Tagged with “law” (6)

  1. Mystery Writer Evokes The Sights, Sound And Grime Of 1970s New York : NPR

    Mystery Writer Evokes The Sights, Sound And Grime Of 1970s New York

    by August 07, 2014 3:23 AM ET

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  2. Cory Doctorow on intellectual property in a digital age

    In a keynote speech for The Literary Conference 2014, author and renowned digital publishing pioneer Cory Doctorow talks about his creative experiments on and offline, and addresses head-on the thorny question of ‘Intellectual Property in a Digital Age’.

    http://craphound.com/?p=5227

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  3. Stranger Than Fiction, Cory Doctorow Edition

    This week, Tim speaks with his childhood friend Cory Doctorow, who is digital rights activist, the co-editor of BoingBoing, and the author of several science fiction novels, including Little Brother and Homeland. Cory discusses why he writes for young adults, the state of copyright law, and more.

    http://www.slate.com/articles/podcasts/future_tense/2013/05/cory_doctorow_joins_tim_wu_for_the_slate_podcast_stranger_than_fiction.html

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  4. The SFFaudio Podcast #114 : SFFaudio

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  5. Wikileaks, the Web, and the Long, Strange Journey of Journalism

    Is it morally correct for the US to pursue prosecution of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange? Is alleged leaker of military documents Bradley Manning a hero or a traitor? And what do Wikileaks and the Internet mean to the future of journalism? James Moore, the New York Times bestselling author of "Bush’s Brain," is joined by technologist Ben Werdmuller from the UK, the creator of one of the web’s early social networking platforms, and KRLD Dallas radio host Scott Braddock, to discuss "Wikileaks, the Web, and the Long, Strange Journey of Journalism." Moore will lead the panel by arguing that Assange and Manning are heroic figures and ought to be honored in a culture that requires information to sustain a democracy. Werdmuller will offer his insight on the Internet’s long term reach and impact with regard to information, systems, and public access to data that was previously unavailable, and Braddock will articulate the perspective that Assange and Manning have done harm to America and its allies and need to be treated as people who have acted outside of the law. Audience participation and questions will be encouraged.

    http://schedule.sxsw.com/events/event_IAP000416

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  6. Scifi | Miette’s Bedtime Story Podcast

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