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Profile: jpalfrey

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Username: jpalfrey
First Name: John
Last Name: Palfrey
Time Zone: America/New_York
Affiliation: Harvard Law School
Biography:

Executive Director, Berkman Center for Internet & Society; Lecturer on Law, Harvard Law School.

Country: USA
City: Cambridge
Homepage: http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/palfrey
First Internet Memory:

Using cc:mail at the Sierra Club's DC office to communicate with staff at other offices

Most Recently Read Book:

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, Mark Haddon

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User's Rotisserie Posts

Development and the Internet (posts: 1)

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Entrepreneurship - ... Trying to track the logic of the initial post

I&S: Civil Liberties in Cyberspace (IOP) (posts: 4)

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Is IP protection ... Balance, but it's out of whack right now
Weblogs, the law and ... Blogs have enormous potential
Worst Privacy Invasion Spin
Is IP protection ... I hope you're right in your last sentence.

ILAW Conference (posts: 2)

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Technology and Politics Coherent tech strategy needed
Technology and Politics Public participation, whatever the form, is critical

Internet & Society (posts: 2)

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Internet & Society ... Who will lead us?
Technology in Politics Keep the people engaged

the Forum (posts: 9)

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Online Collaboration Not ready to give up on a comprehensive resource
Technology and Change The technology itself is virtually meaningless
For-profit partnerships Punishment sounds interesting...
The Relationship of ... What a great idea
Online Collaboration Agree, largely, as to museums; harder as to libraries
The Relationship of ... Alumni should lead & Esme's right about in and out
For-profit partnerships Two hard issues here, driven off the notion of Harvard's brand in cyberspace
Harvard's Online Mission Harvard should stretch
Harvard's Online Mission Onward