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The Future of the Internet - And How to Stop It

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Jonathan Zittrain

Oxford University

Jonathan Zittrain holds the Chair in Internet
Governance and Regulation at Oxford University
and is a principal of the Oxford Internet
Institute. He is also the Jack N. and Lillian R.
Berkman Visiting Professor for Entrepreneurial
Legal Studies at Harvard Law School, where he
co-founded Harvard Law School’s Berkman Center
for Internet & Society in 1996. With students, he
began Chilling Effects, a web site that tracks and archives
legal threats made to Internet content producers.
Google now sends its users to Chilling Effects
when it has altered its search results at the behest of national governments.

His research interests include battles for
control of digital property and content,
cryptography, electronic privacy, the roles of
intermediaries within Internet architecture, and
the useful and unobtrusive deployment of
technology in education. He was co-counsel
with Lawrence Lessig in Eldred v. Ashcroft,
which challenged the Sonny Bono Copyright
Term Extension Act of 1998. The case lost 7-2 at the Supreme Court.

He performed the first large-scale tests of Internet filtering in China and
Saudi Arabia in 2002, and now as part of the OpenNet
Initiative he has co-edited a study of Internet filtering by
national governments, “Access Denied: The Practice and
Policy of Global Internet Filtering.”

His book The Future of the Internet — And How to Stop It will be available in spring 2008 from Yale University Press
and Penguin UK — and under a Creative Commons license.
Papers may be found at <http://www.jz.org>.