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A REGULATORY FRAMEWORK FOR THE INTERNET? – Cybersalon Submission

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Open Workshop for “Regulating The Internet”

Newspeak House, 2nd May 2018 at 6.30PM House of Lords committee for Regulating The Internet is seeking submissions before 11th May. Cybersalon will hold Open Workshop to formulate a combined submission. The Lords have posted a set of specific questions/ ...

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Key Cybersalon Educational Workshops over last 6 months

Video archive   March 2018 – Cybersalon provided workshop for Middlesex University for new Wikipedia women editors at Middlesex University, led by Stefan Lutschinger, member of faculty at BA Digital Media and Eva Pascoe, Cybersalon. – 1 day workshop focused ...

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Aspirational intelligence – Net.Wars by Wendy Grossman

Originally posted on pelicancrossing.net “All commandments are ideals,” he said. He – Steven Croft, the Bishop of Oxford – had just finished reading out to the attendees of Westminster Forum’s seminar (PDF) his proposed ten commandments for artificial intelligence. He’s ...

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YouTube – The Dark Side (Latest Event)

In case you missed our last event…

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Recent Event Videos

YouTube – The Dark Side Games for Good Taking Back Control Through WhatsApp Man and Machine Watching Me Watching You

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In sync – Net.Wars by Wendy Grossman

Originally published on pelicancrossing.net Until Wednesday, I was not familiar with the use of “sync” to stand for a music synchronization license – that is, a license to use a piece of music in a visual setting such as a ...

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YouTube – The Dark Side

We have to talk about YouTube. Over 4bln videos are hosted but is it a force for good or evil? YouTube and Google know your deepest desires and darkest fantasies, but also your home location and which is your local ...

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Can Games help us to make the word a better place?

Takeaways from Games For Good – Cybersalon 25th January 2018 Over 2.2 bln people  world-wide will be playing games in 2018. A hit game is fun but also an opportunity for deep learning and transformative experience. As technology, politics and ...

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Bodies in the clouds – Net.Wars by Wendy Grossman

Originally published on pelicancrossing.net This year’s Computers, Privacy, and Data Protectionconference had the theme “The Internet of Bodies”. I chaired the “Bodies in the Clouds” panel, which was convened by Lucie Krahulcova of Access Now, and this is something like ...

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