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>    1. Re: g0v Summit Live Webcasts - 9pm Eastern US,    7pm Pacific
>       (Tonight Friday May 13 in US) #g0vsummit
>       (Dr Margarita Kefalaki_COMinG)
>    2. Politwoops in more countries (Yosem Companys)
>    3. TOMORROW: Sean Kanuck on "Deterrence and Arms Control in
>       Cyberspace" at Stanford CISAC at 12 pm (Yosem Companys)
>    4. MONDAY at Stanford: Humanitarian Tech - A Discussion
>       w/Benetech (Yosem Companys)
>    5. Re: g0v Summit Live Webcasts - 9pm Eastern US, 7pm Pacific
>       (Tonight Friday May 13 in US) #g0vsummit (Steven Clift)
>    6. Stanford Events | Entrepreneurship in the Philippines 5/17
>       (Yosem Companys)
>    7. May 19-20 at Stanford: workshop on programming    languages and
>       security (Yosem Companys)
>    8. At Stanford,      5/19 at 12 pm: European Parliament and the
>       Blockchain (Yosem Companys)
>    9. At Stanford on May 18 at 4:30 pm in Gates B03: Privacy
>       Properties of Telephone Metadata (Yosem Companys)
>   10. Stanford Applied Cybersecurity: Web Attacks in the        Real World
>       (Yosem Companys)
>   11. Community Technology in Cuba Report (peter miller)
>   12. some info for you (WEBAIC)
>   13. At Stanford TODAY: Trading and New Developments in        the Crypto
>       Space (Yosem Companys)
>   14. Fwd: [G4C] Google is looking for game developers  interested
>       in donations (Yishay Mor)
>   15. Fwd: Call for Participation for the first FSFE    summit
>       (Moritz Bartl)
>   16. 2016 Aspen Institute Communications & Society Program Guest
>       Scholar DUE Monday, May 23 (Yosem Companys)
>   17. Final Call for papers: HHRR and Technology
>       (Mariateresa Garrido Villareal)
>   18. Job opening: Ass. Professor in Digital Humanities and
>       Information Cultures at the University of Amsterdam (Carolin Gerlitz)
>   19. Fw: you've got to see that (cypherpunks)
>   20. Re: Fw: you've got to see that (Cooper Quintin)
>   21. Travel Guide to Cybersecurity Policy for Human    Rights
>       Defenders (Yosem Companys)
>   22. IranCubator; United for Iran's Newest Project (United4Iran Info)
>   23. New mailing list for digital activists (Anthony Papillion)
>   24. Re: New mailing list for digital activists (Robert Guerra)
>   25. Introducing SilentKeys Secure Keyboard (Iann De Maria)
>   26. Re: Introducing SilentKeys Secure Keyboard (Anne Roth)
>   27. Counterfeiters use Instagram to sell fake luxury  goods -
>       Washington Post (Andrea St)
>   28. Launching the 2016 Open Government Awards; this year inviting
>       civil society to submit their initiatives (Yosem Companys)
>   29. New Citizen Lab Report - Stealth Falcon (Ronald Deibert)
>
>
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------
>
> Message: 1
> Date: Fri, 13 May 2016 18:17:31 +0300
> From: "Dr Margarita Kefalaki_COMinG" <mke at coming.gr>
> To: "'liberationtech'" <liberationtech at lists.stanford.edu>,
>         "'newswire'" <newswire at groups.dowire.org>, "'brigade'"
>         <brigade at codeforamerica.org>, "'liberationtech'"
>         <liberationtech at mailman.stanford.edu>, "'eGovIG IG'"
>         <public-egov-ig at w3.org>, <NCDD-DISCUSSION at lists.ncdd.org>,
>         <practitioners at ecampaigningforum.com>, <fuzz at codeforamerica.org>
> Subject: Re: [liberationtech] g0v Summit Live Webcasts - 9pm Eastern
>         US,     7pm Pacific (Tonight Friday May 13 in US) #g0vsummit
> Message-ID: <000c01d1ad2a$925b3e60$b711bb20$@coming.gr>
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>
> ?he 2nd International Conference of Management (ICCM2016) was of a great
> success.
