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First POST: Georemixing

BY Micah L. Sifry | Thursday, May 22 2014

Ethan Zuckerman on the global politics of YouTube georemixes; Facebook's flip-flop on user privacy; California's push to take "do not track" requests seriously; and much, much more. Read More

California Attorney General Kamala Harris Talks Mobile Innovation, Privacy, and the Law

BY Sarah Lai Stirland | Wednesday, April 10 2013

California Attorney General Kamala Harris on Wednesday urged mobile software developers to explain to users how their products work as clearly as possible so that there are no nasty surprises -- both on the part of the end users, and the developers who may hear from her office for privacy violations. "Let’s not stop the innovation. I don’t want to shut it down," she told a roomful of developers and businesspeople at the startup co-working office space Runway Workspace in the South of Market area of San Francisco. "But what we do have to do is to give the user information, and let the user, not anyone else, make the choice about the tradeoff." Read More

Chris Kelly Wants to Be Your AG. He Just Might Not Want to Be Your Friend.

BY Nancy Scola | Tuesday, June 1 2010

The Democratic primary battle between Chris Kelly and Kamala Harris for the California attorney general nomination is fascinating in that the outcome stands to be influenced by whatever Mark Zuckerberg decides to do that ... Read More

Facebook Ties Become Political Baggage in California Campaign

BY Nancy Scola | Tuesday, May 25 2010

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg might be starting to walk back some of the company's more offensive privacy moves, but the company's stumbles are, reports the Wall Street Journal's John Letzin, causing former Facebook ... Read More