Categories: legal, defamation, threats

Kapor, Disruptive Innovations, Part 2

berkeley, friends, policy, legal, podcasts, iSchool
[Mitch Kapor] gave the second installment of his [Distinguished Lecture] series on Disruptive Innovations here at the [UC Berkeley School of Information] this past Wednesday. This talk focused on the role of the internet and world-wide web and why… more »

MN Post Election Audit Summit (day 2)

elections, reform, standards, friends, research, policy, legal
(I've reopened comments on this post for a few days. BTW, this is post 999!) Today, I'm continuing my liveblogging of the [Post Election Audit Summit] in Minneapolis, MN. Debra Bowen (California Secretary of State) gave this morning's keynote (pict… more »

MN Post Election Audit Summit

elections, certification/testing, reform, secrecy, privacy, politics, berkeley, friends, research, policy, legal
##### I've reopened comments for a few days on this post. I'm here at the [Post Election Audit Summit] in Minneapolis, Minnesota. There are about 100 election officials, technical types and advocates in the same room talking about the very difficul… more »

Carl Malamud, "(Re-)Defining the Public Domain"

system, elections, copyright, open source, patents, berkeley, photos, research, policy, usability, legal, podcasts, education
[Carl Malamud] gave today's [Distinguished Lecture] at the [UC Berkeley School of Information] entitled, "(Re-)Defining the Public Domain". Audio of the event is [here][1] and some pictures are [here][2]. It was a fascinating talk -- almost a perf… more »

CA TTBR Document Review Reports are Published

elections, certification/testing, vendors, standards, news, privacy, research, policy, legal
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