> You can take a look at
> The conference abstract book:
> http://coming.gr/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/Abstract_Book_ICCM20161.pdf
> The ICCM2016 Press Release:
> http://coming.gr/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/ICCM2016_Press-Release.pdf
>
> Please share without moderation!
>
> Have a great day!
>
> Respectively yours,
> Dr Margarita Kefalaki
> President
> Communication Institute of Greece
> URL: http://coming.gr/
> Address: Artemidos 12, Moschato, 18345
> E-mail: mke at coming.gr , Tel.: +30 6989478611
>
>
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: liberationtech [mailto:liberationtech-bounces at lists.stanford.edu]
> On Behalf Of Steven Clift
> Sent: Friday, May 13, 2016 6:10 PM
> To: newswire; brigade; liberationtech; eGovIG IG;
> NCDD-DISCUSSION at lists.ncdd.org; practitioners at ecampaigningforum.com;
> fuzz at codeforamerica.org
> Subject: [liberationtech] g0v Summit Live Webcasts - 9pm Eastern US, 7pm
> Pacific (Tonight Friday May 13 in US) #g0vsummit
>
> Webcast live from Taiwan:
> http://summit.g0v.tw/2016/live
>
> In English and Mandarin Chinese. Live streams from three rooms.
>
> Here is where to check for your local start time:
>
> http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=g0v+Summit&iso=20160514T0920&p1=241
>
>
> http://g0v.tw is the one of the world's fantastically successful
> citizen-driven civic tech movements in the world. With their g0v Summit
> they bring in some of the world's best speakers and then share it out
> online as well.
>
> More:
> http://summit.g0v.tw/2016
>
> Follow:
> https://twitter.com/hashtag/g0vsummit?src=hash
> Also follow g0v founder: https://twitter.com/clkao
> https://www.facebook.com/g0v.tw/
>
> Coming up first ...
>
> http://summit.g0v.tw/2016/schedules
>
>
> 09:20 - 09:30  (Local Taiwan Time)
>
>
> Opening
> 09:30 - 10:00
> Keynote 1: The Civics of Civic Tech
> Felipe Heusser
>
> Power?R1
>
> Upgrading the organizing capacity of activism with civic tech
> 10:00 - 10:30
> How to extend Civic Tech to civic organizations (NPO, NGO, and the
> media) in KOREA?
> Hoony Jang
> 10:30 - 11:00
> Data For Social Good ? Data-driven Charity Hsieh, Tsung Chen
> 11:00 - 11:30
> Break
> 11:30 - 12:00
> >From .org to .g0v ?Internet participant and digital challenge of NGO in
> Taiwan Y.H. Kao
> 12:00 - 12:30
> On the Yellow Brick Road One Hundred Years Later: The Journey of
> Reinvention of a Classical NGO Sergejus Muravjovas
>
> Foundation?R0
>
> Global reimplementions of media, elections, governments and public
> decisions
> 10:00 - 10:30
> Democracy and Civic Engagement as an Open Media Charlotte Richard
> 10:30 - 11:00
> Government (Participatory) Mapping
> Yantisa Akhadi
> 11:00 - 11:30
> Break
> 11:30 - 12:00
> Digital participation strategy in Podemos party.
> Yago Bermejo Abati
> 12:00 - 12:30
> Pol.is in Taiwan: Bridging the gap between public discourse, consultation,
> and policy Colin Megill
>
> Construction?R2
> Open-culture experiments with data and technology
> 10:00 - 10:30
> Charging towards the Taiwan Open Government Data License Lucien Lin
> 10:30 - 11:00
> Cities are the key to engage citizens into open data Katarzyna Miko?ajczyk
> 11:00 - 11:30
> Break
> 11:30 - 12:00
> Importance of having an Arts database in Asia Venus Lui
> 12:00 - 12:30
> Do We Need Open Digital Libraries for Chinese Publication in Public
> Domain? and How?
