#Cyberculture agenda: “After nearly two decades in the dark, Facebook releases its human rights policy

Access Now – Mar 16, 2:31 PM

Facebook today released a Corporate Human Rights Policy for the first time in its 17-year history, becoming the latest Big Tech company to publicly articulate its commitments to upholding human rights. While Access Now is encouraged by Facebook’s

Wikipedia plans to charge large organizations using its encyclopedia

This week we talk about non-fungible tokens, digital art collectors, and what it’s like to sell one of your tweets.
The sale also catapulted Beeple, named Mike Winkelmann, to become one of the top three most valuable living artists.
Bloomberg – William Turton – Mar 9, 1:32 PM

Hacker group says it wanted to show prevalence of surveillance Video footage was captured from Sequoia-backed startup Verkada A group of hackers say they breached a massive trove of security-camera data collected by Silicon Valley startup Verkada

Partnering with University of Nevada, Reno Reynolds School of Journalism Students, EFF Collects and Aggregates Data about Police Surveillance

SAN FRANCISCO—The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) is pleased to announce it has received the James Madison Freedom of Information Award for Electronic Access for its groundbreaking, crowd-sourced Atlas of Surveillance, the largest-ever collection of searchable data on the use of surveillance technologies by law enforcement agencies across the country.

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