Links for August 3, 2013

Tweeting to Raise Awareness | NTEN The Daily Dot – Activists to protest on 1984 Day in 20 U.S. cities Russian ‘SOPA’ Anti-Piracy Body Under Investigation For Software Piracy | TorrentFreak Yale University Criticized For Failing To Expel Students Found Guilty Of ‘Nonconsensual Sex’ | ThinkProgress After the whistle: Revealers of government secrets share how […]

Links for August 2, 2013

Bahrain’s Twitter Army Cracks Down on Dissent | FP Passport No Navalny Needed: New Restrictions for Uzbekistan’s Bloggers? — Obama picks O’Rielly for Republican FCC seat – The Hill’s Hillicon Valley Unlocking Bill Passes Committee, But There’s Still a Treacherous Road Ahead | Wired Opinion | NSA’s Internet taps can find systems to […]

Links for August 1, 2013

Here are the video and slides from NSA director’s Black Hat talk — Tech News and Analysis Attorneys General Want To Prosecute Web Companies For Users’ Posts 07/31/2013 Peru: Child Online Protection Bill Could Threaten Free Expression – Global Voices Advocacy Saudi Arabian Court Sentences Blogger To 7 Years, 600 Lashes Under Cybercrime Law | […]

Links for July 31, 2013

Boy Scouts introduce a sustainability merit badge | Grist BBC News – MPs ‘plan to question Twitter over abuse’ What Does the Manning Verdict Mean for Edward Snowden? | FP Passport » 10 Models for Student-Loan Repayment | Generation Progress How NSA leaks are changing minds among the public—and in Congress | Ars Technica Now […]

Links for July 30, 2013

Obamacare’s success hinges on ‘young and healthy’ purchasing insurance – First Read Teach for America’s Mission to Displace Rank-and-File Educators in Chicago – In These Times Daily Kos: Those crazy young Republicans are at it again Did the NSA Help New Zealand Spy on a Reporter in Afghanistan? – Philip Bump – The Atlantic Wire Liberal Forum Founder […]

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