> Bobby Tung
> 12:30 - 13:30
> Lunch
>
> More:
> http://summit.g0v.tw/2016/schedules
>
> Steven Clift  -  Executive Director, E-Democracy.org
>    clift at e-democracy.org  -  +1 612 234 7072
>    @democracy  -  http://linkedin.com/in/netclift
>    http://1radionews.com - My radio app
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> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 2
> Date: Fri, 13 May 2016 09:10:58 -0700
> From: Yosem Companys <companys at stanford.edu>
> To: Liberation Technologies <liberationtech at lists.stanford.edu>
> Subject: [liberationtech] Politwoops in more countries
> Message-ID:
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>
> From: Arjan El Fassed <arjan at openstate.eu>
>
> Just to let you know we added several more parliaments and politicians
> to Politwoops, especially in Latin America and some other countries.
>
> If you want to let your country's politicians' deleted tweets to be
> visible again, let us know to see how we can help.
>
> http://openstate.pr.co/128382-politwoops-makes-progress-in-latin-america
>
> Please contact me at arjan at openstate.eu if you're interested.
>
> Arjan El Fassed
> Open State Foundation
>
> PS. On June 1, we're hosting and organising TransparencyCamp Europe -
> in Amsterdam, The Netherlands https://transparencycamp.eu hope to see
> a number of you there. We have more than 300 open government champions
> from all over Europe present.
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 3
> Date: Fri, 13 May 2016 11:38:03 -0500
> From: Yosem Companys <companys at stanford.edu>
> To: Liberationtech Events <liberationtech-events at lists.stanford.edu>,
>         Liberation Technologies <liberationtech at lists.stanford.edu>
> Subject: [liberationtech] TOMORROW: Sean Kanuck on "Deterrence and
>         Arms Control in Cyberspace" at Stanford CISAC at 12 pm
> Message-ID:
>         <
> CANhci9Hkf0dCEYyOAbKKGSD8VhGY5kNRUvg26jyd1+6BvxU9Rw at mail.gmail.com>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="utf-8"
>
> From: Catherine McMillan <camcmill at stanford.edu>
>
> Deterrence and Arms Control in Cyberspace
>
> Sean P. Kanuck, Office of the Director of National Intelligence
>
> May 17, 2016 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
>
> RSVP required by 5PM May 13.
>
> CISAC Central Conference Room
> Encina Hall, 2nd Floor
> 616 Serra St
> Stanford, CA 94305
>
> Abstract: For four years running now, the Director of National
> Intelligence?s Worldwide Threat Assessment to Congress has led with cyber
> threats to national and international security.  Under statute, the several
> National Intelligence Officers constitute the most senior advisors of the
> US Intelligence Community in their areas of expertise.  This discussion
> with the National Intelligence Officer for Cyber Issues will begin by
> highlighting the technology trends that are having a transformational
> change on cyber security and the future of intelligence.  It will then
> assess strategic developments in international relations and their
> implications for deterring malicious activity in cyberspace.  The analysis
> will focus on the (in)applicability of existing arms control mechanisms and
> deterrence principles to modern information and communication technologies.
>
> About the Speaker: Sean Kanuck was appointed as the first National
> Intelligence Officer for Cyber Issues in May 2011.  Mr. Kanuck came to the
> National Intelligence Council after a decade of experience in the Central
> Intelligence Agency?s Information Operations Center, including both
> analytic and field assignments.  In his Senior Analytic Service role, he
> was a contributing author for the 2009 White House Cyberspace Policy
> Review, an Intelligence Fellow with the Directorates for Cybersecurity and
> Combating Terrorism at the National Security Council, and a member of the
> United States delegation to the United Nations Group of Governmental
> Experts on international information security.
>
> Prior to government service, Mr. Kanuck practiced law with Skadden Arps et
> al. in New York, where he specialized in mergers and acquisitions,
> corporate finance, and banking matters.  He is a member of the
> International Institute for Strategic Studies, and his academic
> publications focus on information warfare and international law.  Mr.
> Kanuck holds degrees from Harvard University (A.B., J.D.), the London
> School of Economics (M.Sc.), and the University of Oslo (LL.M.).
