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#SOCIALMEDIA #cyber-utopianism #internet-centrism #BBCNewsnight [http://bit.ly/fNrj7i] @evgenymorozov ~ The Power of the Internet, Not?



Eugeny Morozov{ EM about}, author of The Net Delusion, will be on Newsnight 17 Jan 2011.



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January 17, 2011 Posted by | "Collateral Murder" video, actor-network theory, Afghanistan documents, anonymity online, anonymous whistleblowing, Birgitta Jónsdóttir, Bradley Manning, Canberra cyber security centre, China, Citizen 2.0, citizen journalism, cognitive infilltration, connective knowledge, connectivism, crowd sourcing, cyber attacks, cyber crime, cyber espionage, cyber security, cyber terrorism, cyber warfare, cyber-utopianism, cyberpunk, cyberspace, Cyberspace Policy Review, cypherpunk, Daniel Domscheit-Berg, Daniel Ellsberg, data journalism, data leakage, data security, data-dump journalism, Defence Signals Directorate (DSD, Department of Homeland Security, Der Spiegel, digital forensics, digital journalism, diplomatic cables, Echelon spy system, Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), encryption, Evgeny Morozov, FaceBook, FGI, free government information [FGI], Frontline Club, Government 2.0, hacker culture, Hrafnsson, Indentity Ecosystem Framework, info-war, information silos, insider security, insider threats, Internet, internet activism, internet-centrism, investigative journalism, Iraq War 2003, Iraq war logs, Jaron Lanier, Jónsdóttir, Julian Assange, Manning, National Center for Cybersecurity and Communications (NCCC), National Security Agency [NSA], National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace, net neutrality, network anomalies, Network security, network theory, NSA, on-line rights, ontology, Open data, open source, organisational network analysis, P2P, P2P Foundation, Peer-to-Peer, Phorm, Pretty Good Privacy (PGP), privacy, Protecting Cyberspace as a National Asset Act (PCNAA), rogue employee, Semantic Web, silo effect, Single Person Organisation [SPO], social media, social networks, social semantic web, social silos, techno-libertarianism, The Crypto Anarchist Manifesto, Tim Burners-Lee, Tor, trust, trust models, Twitter, Virtual Private Network (VPN), virtual tunnel, visualisation, Web 2.0, WikiLeaks | Leave a comment

#TUNISIA #WIKILEAKS #socialmedia #twitrev ~ Twitter revolution and the new Arab Media Space?



Tunisia and the New Arab Media Space
Marc Lynch, Foreign Policy, 15 Jan 2011


Tunisia: Can We Please Stop Talking About ‘Twitter Revolutions’
Luke Allnutt, Tanglered Web blog, 15 Jan 2011




The WDIK column
Twitter is proving to be important. It wouldn’t be so important if there were no mobile feeds into the system.

The Tunisian authorities, it is reported, had the Internet as tight as a gnats bottom – as China has. Though the news is that just before he flew the coop to Malta/France/Saudi Arabia (probably right now sitting down by the poolside with an ice-cool Carlesberg, evoking for me the iconic Heinekin scene at the end of Ice Cold in Alex…oh, perhaps not, it’s a dry country),



Internet Ali removed some of the filters. Or – as we’ll learn sooner than later – the current regime did, in order to reduce the pressure.



January 15, 2011 Posted by | actor-network theory, anonymity online, anonymous whistleblowing, China, Citizen 2.0, citizen journalism, connective knowledge, connectivism, cyber security, cyber-utopianism, cyberspace, data journalism, data leakage, data security, data-dump journalism, digital journalism, diplomatic cables, Government 2.0, Govt 3.0, Indentity Ecosystem Framework, info-war, insider security, insider threats, Internet, internet activism, internet-centrism, investigative journalism, Julian Assange, Manning, media, net neutrality, Network security, network theory, on-line rights, Open data, open source, P2P, P2P Foundation, Peer-to-Peer, privacy, Single Person Organisation [SPO], social media, social networks, techno-libertarianism, Tim Burners-Lee, trust, trust models, Twitter, U.S. diplomatic cables, U.S.Embassy cables, Web 2.0, Web 3.0, WikiLeaks, WikiLeaks vs. The Yes Men | Leave a comment

#WIKILEAKS A capacity for trust model




CEOs say creativity most important in next 5 years





Both from The Practice of Leadership blog by George Ambler.



January 15, 2011 Posted by | actor-network theory, anonymity online, anonymous whistleblowing, Citizen 2.0, citizen journalism, cognitive infilltration, connective knowledge, connectivism, conspiracy, crowd sourcing, cyber attacks, cyber crime, cyber espionage, cyber security, cyber terrorism, cyber warfare, cyber-utopianism, data leakage, data security, digital forensics, Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), encryption, Government 2.0, Govt 3.0, hacker culture, Indentity Ecosystem Framework, info-war, insider security, Internet, internet activism, investigative journalism, Julian Assange, National Center for Cybersecurity and Communications (NCCC), National Security Agency [NSA], National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace, net neutrality, network anomalies, network e-discovery, Network security, network theory, on-line rights, Open data, open source, P2P, P2P Foundation, Peer-to-Peer, Semantic Web, social media, social networks, social semantic web, trust, trust models, Twitter, Web 2.0, WikiLeaks | Leave a comment

#WIKILEAKS #mediadebate #datajournalism #isassangeajournalist ~ The Frontline Club “On the Media” debate, 11 January 2011 [http://bit.ly/evOlDB]


We never know for certain what another person is really thinking. Even if they chose to tell us, we can never know whether they’re telling the truth, or the whole truth. And by the same token nobody can can know our thoughts as we can know them.



Ralph Messenger, Director Centre for Cognitive Science, ‘The University of Gloucester’ – David Lodge’s novel “…Thinks.”



Frontline Club “On the Media: WikiLeaks Holding a mirror to journalism” discussion in association with BBC College of Journalism held 11 Jan 2011.


Hosted by Richard Gizbert – presenter, Al Jazeera English


Panel


Ian Katz – Guardian, deputy editor
David Aaronovitch – Times columnist (homepage)
Gavin MacFayden – director of The Centre for Investigative Journalism
Mark Stephens – media lawyer, currently on the Assange team



January 13, 2011 Posted by | "Collateral Murder" video, Afghanistan documents, anonymous whistleblowing, citizen journalism, Daniel Ellsberg, data journalism, data leakage, data security, data-dump journalism, Frontline Club, Guardian, investigative journalism, Iraq War 2003, Iraq war logs, Israel Shamir, New York Times, Shell/Nigeria, Twitter, U.S. diplomatic cables, U.S.Embassy cables, WikiLeaks, Yemen | Leave a comment