The Information Society Project believes strongly in intellectual autonomy. The outcome of any research project is determined entirely by the individual fellow or fellows working on that project. In the interest of preserving the autonomy and diversity that are so essential to our mission, our funding model does not permit outside institutions to dictate the results of any research agenda or the nature of events. We are committed to maintaining the integrity of our fellows’ work, in pursuit of scholarly goals and the protection of the public interest.
Fellowships, research, and activities at the Information Society Project have been made possible with support from a range of sponsors, including foundations, corporations, and private donors.
- Democracy Fund, Inc.
- Floyd Abrams
- John S. and James L. Knight Foundation
- Miami Foundation – Legal Clinics Fund
- Newmark Philanthropies
- Nolen Bradley
- Oscar M. Ruebhausen Fund at Yale Law School
- The Payson R. Wolff Lectureship
- Stanton Foundation
- Wikimedia Foundation
- The William C. Bullitt Foundation, Inc.
- Commercial Speech Conference Sponsors:
- Avvo, Inc.
- Ballard Spahr LLP
- Charles Koch Institute
- Cooley, LLP
- Davis Wright Tremaine, LLP
- Fox Rothschild, LLP
- Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz PC
- Greenberg Traurig, LLP
- Levine Sullivan Koch & Schulz, LLP
- Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler, LLP
- Government Accountability Project Sponsors (Geoffrey D. Gund, Dan Mosley via Pinkerton Foundation, Hattie Ruttenberg, Kathy Ruttenberg via The Derald H. Ruttenberg Foundation)
- Richard A. Bartlett Fellowship Fund
- Thomson Reuters
- WeRobot Conference Sponsors:
- Rock Center @ Stanford University