>
>
> http://cisac.fsi.stanford.edu/events/registration/220860
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> Message: 4
> Date: Fri, 13 May 2016 12:10:05 -0700
> From: Yosem Companys <companys at stanford.edu>
> To: Liberationtech Events <liberationtech-events at lists.stanford.edu>,
>         Liberation Technologies <liberationtech at lists.stanford.edu>
> Cc: Edward H Wang <ewang7 at stanford.edu>
> Subject: [liberationtech] MONDAY at Stanford: Humanitarian Tech - A
>         Discussion w/Benetech
> Message-ID:
>         <
> CANhci9FVmfjtjHVL_vBriiJznO65MxUZVtW0Eu8QG-aafn-A+Q at mail.gmail.com>
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>
> From: Edward H Wang <ewang7 at stanford.edu>
>
> Where does tech fit into humanitarian aid and protecting human rights?
> Why aren't technological solutions often effective in humanitarian
> contexts?
> Which solutions ARE effective, and how do we learn from them?
>
> Join the Head of Technical Communities at Benetech, Deep Datta, and CS +
> Social Good for a roundtable conversation on humanitarian/crisis aid tech
> and how we might approach developing solutions to difficult problems.
> As always, people of all majors, interests, and backgrounds are welcome.
>
> Mon. May 16, 6:30 pm @ Florence Moore Hall
> FREE: yummy snacks and a meaningful discussion.
> RSVP here at bit.ly/CSSGhumtech, and we'll even drop a few intriguing
> articles your way on the subject. :)
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> Message: 5
> Date: Sat, 14 May 2016 07:43:03 -0500
> From: Steven Clift <clift at e-democracy.org>
> To: newswire <newswire at groups.dowire.org>, brigade
>         <brigade at codeforamerica.org>, liberationtech
>         <liberationtech at mailman.stanford.edu>, eGovIG IG
>         <public-egov-ig at w3.org>, NCDD-DISCUSSION at lists.ncdd.org,
>         "practitioners at ecampaigningforum.com"
>         <practitioners at ecampaigningforum.com>, "fuzz at codeforamerica.org"
>         <fuzz at codeforamerica.org>
> Subject: Re: [liberationtech] g0v Summit Live Webcasts - 9pm Eastern
>         US, 7pm Pacific (Tonight Friday May 13 in US) #g0vsummit
> Message-ID:
>         <
> CAO9TZ0W-JqrXnRTGA01siW1wHFLDhSjo4ASyvnZwpC0kU9aSUw at mail.gmail.com>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=UTF-8
>
> If you are waking up in North America and want to check out this
> conference, I have some good news.
>
> The webcast is automatically archiving and available on-demand:
>
> http://summit.g0v.tw/2016/live
>
> Tweets:
> https://twitter.com/hashtag/g0vsummit?src=hash
>
> Schedule:
> http://summit.g0v.tw/2016/schedules
>
>
> Steven Clift  -  Executive Director, E-Democracy.org
>    clift at e-democracy.org  -  +1 612 234 7072
>    @democracy  -  http://linkedin.com/in/netclift
>    http://1radionews.com - My radio app
>
>
>
> On Fri, May 13, 2016 at 10:10 AM, Steven Clift <clift at e-democracy.org>
> wrote:
> > Webcast live from Taiwan:
> > http://summit.g0v.tw/2016/live
> >
> > In English and Mandarin Chinese. Live streams from three rooms.
> >
> > Here is where to check for your local start time:
> >
> http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=g0v+Summit&iso=20160514T0920&p1=241
> >
> >
> > http://g0v.tw is the one of the world's fantastically successful
> > citizen-driven civic tech movements in the world. With their g0v
> > Summit they bring in some of the world's best speakers and then share
> > it out online as well.
> >
> > More:
> > http://summit.g0v.tw/2016
> >
> > Follow:
> > https://twitter.com/hashtag/g0vsummit?src=hash
> > Also follow g0v founder: https://twitter.com/clkao
> > https://www.facebook.com/g0v.tw/
> >
> > Coming up first ...
