#Cyberculture agenda: “The Cyborg Bill of Rights v1.0”

The Cyborg Bill of Rights v1.0  Boing Boing by Richard MacKinnon   In anticipation of the battle for the body, we can envision a conflict among competing interests in property located within a person’s body and likely connected to externally controlled resources for storage, logging, and monitoring–for instance, a medical device–and we can imagine that someone’s … Read more

#Cyberculture agenda: “#DeleteUber: Users angry at Trump Muslim ban scrap app…

#DeleteUber: Users angry at Trump Muslim ban scrap app  AL JAZEERA ENGLISH (IN DEPTH)   Uber provided rides at JFK airport while other taxi drivers held strike over Trump’s ban on Muslim travellers. 2 big names in video games take on Trump’s immigration ban Mashable! by Adam Rosenberg   The Trump administration’s immigration ban has prompted a … Read more

Cyberculture agenda: We might be exposed to a coordinated SM campaign in the #Aleppo drama…

Those “final messages” from Aleppo Syria look more like a coordinated social media campaign than a cry for help@AnissaNow pic.twitter.com/GzASdXPwNU — IN THE NOW (@IntheNow_tweet) 14 Aralık 2016   Trump meets with tech leaders: Apple, Facebook, Google, Amazon, IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, Tesla, Intel  Boing Boing by Xeni Jardin   Photo: Donald Trump speaks as PayPal co-founder … Read more

Cyberculture agenda: “Digital Security Tips for Protesters

  Digital Security Tips for Protesters EFF.org Updates by Bill Budington After the election, individuals took to the streets across the country to express their outrage and disappointment at the result of the U.S. presidential election. Many protesters may not be aware of the unfortunate fact that exercising their First Amendment rights may open themselves up … Read more

Cyberculture agenda: “Digital Defenders” for kids about privacy and crypto… Israel and Survellance Industry…

Digital Defenders: a free open-licensed booklet for kids about privacy and crypto Boing Boing by Cory Doctorow European Digital Rights has created a free, CC-licensed kids’ booklet about privacy called Digital Defenders. How Israel Became a Hub for Surveillance Technology  The Intercept by Sharon Weinberger In 1948, the year Israel was founded, the Mer Group was established … Read more