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working paper | 05.14.14

Networked Rights and Networked Harms

Karen Levy, danah boyd

(Conference draft). “Networked Rights and Networked Harms.” Presented at Privacy Law School Conference (June 6, 2014) and Data & Discrimination (May 14, 2014).

The goal of this paper (far from a finished product, filled with gaps in logic and argumentation) is to imagine and interrogate two interwoven concepts of “networked rights” and “networked harms,” to bridge conversations in law, policy, and social science.

To learn more or read the draft, contact Karen and danah.

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