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PdFLeaks Panelists On Internet Watchdogs

BY Nick Judd | Monday, December 13 2010

Very few people seem able to eloquently place the conversation about Wikileaks in the context it needs in order to be at all useful. Luckily, a lot of them were around on Saturday, and willing to speak during the PdF ... Read More

PdFLeaks: Journalism, Free Speech, DDOS and Internet Freedom [UPDATED]

BY Micah L. Sifry | Sunday, December 12 2010

Yesterday's symposium on Wikileaks and internet freedom was like a great jazz concert. We got an all-star array of great musicians who know how to play from a score that is being written in real-time; we heard many great ... Read More

PdFLeaks: Jay Rosen on Wikileaks and the Watchdog Web

BY Micah L. Sifry | Sunday, December 12 2010

Or, the new media ecology in six easy tweets: See also Doc Searls' take. Read More

[UPDATED] Notes on an Early Afternoon #pdfleaks Continues

BY Nick Judd | Saturday, December 11 2010

Housekeeping note: For some reason, I can't tweet from @nclarkjudd at present. Please email me your bon mots, opinions, questions and thoughts in the meantime. We're also working to make sure the #pdfleaks hashtag is ... Read More

A PdF Reader on Wikileaks and Internet Freedom [UPDATED II]

BY Micah L. Sifry | Friday, December 10 2010

Here's a list of essential posts on current Wikileaks controversy, starting with coverage by techPresident's editors and including posts by the various speakers in Personal Democracy Forum's December 11 New York City ... Read More

The Program for the PdF Symposium on Wikileaks and Internet Freedom

BY Micah L. Sifry | Friday, December 10 2010

Saturday morning from 10am to 2pm, the Personal Democracy Forum (PdF) community is gathering to explore the impact of Wikileaks and ponder the future of internet freedom, at Riverpark in Manhattan (450 East 29th Street). ... Read More

One Researcher-Entrepreneur on "Banning" Wikileaks

BY Nancy Scola | Friday, December 10 2010

Stuart Shulman is both an assistant professor in UMass Amherst's political science department and the CEO of a company called Texifter, which builds text-analysis software tools and counts amongst its clients the FCC and ... Read More

The Web's Social Contract: Does It Exist? Are Wikileaks Takedowns Breaking It?

BY Nancy Scola | Thursday, December 9 2010

(Consider this a rough, unformed thought. But given the rapidity with which Wikileaks news is following these days, it seems to make sense to move quickly in getting this down on pixels.) Read More

News Briefs

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First POST: Cheers

How to not overreact to the Sony hack; the FCC admits it lost nearly 680,000 open internet comments; a great civic app wish-list; and much, much more. GO

tuesday >

First POST: Dealing

As North Korea's Internet mysteriously goes down, doubts remain about the source of the Sony hack; Facebook's Russia dilemma; some big news in open government data; and much, much more. GO

monday >

First POST: Brewing

How Democratic tech firms are jockeying for 2016 presidential roles; the FEC inches back into regulating the Internet; why Tumblr is a social justice movement hotbed; and much, much more. GO

friday >

First POST: MonopSony

Debating whether the Sony hack is a national security issue; living in the Age of Outrage; how Black Twitter is changing the civil rights scene; and much, much more. GO

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