Design Justice  
Information Policy Series  
Edited by Sandra Braman  
The Information Policy Series publishes research on and analysis of significant  
problems in the field of information policy, including decisions and practices  
that enable or constrain information, communication, and culture irrespective  
of the legal siloes in which they have traditionally been located, as well as state-  
law-society interactions. Defining information policy as all laws, regulations, and  
decision-making principles that affect any form of information creation, processing,  
flows, and use, the series includes attention to the formal decisions, decision-  
making processes, and entities of government; the formal and informal decisions,  
decision-making processes, and entities of private and public sector agents  
capable of constitutive effects on the nature of society; and the cultural habits  
and predispositions of governmentality that support and sustain government and  
governance. The parametric functions of information policy at the boundaries of  
social, informational, and technological systems are of global importance because  
they provide the context for all communications, interactions, and social processes.  
Virtual Economies: Design and Analysis, Vili Lehdonvirta and Edward Castronova  
Traversing Digital Babel: Information, e-Government, and Exchange, Alon Peled  
Chasing the Tape: Information Law and Policy in Capital Markets, Onnig H. Dombalagian  
Regulating the Cloud: Policy for Computing Infrastructure, edited by Christopher S. Yoo  
and Jean-François Blanchette  
Privacy on the Ground: Driving Corporate Behavior in the United States and Europe,  
Kenneth A. Bamberger and Deirdre K. Mulligan  
How Not to Network a Nation: The Uneasy History of the Soviet Internet, Benjamin Peters  
Hate Spin: The Manufacture of Religious Offense and Its Threat to Democracy, Cherian  
Big Data Is Not a Monolith, edited by Cassidy R. Sugimoto, Hamid R. Ekbia, and  
Michael Mattioli  
Decoding the Social World: Data Science and the Unintended Consequences of Communi-  
cation, Sandra González-Bailón  
Open Space: The Global Effort for Open Access to Environmental Satellite Data, Mariel  
John Borowitz  
You’ll See This Message When It Is Too Late: The Legal and Economic Aftermath of  
Cybersecurity Breaches, Josephine Wolff  
The Blockchain and the New Architecture of Trust, Kevin Werbach  
Digital Lifeline? ICTs for Refugees and Displaced Persons, edited by Carleen F. Maitland  
Designing an Internet, David D. Clark  
Reluctant Power: Networks, Corporations, and the Struggle for Global Governance in the  
Early 20th Century, Rita Zajácz  
Human Rights in the Age of Platforms, edited by Rikke Frank Jørgensen  
The Paradoxes of Network Neutralities, Russell Newman  
Zoning China: Online Video, Popular Culture, and the State, Luzhou Li  
Design Justice: Community-Led Practices to Build the Worlds We Need, Sasha Costanza-  
Design Justice  
Community-Led Practices to Build the Worlds We Need  
Sasha Costanza-Chock  
The MIT Press  
Cambridge, Massachusetts  
London, England