Digital constitutionalism: a new social contract for the digital age

How do we protect human rights online? Online platforms distribute, host, and index online content. They play a crucial role in our digital economy and culture, providing key infrastructure for people and companies to communicate and access information online. These

Digital copyright and the cultural commons

We study digital disruption: the massive changes that cheap communication networks are bringing to markets for knowledge and cultural goods. We focus particularly on how people work together to coordinate and fund creative projects outside the traditional copyright markets. Our

Regulating the peer economy

The peer economy is rapidly expanding with an explosion of sites that facilitate peer-to-peer sharing for goods and services. Often, these systems compete directly with existing, highly regulated markets. We study how the peer economy works, what role regulation plays,

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