February 22, 2010

Daniel H. Kahn on social intermediaries, identity, and code-backed norms

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Daniel H. Kahn, a recent Harvard School of Law graduate and clerk on the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, discusses his new article forthcoming in the Columbia Science and Technology Law Review on social intermediaries and their potential to radically improve the social life of the Web. The discussion also turns to portable identities, code-backed norms, and trolling.