward, Falling Back," Wired, June 1997

"America Offline," The Nation, February 24, 1997

"Channel TCP: Andrew L. Shapiro Explains Why He Doesn't Want His WebTV," Feed, December 12, 1996

"Keeping Online Speech Free: Street Corners In Cyberspace," The Nation, July 3, 1995

"Is the Net Democratic? -- Yes and No," World Media Forum

Other Articles:
"Should Buckley Be Overturned?" The American Prospect (March-April 1998)

"The Disenfranchised" The American Prospect (November-December 1997)

Salon, "State killing: America's newest spectator sport?" July 28, 1997