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Monthly Archives: September 2011

“Anon hackers are ‘criminals’ in so far as …” Sep 30, 2011

“Anon hackers are ‘criminals’ in so far as any hacker has inevitably broken a host of laws; some individuals involved may also have a criminal history. And yet most hackers either implicitly or explicitly have critiques of the laws they … Continue reading

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upcoming conferences Sep 27, 2011

I just added several relevant conferences to our Events Calendar, including some fast-approaching submission deadlines. Here’s the brief info, check the calendar and the links for more: Marxism and New Media (Durham, NC) Jan 20-21, 2012 250-500 word abstract due … Continue reading

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Sony PS3 users’ gotta brand new license— and it sucks. Sep 20, 2011

I know that lots of people have lots to say about this, so I’ll give a brief introduction. Sony Playstation Network and its associated online services released an update to the Terms of Service which explicitly states that users must agree … Continue reading

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Mexico murders show how Internet empowers, threatens Sep 18, 2011

I wrote this op-ed for CNN and I thought you might find it interesting. Two days ago, I learned about two young people killed by drug gangs in the border city of Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, their corpses bound and hung … Continue reading

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