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Published on Jul 7, 2011
Charles Nesson of the Berkman Center discusses how we can design a future that creates harmony between the public and private.
The Hyperpublic symposium brings together computer scientists, ethnographers, architects, historians, artists and legal scholars to discuss how design influences privacy and public space, how it shapes and is shaped by human behavior and experience, and how it can cultivate norms such as tolerance and diversity.