A Rational Look at Assange, Manafort, and the Indictments

There’s been a lot of noise about the possibility of Indictments on Assange, with accusations thrown about both ways. So why not take a rational look at the facts? There’s been a lot of noise about the possibility of Indictments on Assange, with accusations thrown about both ways. So why not take a rational look […]
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Dragon Con 2018 Panels

Once more, it’s panel time. Once again, I’m an Attending Professional this year, and that means panels, but this year’s a little different. I’m only on the one Brit Track panel, and two EFF track panels, but I do get to add another track to my list, as the Alternate History Track joins Science, EFF, […]
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Dragon Con Video: Lawsuit Against Techdirt

I’ve been delaying this one a bit. Partly because I really don’t like how I look/sound here (again, pain and extreme fatigue), and partly because its somewhat of an ongoing matter, so I was constrained at the time by the need to not adversely affect the litigation. For those that don’t know, Techdirt (a site […]
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Dragon Con Videos: Fake News and Social Media: The New Propaganda?

Who wants more videos? Well of course you do! So now here’s time for the video from the panel entitled “Fake News and Social Media: The New Propaganda?” Who wants more videos? Well of course you do! So now here’s time for the video from the panel entitled “Fake News and Social Media: The New […]
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Dragon Con Videos: Journalism and Freedom of the Press in the Current Era

It’s time for another panel video from Dragon Con. This panel is Journalism and Freedom of the Press in the Current Era. It looked into the different challenges and problems facing journalism into 2017, from libel reform, to the rise of fake news and the backlash of that. It’s time for another panel video from […]
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Further Comments on Net Neutrality to the FCC’s Consultation

So, today was the deadline for the FCC’s badly named “Restoring Internet Freedom” consultation, before FCC Chairman Ajit Pai removes net neutrality, which has been the underpinning of the internet and enabled it to exist in the first place. So, today was the deadline for the FCC’s badly named “Restoring Internet Freedom” consultation, before FCC […]
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