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First POST: Clues

BY Micah L. Sifry | Friday, January 9 2015

Updating the Cluetrain Manifesto fifteen years later; how to battle online harassment; CityCamps this weekend; and much, much more. Read More

Internet Privacy: Are Lawmakers Thinking About It All Wrong?

BY Sarah Lai Stirland | Wednesday, September 4 2013

How do we get back to the world where nobody knows if you're a dog? Photo: Flickr/Jesse757

Is it time to move past "Do Not Track" as the solution to pervasive online invasions of privacy? Sarah Lai Stirland takes a walk along the digital frontier where privacy activists and data entrepreneurs are diligently carving out some radical new approaches to the problem. Read More

'Your rights under zees license veel terminate automateecally!'

BY Nick Judd | Thursday, June 9 2011

It's been clear for a while that the terms of service that companies ask us to agree to — whether its for software on our computer or a web 2.0 service — are, well, totally unclear. Or, to be more longwinded ... Read More