> >
> > http://summit.g0v.tw/2016/schedules
> >
> >
> > 09:20 - 09:30  (Local Taiwan Time)
> >
> >
> > Opening
> > 09:30 - 10:00
> > Keynote 1: The Civics of Civic Tech
> > Felipe Heusser
> >
> > Power?R1
> >
> > Upgrading the organizing capacity of activism with civic tech
> > 10:00 - 10:30
> > How to extend Civic Tech to civic organizations (NPO, NGO, and the
> > media) in KOREA?
> > Hoony Jang
> > 10:30 - 11:00
> > Data For Social Good ? Data-driven Charity
> > Hsieh, Tsung Chen
> > 11:00 - 11:30
> > Break
> > 11:30 - 12:00
> > From .org to .g0v ?Internet participant and digital challenge of NGO in
> Taiwan
> > Y.H. Kao
> > 12:00 - 12:30
> > On the Yellow Brick Road One Hundred Years Later: The Journey of
> > Reinvention of a Classical NGO
> > Sergejus Muravjovas
> >
> > Foundation?R0
> >
> > Global reimplementions of media, elections, governments and public
> decisions
> > 10:00 - 10:30
> > Democracy and Civic Engagement as an Open Media
> > Charlotte Richard
> > 10:30 - 11:00
> > Government (Participatory) Mapping
> > Yantisa Akhadi
> > 11:00 - 11:30
> > Break
> > 11:30 - 12:00
> > Digital participation strategy in Podemos party.
> > Yago Bermejo Abati
> > 12:00 - 12:30
> > Pol.is in Taiwan: Bridging the gap between public discourse,
> > consultation, and policy
> > Colin Megill
> >
> > Construction?R2
> > Open-culture experiments with data and technology
> > 10:00 - 10:30
> > Charging towards the Taiwan Open Government Data License
> > Lucien Lin
> > 10:30 - 11:00
> > Cities are the key to engage citizens into open data
> > Katarzyna Miko?ajczyk
> > 11:00 - 11:30
> > Break
> > 11:30 - 12:00
> > Importance of having an Arts database in Asia
> > Venus Lui
> > 12:00 - 12:30
> > Do We Need Open Digital Libraries for Chinese Publication in Public
> > Domain? and How?
> > Bobby Tung
> > 12:30 - 13:30
> > Lunch
> >
> > More:
> > http://summit.g0v.tw/2016/schedules
> >
> > Steven Clift  -  Executive Director, E-Democracy.org
> >    clift at e-democracy.org  -  +1 612 234 7072
> >    @democracy  -  http://linkedin.com/in/netclift
> >    http://1radionews.com - My radio app
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 6
> Date: Mon, 16 May 2016 09:30:10 -0700
> From: Yosem Companys <companys at stanford.edu>
> To: Liberationtech Events <liberationtech-events at lists.stanford.edu>,
>         Liberation Technologies <liberationtech at lists.stanford.edu>
> Subject: [liberationtech] Stanford Events | Entrepreneurship in the
>         Philippines 5/17
> Message-ID:
>         <
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> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="utf-8"
>
> From: Briana Lyn Burrows <briana.burrows at stanford.edu>
>
> *A.* We hope you can join us for the next sessions in our public seminar
> series on,
>     "*Entrepreneurship in Asian High-Tech Industries.?  *Also, see
>     <http://asia.stanford.edu/?page_id=6368> for slides, links to videos
> and speaker lineup.
>
>    - *1.* "*Entrepreneurship in the Philippines: 2016 Ecosystem Update" -
>    Panel Discussion*
>    -       Tuesday, May 17, 2016 | 4:30 - 5:50 pm
>    -
>    - *2. "New Trends in Social Entrepreneurship in India: The Bombay Hemp
>    Company, Ltd. (BOHECO) - Panel Discussion*
>    -       Tuesday, May 24, 2016 | 4:30 - 5:50 pm
>
> *B. **"Innovation Salon: The On-Demand Economy: Unlocking Value for
> Consumers and Companies"*
>       Friday, May 20, 2016 | 5:30 - 9:00 pm
>
> *C. Programs by Other Stanford Organizations *
>
> *D. Other Programs of Interest *
>
> *A. US-ATMC "Entrepreneurship in Asian High-Tech Industries? Seminar
> Series:*
>
>
> *Tuesday, May 17, 2016 | 4:30 - 5:50 pm  "Entrepreneurship in the
> Philippines: 2016 Ecosystem Update" *
>
> *Global Filipino Network Panel Discussion:*
>
>    - *Christina Laskowski, *President, Science and Technology Advisory
>    Council Silicon Valley <http://www.stacsv.org/>
>    - *Sanny Leviste, *Special Projects Consultant, Filipino-American
>    Chamber of Commerce of Silicon Valley <http://www.filamchamber.org/>
>    - *Minette Navarrete, *President, Kickstart Ventures, Inc.
