Episode #12

Interview with John Clippinger, Senior Fellow at The Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard Law School.
In this interview John and I discuss his and Berkman’s interest in digital identity technologies. In particular we talk about the risks promising new technologies face as they become more visible and therefore subject regulatory pressures. More broadly John expresses his desire to “embed” policy in code as a way to shape technology policy before it confronts special interest and other pressures associated with “formal” legislative processes.
Show Notes:
Thanks to Tim Post for his valuable comments!
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