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Rem Palpitt

Du gouvernement comme plate-forme… ou l'inverse « InternetActu.net - 0 views

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    Brad Burnham, optimiste, estime que les grands réseaux devront trouver un équilibre entre pouvoir étatique et initiative privée, à l'image de Craiglist qu'il cite en exemple et dont le crédo est "un gouvernement gouverne mieux quand il gouverne moins". Nul service n'est une île, rappelle l'analyste… Sauf que pour l'instant, le web ouvert semble bien compromis face à la monarchie Apple ou à la dictature Facebook.
Rem Palpitt

Against Transparency : the perils of openness in government (par Lawrence Lessig) - 2 views

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    The perils of openness in government.
Rem Palpitt

State of the Union 2.0: The Illusion of Democracy? - 1 views

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    whitehouse-logo-mar09.pngBoth YouTube and the White House announced today that this year's State of the Union address will be broadcast on the YouTube channel Citizentube, as well as streamed live and broadcast to your iPhone. In addition to these Internet broadcasts, both announced that the average Joe or Jane Citizen would get a chance to ask the president some questions this time around, by way of a contest on Google Moderator.
Rem Palpitt

Al Gore, the Internet and the Future of American Politics - 0 views

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    Asked if government should fund journalism, as recommended by a recent study commissioned by the Columbia University Journalism School, Gore, a former newspaperman and a frequent critic of the press, said: "I don't think so, I don't think so...I think those who propose government-funding for the support of newspapers are overlooking the essential number of the relationship between the press and the government. And you think about Richard Nixon or George W. Bush. Dick Cheney. The first time some news organization that receives government support decides to be antagonistic toward the government. Whatever source of leverage the person in charge of the government has is a potential danger to the integrity of that news organization."
Rem Palpitt

Democracy 2.0 Awaits an Upgrade (NYTimes, via @fondapol) - 0 views

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    President Obama declared during the campaign that "we are the ones we've been waiting for." That messianic phrase held the promise of a new style of politics in this time of tweets and pokes. But it was vague, a paradigm slipped casually into our drinks. To date, the taste has proven bittersweet.
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