>    <http://www.kickstart.ph/>
>    - *Chris Peralta, *Founder and CEO of Manila Valley and Connect People
>
> Skilling Auditorium, Stanford University [Google Map
> <
> https://www.google.com/maps/dir/Parking+Structure+2,+285+Panama+St,+Stanford,+CA+94305/Skilling,+Lomita+Mall,+Stanford,+CA/@37.4271531,-122.1790483,16z/data=%214m13%214m12%211m5%211m1%211s0x808fa4d4fd1a1d8d:0x2dc8449e9a74aaf7%212m2%211d-122.1768325%212d37.4280746%211m5%211m1%211s0x808fbb2a995bb6ad:0x3a16536dc6ae4eca%212m2%211d-122.1728553%212d37.4271379
> >
> ] [Parking Map PDF
> <
> http://asia.stanford.edu/us-atmc/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/Skilling_Parking_Map.pdf
> >
> ]
> Public welcome : no RSVP necessary : light refreshments
> See <http://asia.stanford.edu/?page_id=6561>
> <http://asia.stanford.edu/?page_id=6561> for details
>
>
>
> *Please save the date for the following US-ATMC seminar, as well: Tuesday,
> May 24, 2016 | 4:30 - 5:50 pm *
> *"New Trends in Social Entrepreneurship in India: The Bombay Hemp Company,
> Ltd. (BOHECO)"*
>
> *Panel Discussion:*
>
>    - *Sanvar Oberoi, *Director of Finance & Digital Technology, Bombay Hemp
>    Company <http://www.boheco.org/>
>    - *Radhika Shah, *Co-President, Stanford Angels and Entrepreneurs
>    <http://stanfordaande.com/> and Advisor, Sustainable Development Goals
>    Philanthropy Platform <http://sdgfunders.org/home/lang/en/>
>
> Skilling Auditorium, Stanford University [Google Map
> <
> https://www.google.com/maps/dir/Parking+Structure+2,+285+Panama+St,+Stanford,+CA+94305/Skilling,+Lomita+Mall,+Stanford,+CA/@37.4271531,-122.1790483,16z/data=%214m13%214m12%211m5%211m1%211s0x808fa4d4fd1a1d8d:0x2dc8449e9a74aaf7%212m2%211d-122.1768325%212d37.4280746%211m5%211m1%211s0x808fbb2a995bb6ad:0x3a16536dc6ae4eca%212m2%211d-122.1728553%212d37.4271379
> >
> ] [Parking Map PDF
> <
> http://asia.stanford.edu/us-atmc/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/Skilling_Parking_Map.pdf
> >
> ]
> Public welcome : no RSVP necessary : light refreshments
> See <http://asia.stanford.edu/?page_id=6548>
> <http://asia.stanford.edu/?page_id=6548> for details
>
> *B. Friday, May 20, 2016 | 5:30 - 9:00 pm*
>     *"Innovation Salon: The On-Demand Economy: Unlocking Value for
> Consumers and Companies" *
>
> The on-demand economy, exemplified by companies like Lyft, Airbnb,
> TaskRabbit and more, helps consumers (providers) find value in assets they
> already have ? cars, homes, skills, insights. Data from TaskRabbit
> indicates an opportunity for Taskers to earn up to $150K per year by
> joining the service as a provider. Similarly, for consumers of on-demand
> services, the on-demand economy helps lower frictions or barriers to
> services, be it transportation or lodging or assembly of furniture.
>
> For businesses, on-demand economies provide new opportunities to ?upskill?
