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Die kritische Masse

Wolf Richter

Wolf Richter joined the Oxford Internet Institute as a research student in October 2006 to study the economic and legal impact of the Internet as a medium for the production and distribution of digital media. For his PhD thesis, he is involved in a cooperation with Tsinghua University in Beijing and the Berkman Center at Harvard University to study blanket licensing models for campus file-sharing networks. His recent research included the role of intellectual property law in distributed problem solving networks, open content film production, and the performance of online news aggregators. Prior to that, Wolf worked as a strategy consultant in IT infrastructure and organization. He holds masters degrees in Intellectual property law from Swiss Federal Institute in Zurich and Computer Sciences from Humboldt University in Berlin.