Cyberculture agenda: “The Snowden Treaty

The US’s Campaign Against Encryption Is Based on Blind Faith in Silicon Valley Stanford Center for Internet and Society by Center for Internet and Society Date published: September 22, 2015 “”The unanimous conclusion—the scientific consensus—in industry, in academia, and even among government experts is that there is a significant security risk associated with facilitating government access … Read more

Cyberculture agenda: “Google, Facebook and Twitter Protest Hollywood’s ‘SOPA Resurrection’”

Google, Facebook and Twitter Protest Hollywood’s ‘SOPA Resurrection’  TorrentFreak In recent months there have been several lawsuits in the U.S. in which copyright holders were granted broad injunctions, allowing them to seize domain names of alleged pirate sites. Twitter Now Makes It Possible to Harness Every Tweet Ever Wired Top Stories by Julia Greenberg Brands can now … Read more

Cyberculture agenda: Parents are comin’ Pew research shows parents mostly on Facebook and Pinterest…

Reddit’s new ‘no copyrighted material’ rule could technically kill /r/pics and others The Next Web by Mic Wright Most of the fevered talk about Reddit’s new content rules has focused on its half-hearted burying of offensive material. Fair Use App: a guide to fair use for online video creators  Boing Boing by Cory Doctorow Art from New Media Rights … Read more