Mary Bridges

Mary Bridges

Joined on August 17, 2004
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At the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard Law School, Mary works on a variety of projects involving writing and communications.  She develops content for the Digital Media Project, writes for the Filter, creates Berkman Briefings, works on AudioBerkman, serves as press contact, and more.

Mary graduated from Harvard College in 2001 with a concentration in History of Science in the Mind, Brain, and Behavioral Studies program. Since then, she has lived in Seattle (doing creative writing while working at the University of Washington); Montgomery, Alabama (working for a publishing house); and most recently Los Angeles (working at Ms. Magazine).

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Averting the Internet Meltdown

A call to action went out: a small, California-based organization called People for Internet Responsibility (PFIR) posted an announcement for an urgent conference - "Preventing the Internet Meltdown." The meltdown that PFIR envisioned was not an impending technical malfunction or enemy attack. Instead, conference organizers foresaw "risks of imminent disruption" to the Internet that would come from an unlikely sector: government officials and bureaucrats working on the unglamorous-sounding problems of Internet Governance. more

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DNSVoIPInternet ProtocolCybersecurityPolicy & RegulationInternet GovernanceTelecomICANN

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