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Blog: Huge COPPA class action suits indicate a privacy tsunami is near

Gamasutra - August 11, 2017 4525

This week, surprising class action suits against Disney, Nickelodeon and Kiloo proved COPPA is not a dead issue, giving game publishers a preview what the post-GDPR world will really be like. ...

“Tool Without a Handle: Reflections on 20 years from Reno v. ACLU”

Center for Internet & Society at Stanford Law School - June 25, 2017 1964

Mozilla’s Giant, Distributed, Open-Source Hackathon

The Mozilla Blog - May 30, 2017 522

Our annual Global Sprint is June 1 and 2. Scientists, developers, artists and educators will swap ideas and code to make the web a better place   Your skills and … Read more


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Sneakercon

Spigot Community via @LearningLurker - August 09, 2017 459

A Forum to Reexamine Offline Networks August 25-26, 201710am-5pmBrown InstitutePulitzer Hall, Columbia University2950 BroadwayNew York, NY 10027 Confirmed Speakers Nathan Freitas, The Guardian Project Hans-Christoph Steiner, The Guardian Project Eileen Guo, Journalist Charles Berret, Columbia Journalism School Gal Beckerman, New York Times Book Review Greta Byrum & Raul Enriquez, New America Foundation Jason Griffey, Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society Harlo Holmes, Freedom of the Press Foundation Ellie Irons, Artist & Educator Dia Kayyali, The Witness Project Josh King, Commotion Wireless Zach Mandeville & Dominic Tarr, Scuttlebutt Susan McGregor, Columbia Journalism School Deji Olukotun, Access Now Dan Phiffer, Mapzen Edwin Reed-Sanchez, SayCel Afsaneh Rigot, Article 19 Eleanor Saitta, James Warnock, Human Rights Foundation Carrie Winfrey, OK Thanks Creative with additional speakers from the Progressive Technology Project and others being added daily The Internet has grown so omnipresent today that it's easy to overlook the continuing role of "offline networks," systems for exchanging digital information that bypass the Internet.