Writing from the plane headed to the National Conference on Media Reform in Denver, CO, organized by the terrific folks at PPF’s longtime friends at Free Press.
Our tiny non-profit team was plainly excited when we heard that the Knight Foundation NewsChallenge had an #opengov theme, viz.: How might we improve the way citizens and governments interact?
Two of the PPF team will be at SxSW Interactive this week.
Barely a year after the defeat of SOPA, Congress is back to testing the waters for legislation that many internet users believe to be in violation of their fundamental rights to privacy and free expression.
This post has superseded my two previous link collection posts here and here.
A little while back the Cost of Knowledge site started up a boycott pledge list in response to mathematician Timothy Gowers' pledge to stop
Systematic Genocide ??
How's that for Keep It Simple, Stupid ???
On our side, what the Democratic Party has to offer is deterrence. We are talking rape here. Deterrence is all there is that can matter to women.
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