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First POST: Keeping Track

BY Miranda Neubauer | Friday, November 2 2012

Around the web

International

  • Reuters examined what role China's Weibo service will face as the country undergoes a leadership change.

  • Mexican cartels have forced engineers to build a radio network, Wired reported.

  • Activists in Japan are looking to overturn a rule forbidding tweeting during election campaigns, according to Global Voices.

  • The Open Net Initiative offered an update on information controls in Ethiopia.

  • The finalists for the New Zealand Open Source Awards have been announced.

  • A presidential decree in Costa Rica has protected the photocopying of textbooks.

News Briefs

RSS Feed tuesday >

First POST: Shemails

Hillary Clinton stumbles on transparency; Jeb Bush chides her but he's too transparent; how Janet Napolitano got around that pesky gov't email rule; meanwhile, New York puts expiration dates on state workers' emails; and much, much more! GO

monday >

First POST: Outings

"Snowdenites" may have the "upper hand" in surveillance politics; ten lessons from the "underdog" net neutrality win; "Europtechnopanic"; ISIS threatens Twitter founder; and much, much more. GO

friday >

First POST: Revisions

Tim Wu says we shouldn't be so pessimistic about lobbying; Obama writes a thank you note to reddit; Ted Cruz wants to be the Uber of politics; Llamas!; and much, much more. GO

thursday >

First POST: Impossibles

The FCC vote; a proxy Democratic primary battle in Chicago; Gov Andrew Cuomo begins deleting all state employee emails more than 90 days old; men talking about women in tech; and much, much more. GO

wednesday >

First POST: Off the Books

Chicago's "black site"; The New York Times reports "little guys" like Tumblr and Reddit have won the fight for net neutrality but fails to mention Free Press or Demand Progress; Hillary Clinton fan products on Etsy to inspire campaign slogans?; and much, much more. GO

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