Works

I love to write.  Below are many of the major works I’ve written over the years, including published articles, white papers, testimony, and research.

Papers

Cyberspace 2025 – Microsoft, 2014 (Co-author)

The Cybersecurity Risk Paradox – Microsoft, 2014 (Co-author)

Five Principles for Shaping Cybersecurity Norms – Microsoft, 2013

Year in Online Safety 2012 – Microsoft, 2012

Online Fraud: Your Guide to Prevention, Detection, and Recovery – Microsoft 2012

Fostering Digital CitizenshipMicrosoft, 2011

Building Global Trust Online: Policy Perspectives on Privacy, Safety and Security, Microsoft, 2011

Privacy Accountability, Microsoft, 2011

Enabling Privacy with Data Governance, Microsoft, 2011

International Privacy Standards, Microsoft, 2011

Privacy by Design at Microsoft, Microsoft, 2011

Comprehensive Privacy Legislation, Microsoft, 2011

Privacy Use and Obligations, Microsoft, 2011

Combating Child Exploitation Online, Microsoft, 2011

Online Marketing to Children, Microsoft, 2011

Online Safety Education, Microsoft, 2011

Safer Online Gaming, Microsoft, 2011

Microsoft Security Intelligence Report and Privacy, Microsoft, 2010

Privacy in the Cloud, Microsoft, 2010

Cyberbullying, Microsoft, 2010

Online Safety, Microsoft, 2010

Safer Social Networking, Microsoft, 2010

Get Parental Controls 2010 Product Guide, 2011

Internet Usage And Legal Liability, N2H2, 2002

The Facts on Filters: A Comprehensive Review of 26 Independent Laboratory Tests of the Effectiveness of Internet Filtering Software, N2H2, 2002.

Testimony
Testimony on behalf of Secure Computing Corp., Illinois Senate Judiciary Committee, March 2, 2005

Transcript of oral testimony of David Burt, The Kids.US Internet Domain Forum, Department of Commerce, NTIA, July 14, 2005

Testimony on behalf of N2H2, Oklahoma House of Representatives, Judiciary Committee, September 4, 2003

Transcript of Oral Testimony before the US Library of Congress, Copyright Office, DMCA Rulemaking hearing, April 11, 2003

Comments submitted on behalf of N2H2 to the FCC, Telecommunications Access Policy Division, In the Matter of Rules for Implementing Filtering Requirements of The Children’s Internet Protection Act, July 2003

Comments on behalf of N2H2 to the National Telecommunications and Information Administration, In the matter of Request for Comment on the Effectiveness of Internet Protection Measures and Safety Policies, Docket No. 020514121-2121-01, 2003

Comments submitted on behalf of N2H2 to the US Copyright Office in the matter of Rulemaking on Exemptions from Prohibition on Circumvention of Technological Measures that Control Access to Copyrighted Works, Docket No. RM 2002-4, February 18, 2003

Testimony before the California State Assembly, Committee on Jobs, Economic Development, and the Economy, April 24, 2001

Testimony on behalf of N2H2, Congressional Child Online Protection Act Commission, July 20, 2000

Testimony before the National Commission on Library and Information Science, Nov. 10, 1998

Published Editorials

Seattle’s Alternative School No. 1 works and should be preserved, Seattle Times, Dec. 9, 2010

Should public libraries use filters?, CQ Researcher, June, 2001

Update on Policies for the Use of Public Internet Workstations, Oregon Library Association Quarterly, Winter 1998.

Filters keep smut away from kids, San Jose Mercury, September 25, 1997

In defense of filtering , American Libraries, August, 1997

Policies for the use of public Internet workstations in public libraries, Public Libraries, May/June, 1997

Research

GetParentalControls.org 2010 Internet Parental Controls Roundup Review,  2010

Comprehensive Index of Filter Effectiveness Test, 2008

Comprehensive Index of Filtering Product Reviews, 1995-2008, 2008

Dangerous Access 2000: Uncovering Pornography in America’s Libraries, Family Research Council, 2000

Expert Report of David Burt in Mainstream Loudoun v Board, July 14, 1998

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