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Follow the Library 2.0 Symposium at Yale Law School

I’m attending the Library 2.0 Symposium organized by the Information Society Project at Yale Law School. We’re only an hour into the agenda, and it has already been an incredibly provocative and enlightening event. You can follow the Twitter stream at #Lib20, and the ISP is liveblogging here. The remarks I gave on the Ethics […]

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Library 2.0 Symposium at Yale Law School (April 4)

I’m pleased to announce my involvement in the “Library 2.0 Symposium”, hosted by the Yale Information Society Project, to be held on April 4, 2009 at Yale Law School. From the press release: Library 2.0 Symposium to Explore the Future of Digital Collections The Yale Information Society Project will host the Library 2.0 Symposium on […]

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Position Announcement: Yale Information Society Project Fellowships

The Information Society Project (ISP) at Yale Law School is seeking applicants for 2009-2010 postdoctoral fellowships.  The ISP resident fellowships are designed for recent graduates of law or Ph.D. programs who are interested in careers in teaching and public service in any of the following areas:  law and innovation; Internet and telecommunications law and policy; […]

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Yale ISP Reading Group: Technology, Law, Society, Values and Design

This spring I am running a reading group at the Yale Information Society Project (but open to all) titled “Technology, Law, Society, Values and Design.” The description and draft syllabus are below — comments and suggestions are welcome! Technology, Law, Society, Values and Design The starting point of this reading group is the position that […]

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Yale Information Society Project Resident Fellowships for 2008-2009

Reminder: The deadline for applications to be a fellow at the Yale Information Society Project for 2008-2009 academic year is February 1. Scholars outside of law are welcome (this year, the number of communication and STS PhDs heavily outnumber the JDs). Details below: Information Society Project Resident Fellowships for 2008-2009 The ISP resident fellowship is […]

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Debrief: Reputation Economies in Cyberspace

The Yale Information Society Project held the Reputation Economies in Cyberspace symposium this weekend at Yale Law School. The speakers’ position papers are available here, and various participants’ notes have been posted on the conference wiki. The conference has also been blogged by Rebecca Tushnet (1, 2, 3, 4), Eric Goldman, Urs Gasser, Frank Pasquale […]

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Reminder: Reputation Economies in Cyberspace

Just a friendly reminder that the Reputation Economies in Cyberspace symposium hosted by the Yale Information Society Project is coming up (my original post on the symposium is here). It is being held on December 8, 2007 at Yale Law School in New Haven , CT. Spots are still available, but filling up quickly. You […]

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Yale ISP: Symposium on Reputation Economies in Cyberspace

The Information Society Project at Yale Law School is proud to present Reputation Economies in Cyberspace. The symposium will be held on December 8, 2007 at Yale Law School in New Haven , CT. This event will bring together representatives from industry, government, and academia to explore themes in online reputation, community-mediated information production, and […]

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ISP Lunch Speaker Series

One of my duties at the Information Society Project at Yale Law School has been to organize our weekly lunch speaker series. Last week we welcomed Samir Chopra, a philosopher who is an Associate Professor in the Department of Computer and Information Science at Brooklyn College. Prof. Chopra provided a stimulating presentation of his latest […]

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Career Announcements

Motivated by recent events, I’m pleased to announce that I have completed and filed my dissertation, “The Quest for the Perfect Search Engine: Values, Technical Design, and the Flow of Personal Information in Spheres of Mobility.” All that awaits is the oral defense (please be kind, Siva). Assuming the defense goes well (/knocking on wood), […]

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