Links for January 31, 2013

textually.org: Obama Administration being petitioned to make unlocking cell phones legal How To: Using Optimizely to Run A/B Split Tests | Engage coming of age politically in different historical moments « Peter Levine Blank Spot No More: North Korea Now Visible on Google Maps, Via Volunteer Cartographers | TechPresident Obama Answers DREAMers’ Call For Action […]

Links for January 26, 2013

Richard Schiffman: Scientists Prove That Internet Trolls Are Wicked Report: Hackers take over U.S. Sentencing Commission’s website – The Hill’s Hillicon Valley

Links for January 26, 2013

ASSET Bill Giving Colorado Undocumented Students In-State Tuition Clears First Committee BBC: Iran Using Fake Blogs In Smear Campaign Targeting Journalists Anonymous Threatens Massive WikiLeaks-Style Exposure, Announced On Hacked Gov Site | TechCrunch Aaron Swartz Unlikely To Face Jail Or Conviction… Until Feds Decided To ‘Send A Message’ | Techdirt German Court Recognizes That An […]

Links for January 25, 2013

When the government approves of hacking – Salon.com Facebook Teams Up With Save.org To Study Suicide Victims’ Activities Prior To Deaths – AllFacebook Can Crowdsourcing Complete The Job Aaron Swartz Started In Freeing PACER? | Techdirt Newspaper Editorial Insists Hackers Must Be Punished, While Misunderstanding Nearly Every Detail | Techdirt Feds Pile On More Charges […]

Links for January 24, 2013

The Commission on Youth Voting and Civic Knowledge (update) « Peter Levine Forty public universities will offer free online courses with full credit starting this spring | The Verge Should a loyalty oath be part of a high school education? | Insiders Journalists and activists report having their Skype calls tapped | The Verge » […]

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