Monthly Archives: February 2011

Search Me!

Once again, Google is in the news, and the spotlight is on yet another way that the company plays a role in governing the net.  This New York Times article uses J. C. Penny as a case study to detail the … Continue reading

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The Deciders, the Dividers, and the Advertisers

I just got home from the 2011 Robert L. Levine Lecture at Fordham given by Jeffrey Rosen and called “The Deciders: the future of privacy and free speech in the age of Facebook and Google”.  It was great – challenging, … Continue reading

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