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                      (Originally aired: 03-03-09)

              JOSEPH M. REAGLE JR. PhD

            

         

            

                      

 

                               Wikipedia Scholar

 Department of Media, Culture & Communications

                          

                       New York University 

                            http://reagle.org/joseph

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Joseph Reagle <email address>

A long time ago I was a Computer Science student at UMBC. I then moved to Cambridge and completed the two year Masters program in Technology and Policy at MIT. After a brief time as a consultant in New York City I returned to the MIT Lab for Computer Science as a W3C/IETF Working Group chair and editor. I was also a Berkman Center Fellow at the Harvard Law School. (Or as MIT folk say, the "other school up the river.") After almost a decade in Cambridge, I left for New York again to articulate and contextualize my experience with new media and collaborative communities. I concluded my work at NYU with a doctoral dissertation on the collaborative culture of Wikipedia.

I live in Brooklyn, but like to travel -- I'm particularly fond of Sydney and Tokyo, and I love to visit the waterfalls of wherever I go. I have the standard geeky interests: photography, design, zines, and clever toys. If you want to send an email you can even use my PGP key.

In addition to the professional publications in my curriculum vitae, my work from Harvard, Wikipedia drafts, research blog, old ecommerce writings, and over a decade's worth of photos and writing on the Web, you can also see some of my older student projects from MIT and UMBC.

Curriculum Vitae (CV)

 

Joseph M. Reagle Jr.

Department of Media, Culture, and Communication
New York University
 

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[Education] [Positions] [Publications][Presentations] [Activities]

Research and Teaching Interests: collaboration and collaborative culture, knowledge production and its legitimation, new media, and the history of each.

Education

Ph.D. (May 2008), Media, Culture, and Communication, New York University. Dissertation: "In Good Faith: Wikipedia Collaboration and the Pursuit of the Universal Encyclopedia." Committee: Helen Nissenbaum (Chairperson), Gabriella Coleman, Natalia Levina.

S.M. (June 1996), Technology and Policy Program, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Thesis (E.E. 1996): "Trust in a Cryptographic Economy and Digital Security Deposits: Protocols and Policies" [pdf]. Supervisor: Lee McKnight, Research Program on Communications Policy.

B.S. (June 1994), Computer Science (History minor), University of Maryland Baltimore County, magna cum laude. Major Areas: Cryptography, computer security, and the history of science, computing, and telecommunication. Honors and Activities: Fellow of the Honors College, numerous scholarships, chair of the university chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).

Positions

Research

Policy Analyst, World Wide Web Consortium and Research Engineer, Laboratory for Computer Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. (October 1996 - August 2003). Major Activities: Co-Chair and Editor of IETF/W3C XML Signature Working Group; Chair and Editor of the W3C XML Encryption Working Group; policy analysis with respect to content control, privacy, and intellectual property; development of privacy and intellectual property policies and analysis (copyright, trademark and patents) for W3C; Chair of the P3P Harmonization Group (developing a OECD guideline like implementation language for the Web) and interim P3P Project manager.

Resident Fellow, Harvard Law School, Berkman Center for Internet & Society (September 1, 1998 - January 31, 1999) Major Activities: Research, writing, and lecturing.

Research Associate, Research Program on Communication Policy, MIT Center for Technology, Policy, and Industrial Development. (1994-1996) Major Activities: Research related to information security, electronic commerce and cryptographic policy.

Teaching

Instructor, Media, Technology, Society, NYU (Fall 2008)

Instructor, Conflict Management, NYU (Fall 2008, Spring 2008, Fall 2007).

Instructor, Impacts of Technology, NYU (Spring 2007, Fall 2006).

Adviser, The E-Commerce Architecture Project, MIT (Spring 2001)

Adviser, The Law of Cyberspace -- Social Protocols, Harvard (Fall 1998)

Publications (bibtex file)

Journals, Proceedings, Chapters

Joseph Reagle. Bug Tracking Systems As Public Spheres. Techné: Research in Philosophy and Technology, 11(1), 2007. URL http://scholar.lib.vt.edu/ejournals/SPT/v11n1/pdf/reagle.pdf

Joseph Reagle. Do As I Do: Authorial Leadership in Wikipedia. In WikiSym '07: Proceedings of the 2007 International Symposium on Wikis. ACM Press, New York, NY, USA. URL http://ws2007.wikisym.org/space/ReaglePaper

Joseph Reagle. Equality, Gender, and Speech in Open Communities. Re-public. 2007. URL http://www.re-public.gr/en/?p=131

