The Latest from the Belfer Center’s Technology and Policy blog
Past Berkman Fellow and NYU Visiting Scholar Dave Winer sees the Internet as a “project interrupted” by Facebook, Twitter and others and suggest ways to restart it. SEAS and HKS professor John Briscoe tracks the slow but important progress of the World Bank towards a “infrastructure first” water strategy. Professors John Palfrey and Jonathan Zittrain argue that better data is needed to make better decisions about whether and how to regulate the Internet.
David Winer: Saving the Internet: Let a Billion Servers Bloom
John Palfrey and Jonathan Zittrain: Better Data for a Better Internet