Internet and Society: Technologies and Politics of Control - Spring 2014
This course examines current legal, political, social, and
technical struggles for control of the global Internet and the content
and relationships it conveys. The course focuses on the interaction of
new technologies and services with emerging models of production,
innovation, communication, learning, and civic engagement—looking at
both the US and international contexts.
Prerequisites: willingness to experiment with new technologies and to participate in class discussions, whether virtually or in
person. No legal background required. (4 credits)
Spring term 2014 (23879)
Andrew Sellars, JD, Staff Attorney, Digital Media Law Project and Corydon B. Dunham
First Amendment Fellow, Berkman Center for Internet & Society,
Tuesdays beginning Jan. 28, 5:30-7:30 pm.
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