Debrief: Social Software and Web 2.0 seminar

I presented at the Social Software and Web 2.0: Critical Perspectives and Challenges for Research and Business seminar and workshop a few days ago at Aalborg University in Denmark. My talk, "The Panoptic Gaze of Web 2.0: How Web 2.0…

Critical Perspectives on Social Software and Web 2.0

Anders Albrechtslund has organized an amazing Social Software and Web 2.0: Critical Perspectives and Challenges for Research and Business seminar and workshop hosted by Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark on October 6, 2006: Social software and Web 2.0 are concepts (or…

Registration Open: Identity and Identification in a Networked World

Registration is now open for the "Identity and Identification in a Networked World" multidisciplinary graduate student symposium, September 29-30, 2006 at the NYU School of Law. Twenty graduate students from across North America and Europe will share their exciting research…

Anonymity in Cyberspace: Finding the Balance

Earlier this year, the International Association of IT Lawyers (IAITL) organized the First International Conference on Legal, Privacy and Security Issues in Information Technology in Hamburg, Germany. The conference covered a broad range of topics, such as electronic signatures, e-commerce,…

Data Surveillance and Privacy Protection Workshop

On June 3, I will be attending this workshop on Data Surveillance and Privacy Protection hosted by Harvard University's Center for Research on Computation and Society: Although there has been significant public attention to the civil liberties issues of data…

CFP: Identity and Identification in a Networked World Graduate Student Symposium

[I am one of the organizers the following graduate student symposium to be held this fall at NYU] CALL FOR PAPERS Identity and Identification in a Networked World: A Multidisciplinary Graduate Student Symposium When: September 29-30, 2006 Where: New York…

Jack Balkin: What is Access to Knowledge?

Jack Balkin has posted his opening remarks at the Access to Knowledge conference at Yale Law School. In them, he makes three points about the theory of access to knowledge: First, Access to Knowledge is a demand of justice. Second,…