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  1. Stilgherrian · Algorithms and the Filter Bubble, Take 3

    All publication is a political act. All communication is propaganda. All art is pornography. All business is personal. All hail Eris. Vive les poissons rouges sauvages!

    http://stilgherrian.com/conversations/algorithms-and-the-filter-bubble-take-3/

    —Huffduffed by rossp one week ago

  2. DPD011 – Auphonic wie funktioniert das? › PodUnion

    —Huffduffed by xmhk 9 months ago

  3. The law and technology behind Australia’s internet filtering | ZDNet

    Australia’s newly-announced internet "filtering" plan relies on an unprecedented interpretation of the law and will do little to prevent the spread of child abuse material.

    —Huffduffed by LukeBacon one year ago

  4. Curating the Crowd-Sourced World

    With all the stuff we weed through online, good filters are crucial. Who’s best-suited to determine what’s best, curators or the crowd? People have their religion about one or the other, however this panel will focus on the overlap, the grey areas and how curating and crowd-sourcing enrich each other.

    Jen Bekman, Jen Bekman Projects / 20x200

    Paddy Johnson, Art Fag City

    Nion McEvoy, Chronicle Books

    Dustin Hostetler, skinnyCorp

    Gina Trapani, Lifehacker.com

    —Huffduffed by michlr 3 years ago

  5. Interview with Colin Jacobs of Electronic Frontiers Australia Re: Australian Internet Filter

    TRYING to get all perspectives on the Internet filter regime, I’ve had the opportunity to interview another interested party regarding the proposed Australian Internet Filter, the Electronic Frontiers Australia. I spoke with Colin Jacobs of whom is representing them as Internet censorship spokesman.

    —Huffduffed by drzax 4 years ago

  6. Your Net Under Threat

    Earlier this year you might have heard the massive ruckus being kicked up by Australia’s online community. They were, and still are, angry about the Federal Government’s plan to bring in a compulsory internet filter, aimed at improving cyber-safety by blocking websites with criminal content. [Here it’s worth pointing out that the proposed filter does not only block "criminal content" but everything considered "Restricted Content" which has a far wider definition.]

    The Government’s released the report into the trial and say it’s all systems go – they want the filter in place by the middle of next year. Damian Smith spoke to Curtin University Internet Studies Lecturer Dr Tama Leaver on Morning Magazine.

    —Huffduffed by drzax 4 years ago

  7. ABC Radio National: Mandatory Internet Filter

    The Rudd Labor government made an election promise to bring in a mandatory internet filter for all Australian web users.

    The filter is part of a $125 million cyber-safety plan intended to protect children from inappropriate material on the web.

    There’s still no sign of the live trial of the technology that was due to start over a month ago, and in the meantime there’s increasing opposition to the plan.

    We hear opposing views on the merits of the internet filter.

    —Huffduffed by drzax 4 years ago

  8. Curating the Crowd-Sourced World

    With all the stuff we weed through online, good filters are crucial. Who’s best-suited to determine what’s best, curators or the crowd? People have their religion about one or the other, however this panel will focus on the overlap, the grey areas and how curating and crowd-sourcing enrich each other.

    Jen Bekman, Jen Bekman Projects / 20x200

    Paddy Johnson, Art Fag City

    Nion McEvoy, Chronicle Books

    Dustin Hostetler, skinnyCorp

    Gina Trapani, Lifehacker.com

    —Huffduffed by tommorris 5 years ago