"Data and Privacy" essay collection now on Medium
Illustration by Willow Brugh
We continue posting our annual report essays on Medium this week with the "Data and Privacy" collection. The collection contains ten of the chapter's eleven essays (Sara Watson's speculative fiction piece, "Dada Data and the Internet of Paternalistic Things," is available elsewhere on Medium) as well as new art by Berkman Center Fellow and Internet Monitor annual report contributor Willow Brugh.
- Data and Privacy, by Robert Faris and David R. O'Brien
- Data Revolutions: Bottom-Up Participation or Top-Down Control?, by Tim Davies
- Everything is Data. Yes, Even Development, by Malavika Jayaram
- Mapping the Data Ecosystem, by Sara M. Watson
- Mapping the Next Frontier of Open Data: Corporate Data Sharing, by Stefaan G. Verhulst and David Sangokoya
- The Social and Technical Tribulations of Data Privacy in a Mobile Society, by Adrienne Debigare and Nathan Freitas
- The Future of the Internet—and How to Secure It, by Andy Ellis
- Data Protection and Privacy Law: Where Regulators Are King?, by Neal Cohen
- Toward a New Approach to Data Protection in the Big Data Era, by Alessandro Mantelero
- In the Age of the Web, What Does “Public” Mean?, by David R. O'Brien
- Code is Law, But Law is Increasingly Determining the Ethics of Code, by Jonathon W. Penney
- Dada Data and the Internet of Paternalistic Things, by Sara M. Watson
We encourage you to check out the individual essays on Medium, leave your comments, write responses, and share with your friends.