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Welcome to CyberOne

About CyberOne

Welcome to the course website for CyberOne: Law in the Court of Public Opinion. This course is being offered at Harvard Law School in Fall 2008.

This year’s CyberOne course began with empathic argument and programming from scratch, and has segued into a series of working groups positioned to work on the forefront of important issues central to cyberspace, especially issues of digital freedom, open online education, and restorative justice. These projects, and their manifestation in digital space, are being built using open tools in an open Internet space. Check out our aggregated class blog for more information, or visit the blog pages of each individual working group.

RIAA v. Tenenbaum

Prof. Charles Nesson, with the assistance of his working group, is representing Joel Tenenbaum against the organized file-sharing litigation campaign orchestrated by the RIAA.


FreeRice is a revolutionary, open, and charitable educational platform which offers significant promise as a teaching tool for learners of all ages and backgrounds.


Poker is a quintessentially American game of skill that offers insight into life and a valuable metaphor in rhetorical space. This working group seeks to legitimate it as a teaching tool.


Marijuana and its decriminalization offer the opportunity to engage the public on issues of freedom and fairness, and to empower it through the historic right of jury independence.


The Jamaica group seeks to further restorative justice and reconstitution for the people of Jamaica through its support of constitutional reform.

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