An experiment in ending institutional corruption

The Edmond J. Safra Research Lab marked the end of its five-year existence May 1 and 2 with “Ending Institutional Corruption,” conference celebrating the lab’s accomplishments and featuring presentations by scholars, researchers, and activists.

Harvard Library Innovation Lab wins a 2015 Webby

Perma.cc, a project that takes on the problem of “link rot” or broken or defunct links in scholarship, has won the prestigious Webby Award for best law site of 2015. Developed by the Harvard Library Innovation Lab, Perma.cc is a web archiving service that helps authors and publishers create permanent links to their online sources, which are preserved by participating libraries.

A ‘sitdown’ with Snowden

In videoconference, U.S. contractor who leaked surveillance data defends actions The new documentary “Citizenfour” centers on a series of candid interviews with Edward Snowden, the former Central Intelligence Agency employee and National Security Agency (NSA) contractor who last year leaked more than 200,000 classified documents about sweeping U.S. surveillance efforts. The film’s action unfolds in […]