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Bonnie Sutton

Keep the Internet Open - 1 views

OP-ED CONTRIBUTOR Keep the Internet Open http://www.nytimes.com/2012/05/25/opinion/keep-the-internet-open.html?smid=fb-share Daniel Haskett By VINTON CERF Published: May 24, 2012 ...

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started by Bonnie Sutton on 18 Jul 12 no follow-up yet
Bonnie Sutton

The New Political Economy of Urban Education: Neoliberalism, Race, and the Right to the... - 2 views

(Summer 2011) http://www.tcrecord.org/Content.asp?ContentID=16509 The New Political Economy of Urban Education: Neoliberalism, Race, and the Right to the City reviewed by Noel S. Anderson ...

urban politics economy neoliberalism race city

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Bonnie Sutton

Digital Divide, Mobile Divide, Knoeledge Divide, Access Divide, are we a nation of oppo... - 1 views

http://thepowerofus.org/2012/01/06/digital-divide-mobile-divide-knowledge-divide-access-divide-are-we-a-nation-of-opportunity/ We Still Have a Digital Divide and it is growing!!'We Still Have a Di...

digital divide access knowledge vint cerf Bob Kahn nation of opportunity

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Bonnie Sutton

Why We're Building a Civic Commons - And How You Can Be Part of It - 1 views

ttp://civiccommons.org/2011/06/building-a-civic-commons/ Why We're Building a Civic Commons - And How You Can Be Part of It | By Andrew McLaughlin Walk down any major street in any ci...

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Bonnie Sutton

The United Nation's Take on Digital Citizenship - 1 views

Guest Post: The United Nation's Take on Digital Citizenship Christine Kane on the Internet Governance Forum! This week the United Nations' Internet Governance Forum (IGF) met in Kenya. No one is...

Internet Governance UN take ideas on digital citzenship international citizenship

started by Bonnie Sutton on 27 Mar 12 no follow-up yet
Bonnie Sutton

La difference' is stark in EU, U.S. privacy laws - 1 views

La difference' is stark in EU, U.S. privacy laws EU citizens well protected against corporate intrusion, but red tape is thick http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/15221111/ns/technology_and_sc...

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Bonnie Sutton

National Cyber Security Alliance Announces New Agreement with the U.S. Department of Ed... - 0 views

National Cyber Security Alliance Announces New Agreement with the U.S. Department of Education, NIST and National Cybersecurity Education Council to Promote Formal Cyber Security Education Programs...

Stay Safe on Line . the www.staysafeonline.org. cybersecurity

started by Bonnie Sutton on 28 Oct 11 no follow-up yet
Bonnie Sutton

How to Rescue Education Reform - 1 views

How to Rescue Education Reform Gracía Lam By FREDERICK M. HESS and LINDA DARLING-HAMMOND Published: December 5, 2011 SHARE THE debate over renewing No Child Left Behind, the education reform ac...

Linda Darling Hammond Reform NCLB federal Goverment education

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Bonnie Sutton

U.S. Report Sees Perils to America's Tech Future - 1 views

U.S. Report Sees Perils to America's Tech Future In report, Commerce Department looks at competitive threats and internal weaknesses in new report http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/92231...

America's tech future innovation advanced technology produces STEM

started by Bonnie Sutton on 09 Jan 12 no follow-up yet
Claude Almansi

Lessig: Keynote - e-G8 with subtitles | Universal Subtitles - 0 views

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    " Video Info English (181 Lines) Czech (100 %) Italian (100 %) Spanish (100 %) Ukrainian (100 %) "...We should say to modern democratic government, you need to beware of incumbents bearing policy fixes. Because their job, the job of the incumbents, is not the same as your job, the job of the public policy maker. Their job is profit for them. Your job is the public good. And it is completely fair, for us to say, that until this addiction is solved, we should insist on minimalism in what government does. The kind of minimalism Jeff Jarvis spoke off when he spoke of "do no harm". An internet that embraces principles of open and free access, a neutral network to guarantee this open access, to protect the outsider. But here is the one think we know about this meeting, and its relationship to the future of the internet. The future of the internet is not Twitter, it is not Facebook, it is not Google, it is not even Rupert Murdoch. The future of the internet is not here. It wasn't invited, it does not even know how to be invited, because it doesn't yet focus on policies and fora like this. The least we can do is to preserve the architecture of this network that protects this future that is not here."
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    Additional subtitles in other languages can be made from the same page.
Bonnie Sutton

Information Needs of Communities: The Changing Media Landscape in a Broadband Age - 1 views

Submitted: June 9, 2011 - 3:29pm Originally published: June 9, 2011 Last updated: June 9, 2011 - 3:35pm Source: Federal Communications Commission Author: press release Location: Federal Communicati...

