Pick of the Day: Berkman Center for Internet and Society
Making sense of the Internet is no easy task. It has puzzled journalists, industries and governments for the past few decades and continues to grow. (See video for more.)
The fine folks at Harvard University’s Berkman Center for Internet and Society have made it their mission to study the series of tubes and explain its effect on society. The center, founded in 2008, tackles such issues as net-neutrality, intellectual property and monopoly control while spotlighting thought-provoking studies of cyberspace.
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