Joseph Reagle. Open Communities and Closed Law. In Lipika Bansal, Paul Keller, G. L., editor, In In the Shade of the Commons -Towards a Culture of Open Networks, pages 165-1677. Waag Society Amsterdam. URL http://www.waag.org/download/16813

Joseph Reagle. Is the Wikipedia Neutral? In Proceedings of Wikimania 2006. 2006. URL http://wikimania2006.wikimedia.org/wiki/Presenters/Joseph_Reagle

Joseph Reagle. Notions of Openness. In FM10 Openness: Code, Science, and Content: Selected Papers from the First Monday Conference, volume 11. 2006. URL http://numenor.lib.uic.edu/fmconference/viewabstract.php?id=36 http://reagle.org/joseph/2006/02/fm10-openness.html

Joseph Reagle. A Case of Mutual Aid: Wikipedia, Politeness, and Perspective Taking. In Proceedings of Wikimania 2005. 2005. URL http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Transwiki:Wikimania05/Paper-JR1.

Joseph Reagle. Open Content Communities. M/C: A Journal of Media and Culture, 7, July 2004. URL http://journal.media-culture.org.au/0406/06_Reagle.rft.php.

Lorrie Cranor, Joseph Reagle, and Mark Ackerman. Beyond Concern: Understanding Net Users' Attitudes about Online Privacy. In Benjamin M. Compaine and Ingo Vogelsang, editor, Proceedings of the Telecommunications Policy Research Conference (TPRC99): The Internet Upheaval: Raising Questions, Seeking Answers in Communications Policy, page 47. ACM Press, NY, 1999. Also as AT&T Labs-Research Technical Report TR 99.4.4. URL http://arxiv.org/html/cs/9904010/report.htm

Lorrie Cranor, Joseph Reagle, and Mark Ackerman. Privacy in E-Commerce: Examining User Scenarios and Privacy Preferences. In Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Electronic Commerce (EC'99), pages 1-8. ACM Press, New York, NY, November 3-5 1999.

Joseph Reagle. Agent: I Don't Think It Means, What You Think It Means. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Law and Technology (LawTech'99). August 1999a. URL http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/people/reagle/agents-19990524.html.

Joseph Reagle. Why the Internet Is Good: Community Governance That Works Well. Working draft, Berkman Center for Internet and Society, Harvard Law School, March 1999c. URL http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/people/reagle/regulation-19990326.html.

Joseph Reagle. Eskimo Snow and Scottish Rain: Legal Considerations of Schema Design. Note, W3C, December 1999b. URL http://www.w3.org/TR/md-policy-design. Also as DOI: 10.2139/ssrn.167448 SSRN Electronic Paper Collection, August 9, 1999.

Lorrie Cranor and Joseph Reagle. The Platform for Privacy Preferences. Communications of the ACM, 40 (2):0 48-55, February 1999. URL http://www.acm.org/pubs/citations/journals/cacm/1999-42-2/p48-reagle/. Also in Japanese at IPSJ (Information Processing Society of Japan) Magazine. Vol.40 No.7 July 1999; also as W3C NOTE. 31-July-1998.

Lorrie Cranor and Joseph Reagle. Designing a Social Protocol: Lessons Learned from the Platform for Privacy Preferences Project. In Proceedings of the Telecommunications Policy Research Conference (TPRC97). ACM Press, NY, September 1997. URL http://www.w3.org/People/Reagle/papers/tprc97/tprc-f2m3.html.

Dianne Martin and Joseph M. Reagle. A Technical Alternative to Government Regulation and Censorship: Content Advisory Systems for the Internet. Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal, 150 (2):0 409-427, 1997. URL http://penta2.ufrgs.br/gereseg/censura/rsac/dianne1.htm.

Joseph Reagle. Trust in Electronic Markets. First Monday, 10 (2), August 1996. URL http://www.firstmonday.dk/issues/issue2/markets/index.html.

Lee McKnight, Richard Solomon, Branco Gerovac, David Carver, Clark Johnson, David Gingold, and Joseph Reagle. Information Security for Electronic Commerce on the Internet: the Need for a New Policy and New Research. In Internet Economics. 1995. URL http://www.press.umich.edu/jep/works/McKniSecur.html. Also in Lee W. McKnight and Joseph P. Bailey (ed.), INTERNET ECONOMICS. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 1996.

Commentary

Joseph Reagle. Trust in Electronic Markets Revisited. First Monday, Special Issue #3: Internet banking, e-money, and Internet gift economies. December 2005. URL http://www.firstmonday.dk/issues/issue2/markets/index.html.

Joseph Reagle. The Web As a Global Forum. Open Systems Standards Tracking Report: Newsletter on Information Technology and Telecommunications Standardization, 70 (1), January 1998.

