Amar Ashar is a senior researcher at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society. His current research areas include issues of networked policymaking, improving information for decision makers in the public and private sectors, and harmful and hate speech online. He also manages a number of strategic and emerging efforts at the Center, and works closely with Berkman Klein staff, fellows, faculty, affiliates, and alumni, with a variety of colleagues across Harvard University, as well as with numerous external partners and collaborators.
Voices for Internet Freedom
As part of ITS Global Fellowship Program 2014, the institute presented three talks by fellows about issues concerning government, freedom and under-represented groups in the age of Internet. Amalia Delooney spoke about ways to ensure that minorities are participating in debates about the future of the web. Amar Ashar presented his views on the issue […]