Illustration by Willow Brugh
We finish posting our annual report essays on Medium this week with the "Platforms and Policy" collection. The collection contains eleven essays as well as new art by Berkman Center Fellow and Internet Monitor annual report contributor Willow Brugh.
- Platforms and Policy, by Robert Faris and Rebekah Heacock Jones
- SOPA Lives: Copyright's Existing Power to Block Websites and “Break the Internet,” by Andrew Sellars
- ABC v. Aereo, Innovation, and the Cloud, by Christopher T. Bavitz
- The Spanish Origins of the European “Right to be Forgotten”: The Mario Costeja and Les Alfacs Cases, by Ana Azurmendi
- Troubling Solution to a Real Problem, by Jonathan Zittrain
- Community Mesh Networks: The Tradeoff Between Privacy, Openness, and Security, by Primavera De Filippi
- Warrant Canaries Beyond the First Amendment, by Jonathon W. Penney
- Net Neutrality and Intermediary Liability in Argentina, by Eduardo Bertoni
- Sexting, Minors, and US Legislation: When Laws Intended to Protect Have Unintended Consequences, by Monica Bulger
- Devices, Design, and Digital News for India's Next Billion Internet Users, by Hasit Shah
- Dispute Resolution in the Sharing Economy, by Ethan Katsh and Orna Rabinovich-Einy
We encourage you to check out the individual essays on Medium, leave your comments, write responses, and share with your friends.