Joseph Reagle. Bridging the Trust Gap. WIRED, 50 (03), March 1997. URL http://www.wired.com/wired/archive/5.03/idees_fortes.html.

IETF and W3C Documents

Donald Eastlake, Joseph Reagle, and David Solo. XML-Signature Syntax and Processing. Recommendation, W3C, February 2002. URL http://www.w3.org/TR/xmldsig-core/. Also as IETF RFC3275.
 

Donald Eastlake and Joseph Reagle. XML Encryption Syntax and Processing. Recommendation, W3C, October 2002. URL http://www.w3.org/TR/xmldsig-core/.

John Boyer, Donald Eastlake, and Joseph Reagle. XML-Signature Syntax and Processing. Recommendation, W3C, July 2002. URL http://www.w3.org/TR/xml-exc-c14n/.

John Boyer, Merlin Hughes, and Joseph Reagle. XML-Signature XPath Filter 2.0. Recommendation, W3C, April 2002. URL http://www.w3.org/TR/xmldsig-filter2/.

Lorrie Cranor, Marc Langheinrich, Massimo Marchiori, Martin Presler-Marshall, and Joseph Reagle. The Platform for Privacy Preferences 1.0 (P3P1.0). April 2002. ISBN W3C. URL http://www.w3.org/TR/P3P/.

Joseph Reagle. A P3P Assurance Signature Profile. Note, W3C, February 2001. URL http://www.w3.org/TR/xmldsig-p3p-profile/.
 

Joseph M. Reagle, Daniel J. Weitzner, Barry D. Rein, Garland T. Stephens, and Henry C. Lebowitz. Analysis of P3P and US Patent 5,862,325. Note, W3C, October 1999. URL http://www.w3.org/TR/P3P-analysis.

Joseph Reagle and Daniel Weitzner. Statement on the Intent and Use of PICS: Using PICS Well. Note, W3C, June 1998. URL http://www.w3.org/TR/xmldsig-p3p-profile/.

Selected Presentations

"Wikipedia and Encyclopedic Anxiety," presented at Doctoral Research Colloquium, New York University, New York, October 2008.
 

"Encyclopedias, Copyright, and Plagiarism," guest lecture in Copyright, Culture, and Commerce at New York University, New York, March 2006.

"The status/design of XML Signatures and Encryption," presented at Eleventh International World Wide Web Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii, May 2002. Also, at Distributed Systems Technology Centre, Sydney, Australia, October 2002.

"A Personal History of Internet Policy," invited presentation to Technology and Policy Program, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts, November 2002

"URIs and Web Architecture," guest lecture in E-Commerce Architecture, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts, February 2001.
 

"Why the Internet is Good: The Internet as an Instrument of Policy Formation," presented at Berkman Center for Internet & Society, Harvard Law School, Cambridge, Massachusetts, January 1999.

"Internet NG and Its Impact on Society," presented at The 21st Century Program, Keio University, Kanagawa, Japan, November 1998.

"The Other P in P3P: Global Policy and the P3P Vocabulary" invited presentation at the Asia Pacific Forum on Privacy and Personal Data Protection, Hong Kong, April 1998.

"Technical Constraints of Regulating Commercial Activity on the Internet," invited presentation at Regulating Commercial Activity on the Internet, Nice, France, February 1997.

Awards and Activities

Awards and Honors

Doctoral Summer Research Grant, Steinhardt School of Education. Summer 2007.

Doctoral Fellow, NYU Department of Culture and Communications. September 2003 - September 2006.

Technology Review: Selected as a member of TR100, "a unique gathering of today's top young (under 35) innovators and key leaders in technology and business." May 2002.

digitalMASScom: Selected as a Digital Master, "Profiles of local techies making news, breaking new ground, or just doing interesting stuff." 2000.

Professional Activities

Program Committee: Workshop on Interdisciplinary Research on Wiki Communities, 2008

Reviewer: Wikimania, 2008.

Program Committee: Wikimania, 2006.

Reviewer: Toward a More Secure Web - W3C Workshop on Usability and Transparency of Web Authentication, 2006.

Reviewer: Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 2006.

Reviewer: Journal of Systems and Software, 2005.

Reviewer: Thirty-Ninth Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS-39), 2005.

Reviewer: Journal of Electronic Commerce Research (JECR), Security and Ecommerce Special Issue, 2003.

Program Committee: WWW2003 Security and Privacy, 2003.

Reviewer: IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering, 2002.

Program Committee: WWW2002 Electronic Commerce and Security, 2002.

 

 

 

 

 

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