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[liberationtech] Seeking: comments on Hillary Clintons internet speech
jmornin at cyber.law.harvard.edu
Wed Feb 16 14:45:50 PST 2011
This email thread circulated yesterday on a Berkman Center list:
On 2/16/11 5:40 PM, Anne Roth wrote:
> I'm new, thus a short introduction: I'm Anne Roth, German blogger and
> media activist, live in Berlin. I've subscribed a month ago and am happy
> to see some familiar names and a lot of inspiring input.
> I was part of Indymedia when it was started in Germany 10 years ago, and
> have shifted towards blogging in 2007 after I got to be the collateral
> damage of a terrorism investigation directed at my partner who was
> suspected to be one of the masterminds of a leftwing terror group. I
> think I was the first to blog about what it's like to live with
> anti-terror surveillance in Germany. If you're interested in details:
> Since the case slowed down I started writing (and speaking) more
> generally about surveillance, data protection, privacy, repression,
> anything police-related, and good old media activism.
> The reason why I'm writing now is this: I have the dubious pleasure of
> being invited by the US embassy in Berlin tomorrow to discuss Hillary
> Clintons speech on 'the internet'. I'm in fact not following US policies
> on 'the internet' very closely.
> And so: if there's something you should think should be stressed, some
> details about current problems, law making, law cases you think ought to
> be mentioned: please let me know. URLs are just fine (but of course
> anything longer just as well).
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