Berkman Center for Internet & Society

Berkman Center for Internet & Society
A research center exploring cyberlaws and e-politics

As a non-profit organization based at the Harvard Law School, the Berkman Center for Internet & Society’s mission is to explore and understand cyberspace with special regard for its norms, standards, and for the need or lack for laws and sanctions. As the main outlet for a top academic think tank launched in 1996, this site produces a vast and comprehensive coverage of internet law, politics and developments, with an interdisciplinary approach and contributions from world-renowned scholars. Organized under a professional and user-friendly structure, the website content is completely free and open to the public, with many downloadable pdf files, a keyword search facility and plenty of useful links pointing to external resources. Users can find the latest news and material about academic programs, research projects, and other activities, including a collective blog with related RSS feeds and podcasts. Moreover, this website shares an open software platform for free online lectures, discussions and newsmailing. The Berkman Center’s website is a valuable resource for anybody interested in keeping the pace with important issues related to internet governance, law and e-politics.

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