Bill offered an excellent introduction to our blog, and especially to information law – something he and I are mildly obsessed with. (I prefer it to “cyberlaw” because it focuses on data, not medium.) I’m a fellow at the Berkman Center along with Bill and a host of talented folks. I work primarily with the OpenNet Initiative, researching Internet filtering (= technological censorship) in countries such as China, Iran, Singapore, Burma, and Tunisia. There’s more detail on me here; I spent five years with Lotus (now a part of IBM) and am a recovering geek (this may be optimistic). Welcome to Info/Law!
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