Primavera De Filippi
Berkman Center for Internet & Society
Primavera is Research fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society, Harvard University. Before that, she was a researcher at the Administration and Political Science Research and Study Centre (CERSA), a entity of the French National scientific research centre (CNRS), Université Paris II. She investigates the legal issues of cloud computing and peer-to-peer technologies. Primavera holds a PhD from the European University Institute and is a representative of Creative Commons France and a coordinator at the Open Knowldege Foundation. Recently, Primavera published a series of essays and papers on cloud computing with the Internet Policy Review.
Articles by this author
- The invisible politics of Bitcoin: governance crisis of a decentralised infrastructure
- Ethereum: the decentralised platform that might displace today’s institutions
- Bitcoin: a regulatory nightmare to a libertarian dream
- Big data, big responsibilities
- Flawed cloud architectures and the rise of decentral alternatives
- Growing information asymmetries as the cloud spreads
- Law of the cloud: on the supremacy of the user interface over copyright law
- Cloud computing: analysing the trade-off between user comfort and autonomy
- Taxing the cloud: introducing a new taxation system on data collection?
- Foreign clouds in the European sky: how US laws affect the privacy of Europeans