The latest from the Belfer Center’s Technology and Policy blog

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 Briscoe: Infrastructure First? Water Policy, Wealth, and Well-Being

John Palfrey and Jonathan Zittrain: Better Data for a Better Internet

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