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Colleagues at Berkman analyze the first 18 days of data from tweets about the iranian elections. It's a much bigger phenomenon than the Moldova data set, with many more participants, but has a similar Pareto distribution. Fascinating to see how common retweeting was within the set of data. People are raising concerns about the decision to publish the most prominent tweeters, fearing Iranian government retaliation... a real challenge in working on publicly available data like this.
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Thoughtful interview of Dan Gillmor - focuses on what journalism looks like in the future, with a close focus on creating a demand for great journalism, not just ensuring a supply. Dan's in search for a better term than media literacy, but lots of the discussion is about creating better readers to create better journalism
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My colleagues at Berkman release a scholarly report that argues that there's far less stranger danger online for children than we commonly percieve. Unsurprisingly, some of the attorneys general who commissioned the report aren't entirely thrilled with the conclusions. This should be interesting to watch.
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Important discovery by Hal Roberts: major China-focused censorship circumvention tools are aggregating and selling web data and will sell you data on the behavior of individual users if you pass their screening test. This is incredibly dangerous and bad practice, and a powerful reminder of how much sensitive data circumvention sites end up holding about their users.
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My colleague Lokman Tsui takes a close look at Global Voices as a case study for "hospitality", a philosophical position of openness that starts from a commitment to listen to different voices. Sorry to miss the lecture live, but glad to have a chance to watch this ivdeo after the fact,
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