Professor of Law at George Washington University Law School
Not Clearly Pro or Con to the question "Are Social Networking Sites Good for Our Society?"
"In my book, The Future of Reputation (available online for free at http://futureofreputation.com) I spend a considerable amount of time talking about all the good attributes of social network sites. My position is that they can be used to cause harm even though they can also be used for many good things.
The question you ask [Is social networking for society?] is way too broad. It's kind of like asking: 'Is industry good for society?' and then listing all people who complain about pollution as cons.
So you could put my answer as 'Pro AND con' which would be much more precise."
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Involvement and Affiliations:
Professor of Law, George Washington University Law School, 2008-present
Associate Professor of Law, George Washington University Law School, 2004-2008
Associate Professor of Law, Seton Hall Law School, 2000-2004
Law Clerk, the Honorable Pamela Ann Rymer, US Court of Appeals, 9th Circuit (Pasadena, CA), 1999-2000
Associate, Arnold & Porter, Washington, DC, 1998-1999
Law Clerk, the Honorable Stanley Sporkin, US District Court (Washington, DC), 1997-1998
JD, Yale Law School, 1997
AB, English Literature, Washington University, 1994