Reputation Economies Symposium
I’m currently at the Reputation Economies Symposium at Yale Law School. The conference has been quite good.
Professor Rebecca Tushnet (Georgetown) is liveblogging the conference, and I found her account of my panel to very nicely summarize what was said. For those who are interested in the conference but unable to be here today, you should read Rebecca’s terrific account over at her 43(B)log:
Panel I: Making Your Name Online (Bawens, Ghosh, Hoffman, Masum, Noveck)
Panel II: Privacy and Reputational Protection (Acquisti, Citron, McGeveran, Solove, Zittrain)
Panel III: Reputational Quality and Information Quality (Gasser, Goel, Kirovski, Kuraishi, Prakash)
Panel IV: Ownership of Cyber-Reputation (Clippinger, Goldman, Sutor, Thompson, Tushnet)