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Making it harder to de-anonymize speakers

From a press release:

In a case involving important First Amendment rights, the Citizen Media Law Project (“CMLP”) joined a number of media and advocacy organizations, including Gannett Co., Inc., Hearst Corporation, Illinois Press Association, Online News Association, Public Citizen, Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press, and Tribune Company, in asking an Illinois appellate court to protect the rights of anonymous speakers online by imposing procedural safeguards before requiring that their identities be disclosed.

The CMLP is a Berkman project. More here…

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3 Responses to “Making it harder to de-anonymize speakers”

  1. This comment is not related to the blog above. I just want to know if there is an updated Version of the Cluetrain Manifesto. Great book and I’d like to see what has happened/is happening since 1999. Can you recommend a book?

    Thanks,.

  2. David,

    Seems you have a stream of unrelated questions here :-)

    My is: Is your last night talk at Berkman (with Andrew) available in video, or in audio somewhere?

    There was a link before the event about video broadcast, but it’s now gone with no clue where to find it….

  3. Kirk, the 10th anniversary edition of Cluetrain will be out in June. It’s got the old content plus some new chapters ‘n’ stuff.

    Mirek, the webcast of the interview with Andrew Lih should be up at Media Berkman sometime soon (http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/mediaberkman), and will be on C-SPAN’s Book TV program at some unknown point.


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