I was very lucky to interview Elizabeth Stark during Women in Technology month. Check out her interview below.
Elizabeth Stark started the “Ideas for a Better Internet” program at Stanford, where she teaches at the intersection of computer science, law, and design. She is also a Visiting Fellow at the Yale Information Society Project and a Lecturer in Computer Science at Yale University. Stark is a cofounder of the Open Video Alliance, and a producer of the annual Open Video Conference, dedicated to promoting free expression and innovation in online video.
A graduate of Harvard Law School, Stark founded the Harvard Free Culture Group and served on the board of directors of Students for Free Culture. While at Harvard, she researched extensively for the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard on projects ranging from net censorship to crowdsourcing to digital copyright policy.