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March 16, 2012

Berkman Buzz

This week’s Berkman Buzz

  • Ethan Zuckerman unpacks ‘Kony 2012′ [link]

  • The metaLAB introduces the world to Biblio, your new library friend [link]

  • The CMLP explores the First Amendment issues surrounding the Fluke/Limbaugh incident [link]

  • Mako Hill encourages greater communication about DRM [link]

  • Aaron Shaw reviews a new paper on “wiki surveys” [link]

  • A Global Voices Guide to SXSW [link]

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March 3, 2012

[berkman] Berkman Buzz

This week’s Berkman Buzz

  • Ethan Zuckerman explores civic video [link]

  • Berkman & the MIT Center for Civic Media examine “truthiness” [link]

  • danah boyd announces The Kinder & Braver World Project: Research Series [link]

  • Mayo Fuster Morell reports on the OWS Forum on the commons [link]

  • The Internet & Democracy Project releases new paper on Internet’s impact on Russian politics, media, and society [link]

  • Zambia: Ban Ki-moon Calls on Nation to Respect Gay Rights [link]

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October 9, 2011

Berkman Buzz

This week’s Berkman Buzz:

  • Dan Gillmor writes about Steve Jobs’ legacy:
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  • CMLP posts a guide to citizen journalism from #OccupyWallStreet:
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  • Ethan Zuckerman recaps Ramesh Srinivasan’s talk on Digital Diversity:
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  • Herdict discovers an interview with an Internet censor:
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  • Wendy Seltzer discusses how to keep Android open:
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  • Weekly Global Voices: “Slovakia: New Draft Law Threatens Internet Freedom”
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August 19, 2011

Berkman Buzz

This week’s Berkman Buzz:

  • Incoming fellow Vivek Kundra reflects on his last days at the White House:
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  • Wendy Seltzer talks Google, Motorola, and patents:
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  • Ethan Zuckerman interviews Sasha Costanza-Chock about his plans as a new Assistant Professor of Civic Media at MIT:
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  • Changes at Chinese search engine Baidu unexpectedly affect traffic to Herdict:
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  • Hal Roberts explores the relationship between web traffic locality and Internet control in China:
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  • Weekly Global Voices: “Dominican Republic: Rita Indiana, ‘Projects Like Mine Owe a Lot to Social Networks and the Internet'”
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July 29, 2011

Berkman Buzz

This week’s Berkman Buzz

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July 9, 2011

Berkman Buzz

The weekly Berkman Buzz:

* Citizen Media Law Project on Vermont’s amendment to its open records law.
* William McGeveran considers individual privacy and election law.
* Peter Suber breaks down the open access and copyright situation.
* OpenNet Initiative watches Australia turn on Internet filtering.
* Weekly Global Voices: “Togo: Fragile Truce Emerges After Five Weeks of Student Protests

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