In the Final Days, The Candidates' Views on Technology
October 31, 2008
This political season, the MIT News Office has devoted a fair amount of time to examining the platforms and views of each candidate for United States President. One recent installment features CSAIL Professor Hal Abelson, along with Harry R. Lewis of Harvard, discussing the candidates’ approach to Internet policy and technology as a whole.
Together, Abelson and Lewis co-authored the recent book Blown to Bits: Your Life, Liberty and Happiness After the Digital Explosion. To see what the professors had to say about each candidate’s understanding of the intersection between policy and technology, click here.