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  • MIT Center for Civic Media | Innovating civic media tools and practices together with communities
    media sources a date range and some keywords to look for READ MORE Tools FOLD FOLD is an authoring and publishing platform for creating modular multimedia stories Some readers require greater context to understand complex stories READ MORE Blogs The Effects of Surveillance and Copyright Law on Speech Jon Penney at Berkman By J Nathan Matias on Apr 27 2016 From User to Citizen Erhardt Graeff at TICTec 2016 By

    Original URL path: https://civic.mit.edu/home?page=6 (2016-04-29)
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  • MIT Center for Civic Media | Innovating civic media tools and practices together with communities
    media sources a date range and some keywords to look for READ MORE Tools FOLD FOLD is an authoring and publishing platform for creating modular multimedia stories Some readers require greater context to understand complex stories READ MORE Blogs The Effects of Surveillance and Copyright Law on Speech Jon Penney at Berkman By J Nathan Matias on Apr 27 2016 From User to Citizen Erhardt Graeff at TICTec 2016 By

    Original URL path: https://civic.mit.edu/home?page=7 (2016-04-29)
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  • MIT Center for Civic Media | Innovating civic media tools and practices together with communities
    media sources a date range and some keywords to look for READ MORE Tools FOLD FOLD is an authoring and publishing platform for creating modular multimedia stories Some readers require greater context to understand complex stories READ MORE Blogs The Effects of Surveillance and Copyright Law on Speech Jon Penney at Berkman By J Nathan Matias on Apr 27 2016 From User to Citizen Erhardt Graeff at TICTec 2016 By

    Original URL path: https://civic.mit.edu/home?page=8 (2016-04-29)
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  • MIT Center for Civic Media | Innovating civic media tools and practices together with communities
    sources a date range and some keywords to look for READ MORE Tools FOLD FOLD is an authoring and publishing platform for creating modular multimedia stories Some readers require greater context to understand complex stories READ MORE Blogs The Effects of Surveillance and Copyright Law on Speech Jon Penney at Berkman By J Nathan Matias on Apr 27 2016 From User to Citizen Erhardt Graeff at TICTec 2016 By Rahul

    Original URL path: https://civic.mit.edu/home?page=64 (2016-04-29)
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  • MIT Center for Civic Media | Innovating civic media tools and practices together with communities
    issue s media coverage and let you identify interesting trends for more in depth analysis You can query the MediaCloud database by specifying media sources a date range and some keywords to look for Project Status Active For more information about using this tool contact rahulb media mit edu Team alihashmi elplatt EthanZ natematias rahulb Links dashboard mediameter org Google Plus One Tweet Widget Facebook Like All content Attribution ShareAlike

    Original URL path: https://civic.mit.edu/media-meter-dashboard (2016-04-29)
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  • Tools at the Center for Future Civic Media | MIT Center for Civic Media
    Vojo Vojo co is a hosted mobile blogging platform that makes it easy for people to post stories from inexpensive mobile phones via voice calls SMS and MMS READ MORE OurThings Sharing resources among a group can broaden individual access and foster a sense of community READ MORE VoIP Drupal VoIP Drupal is a unified communications framework that brings the power of voice and Internet telephony to Drupal sites READ MORE Cartagen Cartagen is a set of tools for mapping enabling users to view and configure live streams of geographic data in a dynamic personally relevant way READ MORE 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 READ MORE 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 READ MORE Pages 1 2 next last 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 Stempeck Maya Wagoner Miho Kitagawa Mine

    Original URL path: https://civic.mit.edu/tools (2016-04-29)
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  • FOLD | MIT Center for Civic Media
    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 FOLD FOLD is an authoring and publishing platform for creating modular multimedia stories Some readers require greater context to understand complex stories Using FOLD authors can search for and add context cards to their stories Context cards can contain videos maps tweets music interactive visualizations and more FOLD also allows authors to link stories together by remixing context cards created by other writers Jumping into complex news stories is difficult particularly stories requiring historical or technical context We hypothesize that the feeling of frustration and inadequacy that comes with not being able to understand the news causes readers to turn away from specific pieces or entire topics FOLD is an authoring and publishing platform allowing storytellers to structure and contextualize their stories to make their work

    Original URL path: https://civic.mit.edu/tool/fold (2016-04-29)
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  • The Effects of Surveillance and Copyright Law on Speech: Jon Penney at Berkman | MIT Center for Civic Media
    research also normalized the traffic to these articles to overall traffic on Wikipedia What did Jon find Firstly he found that after the Snowden reports sensitive content experienced a drop off But over time people started to realize that they probably wouldn t go to jail and the trend continued to increase over time But there s a problem there are two extreme outliers What were these Both of those outliers represent Israeli operations in Palestine leading large numbers of people to read articles about Hamas In a second analysis Penney developed a comparison group of security related non terrorism articles from the same homeland security list He also looked at the subset of potentially chilled articles that were rated as most risky by Turkers In this final analysis he showed that among those articles not only did fewer users read Wikipedia pages about those articles the trend line reversed the traffic to those articles declined over time In contrast the comparison group did not have a reverse in trend lines Penney suggests that there might be a long term ongoing chill from surveillance Do copyright laws like DMCA have a chilling effect on speech Next Jon tells us about the DMCA notice and takedown copyright enforcement scheme a statute that aims to police and enforce copyright on the internet For example imagine a blog on Google blogs Imagine that some blogger has posted a video without permission The rightsholder sends a DMCA notice to Google who will then take the video down The blogger can then decide if they want to accept the takedown or file a counter notice If they do file the rightsholder can file a lawsuit If not the video is restored This scheme has been criticized widely Many scholars have argued that this has a chilling effect there are millions of notices being sent every single day Wendy Seltzer described this as a chilling effect architecture a regulatory scheme that favors a chilling effect on users To test this Penney did a random sample of 500 Google blogs He visited each blog and coded them to identify which were online offline suspended locked and whether they had grounds for potential legal defenses He then followed up to find out why they had made those decisions The blogs in the sample ranged from business culture politics adult content science personal blogs and spam The targeted content on those blogs were text images music software and mixed What was the impact of the DMCA Of the 500 notices 88 of the content targeted by the notices was offline or inaccessible 12 was still accessible Among blogs that were targeted through the DMCA 43 of the blogs were still there the blog was suspended in 32 in the cases 13 of the blogs were deleted or relocated by the user Jon also analyzed the targeted content for potential legality Across several categories Jon found substantial percentages of likely legal content that had been taken down where the blog

    Original URL path: https://civic.mit.edu/blog/natematias/the-effects-of-surveillance-and-copyright-law-on-speech-jon-penney-at-berkman (2016-04-29)
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