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  • No Park | MIT Center for Civic Media
    Helena Puig Larrauri Ian Condry J Nathan Matias Jing Wang Joanna Kao Jude Mwenda Ntabathia Julia Ma Kalpana Jain Kate Crawford Katie Arthur Kyle Yuan Leo Bonanni Leo Burd Lilia Kilburn Lorrie LeJeune Luis Capelo Luis Natera Luisa Beck M C McGrath Marco Bani Mary Kenefake Matt Carroll Matt Stempeck Maya Wagoner Miho Kitagawa Mine Bek Mitchel Resnick Molly Sauter Pablo Rey Mazon Rahul Bhargava Rekha Murthy Ricarose Roque Rodrigo Davies Rogelio Alejandro Lopez Samuel Barros Sands Fish Sarah Jane Huber Sasha Costanza Chock Sayamindu Dasgupta Sean Flynn Stella Cao Stephen Suen Sue Schardt Sun Huan Wang Yu William Uricchio Willow Brugh Yesica Guerra Польза No Park No Park is a website for people interested in the hidden politics of the urban environment the way public space is appropriated for art making and how people re interpret the urban landscape for recreation and pleasure Here you will find guides for parkour buildering weird architecture public art hidden green space and the politics of our cities Functionality includes publicly accessible wiki video sharing and collaborative mapping Goals include a more robust mobile interface for smart phones i e full integration with existing map applications txt2wiki conversion for adding data via text

    Original URL path: https://civic.mit.edu/tool/no-park (2016-04-29)
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  • Sourcemap | MIT Center for Civic Media
    Graeff Eric French Ethan Zuckerman Gabi Schaffzin Gordon Mangum Guillermo Hailey Lee Heather Craig Helena Puig Larrauri Ian Condry J Nathan Matias Jing Wang Joanna Kao Jude Mwenda Ntabathia Julia Ma Kalpana Jain Kate Crawford Katie Arthur Kyle Yuan Leo Bonanni Leo Burd Lilia Kilburn Lorrie LeJeune Luis Capelo Luis Natera Luisa Beck M C McGrath Marco Bani Mary Kenefake Matt Carroll Matt Stempeck Maya Wagoner Miho Kitagawa Mine Bek Mitchel Resnick Molly Sauter Pablo Rey Mazon Rahul Bhargava Rekha Murthy Ricarose Roque Rodrigo Davies Rogelio Alejandro Lopez Samuel Barros Sands Fish Sarah Jane Huber Sasha Costanza Chock Sayamindu Dasgupta Sean Flynn Stella Cao Stephen Suen Sue Schardt Sun Huan Wang Yu William Uricchio Willow Brugh Yesica Guerra Польза Sourcemap Sourcemap is a 2010 spin off from the Center for Civic Media dedicated to helping companies and consumers find out where things come from through innovative crowd mapping software Through a free open data website sourcemap com and enterprise versions of the platform Sourcemap connects people across global supply chains in the pursuit of social environmental and financial sustainability Sourcemap was named among Bloomberg Businessweek s Most Promising Social Entrepreneurs 2012 Ethisphere named Sourcemap s Founder and CEO and Civic

