As part of its Research Program on Digital Communications, Time Warner Cable released reports on three topics: the Internet, smart grids and social networks.

The reports released today are:

  • Remaking the Internet: Taking Network Architecture to the Next Level, by Richard Bennett, Research Fellow, Information Technology and Innovation Foundation.?
  • Realizing the Smart Grid Imperative: A Framework for Enhancing Collaboration Between Energy Utilities and Broadband Service Providers by Charles Davidson, Director, The Advanced Communication Law & Policy Institute, New York Law School and Michael J. Santorelli, Director, The Advanced Communication Law & Policy Institute, New York Law School. ?
  • Social Networks, Personalized Advertising, and Perceptions of Privacy Control, by Catherine Tucker, Douglas Drane Career Development Professor in IT and Management and Assistant Professor in Marketing, MIT Sloan School of Management. ?

The Time Warner Cable Research Program on Digital Communications was launched in February 2010 and awards stipends to foster research about the challenges facing the future of digital technologies in the home, office, classroom and community. Individual researchers affiliated with universities and not-for-profits are eligible to apply for the stipends. The reports are available at the program’s website.

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