All related past events for OpenNet Initiative

Feb 8 2010 6:00pm to Feb 8 2010 6:00pm

When Countries Collide Online: Internet Spies, Cyberwar, and Government-sponsored Skullduggery

Cliff Stoll and Jonathan Zittrain

With the Internet woven into the fabric of all governmental activities, it's not surprising to find many international espionage agencies shadowing targets online and performing remote wiretapping. Occasionally, these break into the news, such as recent cases where the email overseas Chinese dissidents has been targeted by overseas operatives. How far have these activities gone? How far might they go? What are the legal implications of state sponsored network espionage?

Oct 17 2008 9:30am to Oct 17 2008 9:30am

Russia Online: the Russian-Language Blogosphere and Participatory Internet

An all-day conference in New York City made possible by the collaboration of the Harriman Institute and the School of Journalism at Columbia University, and the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University.

An all-day conference made possible by the collaboration of the Harriman Institute and the School of Journalism at Columbia University, and the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University.

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Jun 7 2005 12:30pm to Jun 7 2005 1:30pm

Berkman Klein Luncheon Series

Filtering

Richard Clayton

Berkman Luncheon Series: 6/7/05 - Richard Clayton on Filtering. Richard Clayton recently presented "Failures in a Hybrid Content Blocking System" at the PET2005 workshop in Croatia, and will speak to the Berkman community tomorrow about the technical challenges to accurate filtering.