Susan Crawford— In the United States, we cannot even imagine cheap, unlimited communications capacity in our homes. Because of decades of political maneuvering by the enormous private companies that sell internet access to American consumers, a lack of leadership at the federal level, and the invisibility of this entire policy
Zeynep Tufekci— Censorship during the internet era does not operate under the same logic it did during the heyday of print or even broadcast television. When Mubarak cut off internet and cell-phone communication in Egypt in January 2011, just as throngs packed Tahrir Square, his move backfired at all levels.
The Technology Liberation Front’s Adam Thierer reviewed Jonathan Zittrain’s The Future of the Internet–And How to Stop It. Finding the book interesting, he recommended–and later, implored–his readers to pick up a copy. Zittrain’s provocative ideas about “generative” and “sterile” appliances inspire Thierer’s extensive response and the comments that follow. “It’s
Daniel Solove, author of The Future of Reputation: Gossip, Rumor, and Privacy on the Internet, was recently interviewed by C-SPAN for their weekly series, “The Communicators.” C-SPAN has now made the entire interview available on YouTube. “The Communicators” is C-SPAN’s weekly series that examines the people and events currently shaping
In the wake of recent news stories about internet privacy and cyber-vigilantes, Daniel Solove, author of The Future of Reputation: Gossip, Rumor, and Privacy on the Internet, has continued to share his expertise in a variety of articles and forums. Here is a brief list of some sites where Solove
Daniel Solove, author of The Future of Reputation: Gossip, Rumor, and Privacy on the Internet, has earned a reputation for himself as an expert in the field. That’s why you can find Solove, quoted and reviewed, across the Internet. Here’s just a sample: Solove appeared on NPR’s Talk of the