Information needs of community broadband enabled innovation citizen Journalism

started by Bonnie Sutton on 10 Jun 11 no follow-up yet
Claude Almansi

WHO | New world report shows more than 1 billion people with disabilities face substantial barriers in their daily lives - 0 views

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    "New world report shows more than 1 billion people with disabilities face substantial barriers in their daily lives Governments should step up efforts to enable access to mainstream services and to invest in specialized programmes to unlock the vast potential of people with disabilities News release 9 June 2011 | New York - WHO and the World Bank today revealed new global estimates that more than one billion people experience some form of disability. They urged governments to step up efforts to enable access to mainstream services and to invest in specialized programmes to unlock the vast potential of people with disabilities. World report on disability provides global estimates The first-ever World report on disability provides the first global estimates of persons with disabilities in 40 years and an overview of the status of disability in the world. New research shows that almost one-fifth of the estimated global total of persons living with disabilities, or between 110-190 million, encounter significant difficulties. The report stresses that few countries have adequate mechanisms in place to respond to the needs of people with disabilities. Barriers include stigma and discrimination, lack of adequate health care and rehabilitation services; and inaccessible transport, buildings and information and communication technologies. As a result, people with disabilities experience poorer health, lower educational achievements, fewer economic opportunities and higher rates of poverty than people without disabilities. "Disability is part of the human condition," says WHO Director-General Dr Margaret Chan. "Almost every one of us will be permanently or temporarily disabled at some point in life. We must do more to break the barriers which segregate people with disabilities, in many cases forcing them to the margins of society.""
Bonnie Sutton

Phone Hacking, Regulation of Social Networking Services - 1 views

What the Hacking Scandal Means for Regulation of Social Networking Services http://www.cdt.org/blogs/287what-hacking-scandal-means-regulation-social-networking-services ret by Omer Tene July 28, ...

Regulations for Social networking Hacking scandal Rupert Murdoch Myspace

started by Bonnie Sutton on 09 Aug 11 no follow-up yet
Bonnie Sutton

New framework for an open Internet agreed at OECD - 1 views

New framework for an open Internet agreed at OECD http://benton.org/node/80148 Submitted: June 29, 2011 - 5:23pm Originally published: June 29, 2011 Last updated: June 29, 2011 - 5:40pm S...

OECD the Internet Stakeholder Approach New Framework for

started by Bonnie Sutton on 30 Jun 11 no follow-up yet
Bonnie Sutton

Broadband Adoption Key To Jobs and Education Connect To Compete - 1 views

Connect To Compete Overview http://www.ednetinsight.com/news-alerts/featured-news/broadband-adoption-key-to-jobs-and-education.html Washington, DC - Last week, Chairman Genachowski unveiled his pr...

connect to Compete Genachowski Pew Charitable Trust national effort address the digital divide

started by Bonnie Sutton on 21 Oct 11 no follow-up yet
Bonnie Sutton

New coalition seeks to protect future of broadcasting - 1 views

New coalition seeks to protect future of broadcasting By Gautham Nagesh A diverse coalition of businesses and public interest organizations will launch Tuesday with an aim of safeguarding the futu...

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Bonnie Sutton

E-Books and Wi-Fi Up, Open Hours Down at Public Libraries - 2 views

Submitted: June 21, 2011 - 6:10pm Originally published: June 21, 2011 Last updated: June 21, 2011 - 6:23pm Source: Government Technology Location: Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Sea...

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started by Bonnie Sutton on 23 Jun 11 no follow-up yet
Bonnie Sutton

The Hill Technology IssueWatch Newsletter‏ - 1 views

Supreme Court to weigh warrantless GPS tracking By Gautham Nagesh and Brendan Sasso The Supreme Court will hear oral arguments Tuesday in a case to determine whether police need a warrant to trac...

the Hill patient data electronic medical records. gps

started by Bonnie Sutton on 04 Nov 11 no follow-up yet
Claude Almansi

Facebook to assemble global team of 'diplomats' - San Jose Mercury News - Mike Swift - 2011-05-22 - 0 views

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    "With 70 percent of its more than 600 million members outside the United States, Facebook is creating its own foreign service, hiring a network of ambassadors from India to Ireland to represent the Palo Alto-based social network with foreign governments and cultures. Facebook's new global policy team will monitor the local political landscape and act as multilingual, TV-friendly communicators in countries and for cultures that, in many cases, have very different values and laws about privacy and personal communications than the U.S."
Claude Almansi

Plan Would Force U. of Wisconsin to Return $39-Million in U.S. Broadband Grants - Wired Campus - The Chronicle of Higher Education - 0 views

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    "June 8, 2011, 7:01 pm By Marc Parry A budget approved by a legislative committee last week would force the University of Wisconsin to return $39-million in federal grants awarded to expand high-speed Internet access across the state, state education officials said. The plan would also require all University of Wisconsin institutions to withdraw from WiscNet, a nonprofit network cooperative that services the public universities, most of the technical and private colleges in Wisconsin, about 75 percent of the state's elementary and high schools, and 95 percent of its public libraries, according to David F. Giroux, a spokesman for the university system. (...) Another provision in the plan would bar any University of Wisconsin campus from participating in advanced networks connecting research institutions worldwide, according to Mr. Evers's memo. For example, the Madison campus would have to withdraw from Internet2, a high-speed networking consortium, said Mr. Giroux."
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    That's what Lessig had in mind when he said: "Think about the question of broadband policy. (…) The US has been a dismal failure in this respect. As we watch the US going from number 1 in broadband penetration, now to, depending on the scale, number 18, 19, or 28. And that change is because of policies that effectively block competition for broadband providers. Their answer, these broadband providers brought to our government, and got our government to impose actually benefited them and destroyed the incentives for them to compete in a way that would drive broadband penetration. (…)" From Lessig's Keynote Address at g8 7:48 - 8:42 - http://www.universalsubtitles.org/en/videos/C6wmjKWrZwlP/
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