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OpenNet Initiative Conference – Video Part IV

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This afternoon segment of the OpenNet Initiative conference allowed attendees to have an open discussion following their “breakout sessions” and was facilitated by Berkman Center Executive Director John Palfrey and Berkman Co-Founder Professor Jonathan Zittrain. From general thoughts on the product of the OpenNet Initiative’s study, to Q & A with the principle investigators, it served as a wonderful opportunity to discuss the past and frame the future of the project.

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OpenNet Initiative Conference – Video Part III

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This afternoon segment of the OpenNet Initiative conference allowed attendees to have an open discussion following their “breakout sessions” and was facilitated by Berkman Center Executive Director John Palfrey (above right) and Berkman Co-Founder Professor Jonathan Zittrain (above left). From general thoughts on the product of the OpenNet Initiative’s study, to Q & A with the principle investigators, it served as a wonderful opportunity to discuss the past and frame the future of the project.

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OpenNet Initiative Conference – Video Part II

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Kicking off the OpenNet Initiative’s first public conference, Jonathan Zittrain provides a great introduction to the project, while Principal Investigator Ron Diebert, Citizen Lab’s Nart Villenuve, and ONI Research Director Rob Faris present their findings on the 41 countries studied and the methods used to achieve those findings. The floor then opens to questions, where the presenters have the opportunity to clarify and elaborate on their work.

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OpenNet Initiative Conference – Video Part I

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Kicking off the OpenNet Initiative’s first public conference, Jonathan Zittrain (above) provides a great introduction to the project, while Principal Investigator Ron Diebert, Citizen Lab’s Nart Villenuve, and ONI Research Director Rob Faris present their findings on the 41 countries studied and the methods used to achieve those findings. The floor then opens to questions, where the presenters have the opportunity to clarify and elaborate on their work.

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3 comments May 26th, 2007

Access Denied: The Practice and Policy of Global Internet Filtering

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Rob Faris, the OpenNet Initiative‘s Research Director and John Palfrey, one of the project’s Principal Investigators, lead a discussion of Internet filtering and provided a glimpse of the results of ONI’s first global survey of Internet censorship.

In the last year ONI has studied forty countries and found a substantial increase in Internet censorship, colored by complex and dynamic political, legal and social processes. The research will be documented in the forthcoming MIT Press book: Access Denied: the Practice and Policy of Global Internet Filtering.

The OpenNet Initiative is a partnership between the Citizen Lab at the Munk Centre for International Studies, University of Toronto, the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard Law School, the Advanced Network Research Group at the Cambridge Security Programme at Cambridge University, and the Oxford Internet Institute at the University of Oxford.

Runtime: 1:08:57, size: 320×240, 188mb, QuickTime .MOV, H.264 codec

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Access Denied: The Practice and Policy of Global Internet Filtering

Rob Faris, the OpenNet Initiative‘s Research Director and John Palfrey, one of the project’s Principal Investigators, lead a discussion of Internet filtering and provided a glimpse of the results of ONI’s first global survey of Internet censorship.

Download the audio podcast (time: 1:08:57).

In the last year ONI has studied forty countries and found a substantial increase in Internet censorship, colored by complex and dynamic political, legal and social processes. The research will be documented in the forthcoming MIT Press book: Access Denied: the Practice and Policy of Global Internet Filtering.

The OpenNet Initiative is a partnership between the Citizen Lab at the Munk Centre for International Studies, University of Toronto, the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard Law School, the Advanced Network Research Group at the Cambridge Security Programme at Cambridge University, and the Oxford Internet Institute at the University of Oxford.

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