Twitter's Irish data protection move Paid Members Public
Interesting shift from Twitter [https://support.twitter.com/articles/20172527]: > If you live outside the United States, our services are now provided to you by Twitter International Company, our company based in Dublin, Ireland. Twitter International Company will be responsible for handling your account information under Irish privacy and data
The Assange Myths Paid Members Public
Nice post on the New Statesman from David Allen Green [http://jackofkent.com], attempting to bring legal facts to the many consipracy-ish theories around the Julian Assange situation [http://www.newstatesman.com/blogs/david-allen-green/2012/08/legal-myths-about-assange-extradition] .
Super Injunction Linkage Paid Members Public
Not really had much to say on this, beyond what I said back when it was all about Trafigura [https://onemanandhisblog.com/archives/2009/10/the_day_twitter_destroyed_a_gagging_orde.html]. But here are some interesting links that have crossed my radar: * Charlie Beckett gives us a quick
RSA: The Rise and Fall of Information Empires Paid Members Public
Liveblogged notes from a talk by Tim Wu about the book The Rise and Fall or Information Empires, given at the RSA, London
Researching Media Law and Online Publishers Paid Members Public
Judith Townend [http://posterous.com/people/4wjLiFjs3sWt], she who has given up life at journalism.co.uk for PhDing, is running a survey around media law and online publishers/bloggers [http://fromtheonline.com/2010/08/20/whats-a-journalist-and-do-they-understand-law/] . Help academia flourish by filling it out [https://spreadsheets.google.com/viewform?hl=
Mindsets Beat Codes of Conduct Paid Members Public
So, Code of Conduct [http://radar.oreilly.com/archives/2007/04/draft_bloggers_1.html], hmm? Setting boundaries on our online debates? Interesting idea. And one I’m late to, I know. I’ve been letting my thoughts on the matter stew slowly in my brain over the last week.