Video: Discussing the Challenges of the Internet

Click here to watch the videoAt the Berkman@10 conference at Harvard, I had a chance to speak to some of the many attendees and speakers at the conference about the challenges facing the internet today and in the near future. Phillip Hallam-Baker, author of the dotCrime Manifesto, says stability is the missing ingredient in the Internet in the fight against Internet crime; Kathy Higgins, Educational Technologies, Dept. of Education, N.H., sees a shift to more use of social networking and community voices gaining traction; and Dr. Jim Morris if Carnegie Mellon University comments on the battlegrounds forming for the soul of the Internet.Click here to see the video of these interviews at Berman@10 about the fate of the Internet.

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Berkman Interviews

At the Berkman@10 conference at Harvard, I had a chance to speak to some of the many attendees and speakers at the conference about the challenges facing the internet today and in the near future.

Phillip Hallam-Baker, author of the dotCrime Manifesto, says stability is the missing ingredient in the Internet in the fight against Internet crime; Kathy Higgins, Educational Technologies, Dept. of Education, N.H., sees a shift to more use of social networking and community voices gaining traction; and Dr. Jim Morris if Carnegie Mellon University comments on the battlegrounds forming for the soul of the Internet.

Click here to see the video of these interviews at Berman@10 about the fate of the Internet.