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[liberationtech] Live Webcast - Personal Democracy Forum 2014 - Save the Internet, The Internet Saves

Steven Clift clift at e-democracy.org
Fri Jun 6 07:28:51 PDT 2014


Day two is under way ... lots of civic tech/open gov speakers.

They tend to webcast the plenaries. Just started.

      http://bit.ly/pdf14webcast

Program: http://bit.ly/pdf14program

In addition to Twitter chat ...
https://twitter.com/search/?q=%23PDF14

... join the growing Open Government and Civic Technology Facebook
Group (1380+ members) to discuss speakers:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/opengovgroup/

(Based on outreach we are doing to "wired" elected officials and
social media folks in gov, this is a key channel for connecting open
gov ideas to new folks in emerging circles of power and influence.)


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Steven Clift - http://stevenclift.com
  Executive Director - http://E-Democracy.org
  Twitter: http://twitter.com/democracy
  Tel/Text: +1.612.234.7072


On Thu, Jun 5, 2014 at 8:32 AM, Steven Clift <clift at e-democracy.org> wrote:
> One of the best net democracy related events in world is webcasting
> now. An amazing collection of speakers.
>
> They tend to webcast the plenaries. Just started.
>
>       http://bit.ly/pdf14webcast
>
> Session are today and Friday.
>
> Twitter:
> https://twitter.com/search/?q=%23PDF14
>
>
> From:
> http://bit.ly/pdf14program
>
> Today - Save the Internet
>
> 9:00 am Eastern
> The Battle for the Open Internet
> One Year After Snowden
> Bruce Schneier
> How to Fight Mass Surveillance: Reset the Net
> Holmes Wilson and Tiffiniy Cheng
> Encryption is for Everyone
> Jillian York
> 10:00 - 10:30Coffee Break
> Sponsored by Microsoft
> 10:30 - NoonSurveillance and Its Discontents
> A Conversation Across Cyberspace
> Edward Snowden in conversation with John Perry Barlow
> The Political Fight for the Open Internet
> MEP Marietje Schaake
> Fashioning a Defense Against Surveillance
> Adam Harvey
> Why We Need the IndieWeb
> Tantek Çelik
> Noon - 1:00The Internet's Double-Edged Sword
> The Slow Burn of Oppression / The Slow Burn of Social Change
> An Xiao Mina
> Why Block It? How Authoritarian Regimes Take Advantage of Social Media
> Katy Pearce
> Now I Know Who My Comrades Are: How Internet Activists Overcome
> Isolation, Fear and Apathy
> Emily Parker
> Movements in a Connected Age: Better at Changing Minds, Worse at Changing Power?
> Zeynep Tufekci
>
> 4:30 pm Eastern
>
> The Future of the Public Internet
> Leapfrog Democracies: From Tunis to Tallinn, and Quito Too
> David Evan Harris
> The Internet's Missing Link: Tools for Turning Talk into Action
> Benjamin Knight
> Who's At The Table?
> Andre Banks
> Practices of the Minimally Viable Utopia
> Adam Greenfield
> The Bright Promise of Dark Fiber
> Susan Crawford
> Reconfiguring Democracy for the Internet Age: The Fight of a Generation
> Rebecca MacKinnon
> Building the Public Internet
> Sue Gardner
>
> More on Friday ...
>
> The Internet Saves
>
> Yes. Yes, We Can.
> By The People: Government Service is a Civic Duty
> Matthew Burton
> Hidden in Plain Sight: Detroit's Invisible Information Crisis
> Jerry Paffendorf
> The GovStack: Delivering Government as a Platform
> Mike Bracken
>
>
> NoonThe Civics of Tech
> The 3rd of July
> Brad Smith
> The Calculus of Civic Engagement
> Anthea Watson Strong
> Mind Mapping the Civic Tech Space
> Marci Harris
> Made in NYC: Civic Hacking 102
> Noel Hidalgo
> Introductions
> Stacy Donohue
> Tech for Good: Tumml and Urban Impact Entrepeneurship
> Julie Lein and Clara Brenner
> Crowdfunding and Urban Poverty
> Rose Broome
> The Connected Skilled Trades Workshop
> James Dunbar
>
>
> Changing Culture, Changing Politics
> The Bombastic Brilliance of Black Twitter
> Kimberly Ellis
> The Era of Big Campaigns is Over... So What Era Are We In?
> Chuck DeFeo
> Virtual Jiu-Jitsu: Whose Stigma Is It Now?
> Ilyse Hogue
>
> Closing Plenary
> Full Stack Advocacy
> Joe Green
> Love Thy Neighbor...Hood
> Ben Berkowitz
> Sharing The Future
> Brian Chesky
> The Problem With Petitions: Working With Leaders, Not Just At Them
> Jake Brewer
> The Post-Digital Decade
> Patrick Ruffini
> Five Ideas For A New America
> Anne-Marie Slaughter
> The Changing Speed Of Change
> Clay Shirky
>
>
> Steven Clift - http://stevenclift.com
>   Executive Director - http://E-Democracy.org
>   Twitter: http://twitter.com/democracy
>   Tel/Text: +1.612.234.7072
>


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