    Original URL path: https://civic.mit.edu/tool/sourcemap (2016-04-29)
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  • Tools at the Center for Future Civic Media | MIT Center for Civic Media
    MIT Center for Future Civic Media TimeLab 2100 is a new Augmented Reality AR game READ MORE Many Eyes Many Eyes is a bet on the power of human visual intelligence to find patterns Our goal is to democratize visualization and to enable a new social kind of data analysis READ MORE Scratch Scratch is a new programming language that makes it easy to create your own interactive stories animations games music and art and share your creations on the web READ MORE Scratch workshop How do I see the world How do you see the world How can we understand each other solve problems collaboratively and express ourselves READ MORE Hero Reports September 11th showed us we re vulnerable We are not immune to terrorism we are part of the battleground But its horror also showed us our strength READ MORE QuickVotes get Selectricity for your site Quickvotes are about finding your choices quickly in order of preference They are like polls but are built on Selectricity s heavy duty election machinery READ MORE Pages first previous 1 2 COMMUNITY A Shapiro Aditi Mehta Alexa Mills Alexander Ho Alexandre Goncalves Alexis Hope Ali Hashmi Alyssa Wright Amy Johnson Andre Muggiati Andres Lombana Bermudez Andrew Whitacre Anne Callahan Arlene Ducao Audubon Dougherty Aviva Hope Rutkin Catherine D Ignazio Charlie DeTar Cheekay Cinco Chelsea Barabas Chris Peterson D Denise Cheng Edward L Platt Edward Schiappa Emilie Reiser Erhardt Graeff Eric French Ethan Zuckerman Gabi Schaffzin Gordon Mangum Guillermo Hailey Lee Heather Craig Helena Puig Larrauri Ian Condry J Nathan Matias Jing Wang Joanna Kao Jude Mwenda Ntabathia Julia Ma Kalpana Jain Kate Crawford Katie Arthur Kyle Yuan Leo Bonanni Leo Burd Lilia Kilburn Lorrie LeJeune Luis Capelo Luis Natera Luisa Beck M C McGrath Marco Bani Mary Kenefake Matt Carroll Matt

    Original URL path: https://civic.mit.edu/tools?page=1 (2016-04-29)
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  • penney | MIT Center for Civic Media
    What is a chilling effect The idea theorized in a US context by Schauer in 1978 was that laws might have an effect on legal protected and desired activities Judges have been skeptical about this idea In Laird v Tatum judges claimed that chilling effects were not a cognizable injury In response to recent NSA cases chilling effects were dismissed as too speculative Scholars agree Kendrick argued that chilling effects

    Original URL path: https://civic.mit.edu/category/blog-tags/penney (2016-04-29)
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  • copyright | MIT Center for Civic Media
    basis Many open questions remain including the magnitude of chilling effects and their reach In his dissertation Jon set out to answer some of those questions Google Plus One Tweet Widget Facebook Like Read more about The Effects of Surveillance and Copyright Law on Speech Jon Penney at Berkman natematias s blog HOPE X Can You Patent Software Submitted by elplatt on July 20 2014 6 09pm Can You Patent Software Liveblogged at HOPE X Ed Ryan Patent Attorney Will be talking about the Alice v CLS Bank decision So can you patent software Short answer yes In the US the power to issue patents comes from the Constitution and is meant to encourage innovation Patents involve a trade you get a monopoly on making something for a limited amount of time but you have to tell us how you made it It s common wisdom that patents are good but Ed asks if that really holds up for software He argues that being secretive over ideas in tech is wasteful and that the main benefit of software patents is to allow people to talk about their ideas without the need for secrecy Software is usually patented as a process or a machine However laws of nature natural phenomena and abstract ideas can t be patented When you patent the basic building blocks of an industry you in effect own that industry Software patents go against the long held ideals of sharing in open source Google Plus One Tweet Widget Facebook Like Read more about HOPE X Can You Patent Software elplatt s blog Improving the interface to disabled YouTube videos Submitted by kdriscoll on February 4 2009 1 14am One seldom discussed effect of Warner Music Group s locust like raid on the YouTube community is the loss of

    Original URL path: https://civic.mit.edu/category/blog-tags/copyright (2016-04-29)
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  • chilling effects | MIT Center for Civic Media
    Lab What is a chilling effect The idea theorized in a US context by Schauer in 1978 was that laws might have an effect on legal protected and desired activities Judges have been skeptical about this idea In Laird v Tatum judges claimed that chilling effects were not a cognizable injury In response to recent NSA cases chilling effects were dismissed as too speculative Scholars agree Kendrick argued that chilling

