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What Just Happened on Reddit? Understanding The Moderator Blackout | Social Media Collective
J. Nathan Matias is researching a PhD on Reddit - here's his take on the moderator blackout from a few weeks back:
reddit  moderation  community  messageboard  forum  censorship  speech  policy  work  labor  volunteer 
july 2015 by driscoll
Georgia Court Censorship Order Threatens Message Boards Everywhere | Electronic Frontier Foundation
1. Write maudlin poem 2. Copyright troll people who share that poem 3. Profit! 4. Bonus round: chill speech.
Copyright  speech  freespeech  messageboard  bbs  safeharbor  troll  threat  law  cyberlaw  chillingeffects 
march 2013 by driscoll
BREAKING NEWS: Twitter Stands Up For One Of Its Users
Way to do the right thing, Twitter! ACLU: Twitter fights subpoena for information about user
occupywallstreet  ows  speech  activism  platform  privacy  law  police  twitter  location  mobile 
may 2012 by driscoll
The pirates of YouTube | Technology | guardian.co.uk
I dont agree with blatant piracy but I fully expect it is within "fair usage" or "reasonable use" that I could take a snippet or a clip of something I saw in a programme and upload it ?

I'm not entirely against this statement... but I can see a problem with it from a legal point of view...
words such as "blatant", "snippet", "clip", "saw in a programme", "upload" are very easy to stretch to breaking point
publicdomain  dmca  copyright  google  industry  speech  freespeech  fairuse  freeculture  contentid  video  youtube  piracy 
january 2012 by driscoll
American Rhetoric: Rhetorical Devices in Sound
prime audio examples of rhetorical devices in action (warning: sounds will play)
rhetoric  speech  audio  performance  sound  language  academia  communication  pragmatics 
july 2011 by driscoll
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