Links for June 20, 2013

The Suddenly Booming Business of Secretive Communications | FP Passport The business of higher ed – Lawyers, Guns & Money : Lawyers, Guns & Money FBI Admits It Surveils U.S. With Drones | Threat Level | Phew, NSA Is Just Collecting Metadata. (You Should Still Worry) | Wired Opinion | Netizen Report: The […]

Links for June 19, 2013

FBI Driver’s License Photo Searches Raise Privacy Questions – The Times of London has built “The retweeter” to get its journalists to push its stories in social media » Nieman Journalism Lab Student Stories from Gainful Employment Programs UPDATED | Russian SOPA Passed First Reading | TechPresident Steve Wozniak Speaks Out Against NSA Spying: […]

Links for June 18, 2013

Orphaned in US, SOPA Finds Home in Russia – Global Voices Advocacy Know code, and want to know news? Apply for a Knight-Mozilla Fellowship » Nieman Journalism Lab The Daily Dot – Stop laughing at Miss Utah 2013 Google Opposes Russia’s ‘SOPA’ as Blocking Legislation Passes First Hurdle | TorrentFreak Christian College Demands Expelled Lesbian […]

Links for June 17, 2013

Our Schools, Cut Off From the Web – Tweeting the presidential election in Tehran – By David Kenner | FP Passport Politicians struggle with authenticity on Twitter, self-censorship prevails | Ars Technica Facebook, Microsoft: Government requests for user data in the thousands – The Hill’s Hillicon Valley Report: NSA admits listening to phone calls […]

Links for June 15, 2013

Women Gamers Fight Culture Steeped in Sexism – Campus Progress Everyone’s Rights are at Stake: Global Reach of US Surveillance Programs – Global Voices Advocacy Colorado Secretary Of State Responsible For Voter Suppression Fined For Ethics Violations | ThinkProgress Texas County Uses Electronic System To File Automatic Criminal Charges For Student Truancy, Complaint Alleges | […]

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