    Original URL path: https://civic.mit.edu/category/blog-tags/chilling-effects (2016-04-29)
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  • surveillance | MIT Center for Civic Media
    felt he could morally do It was even worse that he was prevented from telling anyone about the request Question Could you talk to an attorney Ladar Because the request was tied to criminal investigation I was able to consult an attorney If it s a classified warrant you need permission from the FBI before contacting a lawyer He wanted to talk to others to get more information about these types of requests but he couldn t Question If you start a big company What do you do when a government agency asks to tap your metadata you appeal and you lose Google Plus One Tweet Widget Facebook Like Read more about HOPE X Ethical Questions and Best Practices for Service Providers in the Post Snowden Era elplatt s blog HOPE X Ask the EFF This Year On the Internet Submitted by elplatt on July 21 2014 11 48am Liveblogged at HOPE X The speakers have cautioned that this talk is not legal advice Nate Cardozo Attorney Kurt Opsahl Attorney Adi Kamdar Activist Peter Eckersley Technology Projects Director Eva Galperin Global Policy Analyst It s been a busy year at the EFF They ve been focusing a lot on the national security space over the last year Kurt Opsahl works on NSA cases Jewel v NSA has been going on since 2008 related to AT T s involvement with NSA wiretapping First Unitarian v NSA is focused on the right of association and your right to anonymity in who you associate with Just earlier this week the EFF and ACLU joined Smith v Obama Kurt also works on a case arguing that National Security Letters are unconstitutional and is defending the decision against appeal Google Plus One Tweet Widget Facebook Like Read more about HOPE X Ask the EFF This Year On the Internet elplatt s blog Codesign Studio Mar 1 2 CounterSurveillance DiscoTech Submitted by beckyh on February 24 2014 8 23pm Our Spring 2014 Codesign Studio codesign mit edu has begun This semester we re experimenting with a few new pieces Surveillance theme all of our partnerships are with partners who are organizing and creating around issues of surveillance Distributed partnerships partners this semester are not just Boston based DiscoTech Hackathon we re supporting a distributed DiscoTech discovering technology event which is a sort of inclusive hackathon Partners As always our partners and students are amazing Here s a link to the recorded live stream of all of the partner presentations Google Plus One Tweet Widget Facebook Like Read more about Codesign Studio Mar 1 2 CounterSurveillance DiscoTech beckyh s blog ICU Oakland Surveillance Camera Walking Tours and Anti Surveillance Community Organizing Submitted by beckyh on February 24 2014 8 22pm contributors Sarah Reilly Design Action Collective Salima Hamirani Jesse Strauss Coalition for Justice for Oscar Grant Bex Hurwitz RAD MIT Center for Civic Media Mark Burdett EFF Emi Kane Allied Media Projects orig post date Oct 2013 UPDATE Check out Oakland Privacy Group s post for the

    Original URL path: https://civic.mit.edu/category/blog-tags/surveillance (2016-04-29)
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  • berkman | MIT Center for Civic Media
    natematias on December 9 2014 2 26pm Are social computing and data science just tools for the powerful or can they be used to question power and reshape the structures that influence us It s a question I ve been wondering as I ve watched civic tech academic communities idolize the employees and alums of big corporations and governments partly because of the resources they have and partly because it seems like these companies are the sole gatekeepers of social experiments and large scale interventions to influence society Google Plus One Tweet Widget Facebook Like Read more about Supporting Change from Outside Systems with Design and Data Stuart Geiger on Successor Systems natematias s blog Emoji Karaoke at the Boston Internet Research Party Submitted by natematias on July 23 2014 1 09pm Two weeks ago Kate Miltner Amy Johnson and I organized the first Boston Internet Researchers Party hosted by the Center for Civic Media Microsoft Research and the Berkman Center for Internet and Society Everything is better when we stick together evwrythingIsAwesome at the Civic MSR Berkman Internet research party pic twitter com HVefxwJDKO J Nathan Matias natematias July 8 2014 Google Plus One Tweet Widget Facebook Like Read more about Emoji Karaoke at the Boston Internet Research Party natematias s blog Summary of posts about Berkman Center s Workshop Understanding the New Wave of Social Cooperation Submitted by Huan Sun on April 4 2012 1 07pm On March 21st Harvard Berkman Center hold a workshop entitled Understanding the New Wave of Social Cooperation A Triangulation of the Arab Revolutions European Mobilizations and the American Occupy Movement and the class of Networked Social Movements reflected on this event through this series of blog posts Artist As Researcher Researcher As Artist Gabi Google Plus One Tweet Widget Facebook Like Read

    Original URL path: https://civic.mit.edu/category/blog-tags/berkman (2016-04-29)
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