> people and also necessitate new ways of thinking about traditional assets,
> such as the car.
>
> In this panel discussion, we will learn from those at the frontlines of
> this economy, on how the on-demand economy has impacted the US and how it
> can impact Japan.
> *Presented by Japan Society of Northern California and the US-Asia
> Technology Management Center*
>
> DG717, 717 Market Street, San Francisco, CA 94103 [Google Map
> <
> https://www.google.com/maps/place/DG717+Coworking+Space+and+Incubation+Space/@37.7868614,-122.4058845,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m2!3m1!1s0x808580886353faef:0xa70159ecf5db26ad
> >
> ]
> Public welcome : registration required : light refreshments
> See <
>
> http://www.usajapan.org/event/innovation-salon-the-on-demand-economy-unlocking-value-for-consumers-and-companies/
> > for details
>
>
> *C. Programs by Other Stanford Organizations:*
>
> *May 23  Open Innovation and Personnel Management -- Lessons from
> Harnessing Silicon Valley (Title Tentative)*
>
>    - Presented by Stanford Silicon Valley New Japan Project, co-produced
>    with WiL
>    - 4:15 - 6:00 pm; Bechtel Conference Center, Encina Hall, Stanford
>    University
>    - <http://www.stanford-svnj.org/forum/>
>    <http://www.stanford-svnj.org/forum/>
>
>
> *D.  Other area programs of interest; please contact the sponsoring
>       organizations for details and to register:*
>
> *May 12  Partnering for Success: How Start-ups and Corporate Open
> Innovation Can Work In Silicon Valley *
>
>    - Presented by VC Taskforce and the AAMA Charter Member Program
>    - 6:00 - 8:30 pm; Morgan Lewis and Bockius LLP, Palo Alto
>    -
>    <
> https://www.eventbrite.com/e/partnering-for-success-how-start-ups-and-corporate-open-innovation-can-work-in-silicon-valley-tickets-24938860804
> >
>    <
> https://www.eventbrite.com/e/partnering-for-success-how-start-ups-and-corporate-open-innovation-can-work-in-silicon-valley-tickets-24938860804
> >
>
> *May 17  TiE Pitchfest in San Francisco*
>
>    -
>
>    Presented by TIE Silicon Valley
>    6:00 ? 9:00 pm; DLA Piper, San Francisco
>    <
> http://sv.tie.org/event/tie-pitchfest-in-san-francisco/?instance_id=831>
>    <
> http://sv.tie.org/event/tie-pitchfest-in-san-francisco/?instance_id=831>
>
> *May 20  Innovation Pitch Fest *
>
>    - Presented by King & Spalding LLP
>    - 6:30 pm; King & Spalding LLP, Palo Alto
>    -
>    <
> http://www.meetup.com/Silicon-Valley-Open-Innovation-Group/events/230282199/
> >
>    <
> http://www.meetup.com/Silicon-Valley-Open-Innovation-Group/events/230282199/
> >
>
> *May 25  Applied Artificial Intelligence Conference*
>
>    - Presented by Bootstrap Labs, Galvanize, btrax
>    - 8:00 am ? 8:30 pm; Galvanize campus, San Francisco
>    -
>    <
> http://www.eventbrite.com/e/applied-artificial-intelligence-conference-tickets-22473478780
> >
>    <
> http://www.eventbrite.com/e/applied-artificial-intelligence-conference-tickets-22473478780
> >
>
> *May 24 * *An Evening with Silicon Valley VC & Entrepreneur, STEVE GOLDBERG
> (of VENROCK)*
>
>    - Presented by Access Silicon Valley and Women's Startup Labs
>    - 6:00 - 9:00 pm; Cuckoo's Nest, Menlo Park
>    -
>    <
> http://www.eventbrite.com/e/an-evening-with-silicon-valley-vc-entrepreneur-steve-goldberg-of-venrock-tickets-24876765074?aff=digest
> >
>    <
> http://www.eventbrite.com/e/an-evening-with-silicon-valley-vc-entrepreneur-steve-goldberg-of-venrock-tickets-24876765074?aff=digest
> >
>
> *May 26  Open Innovation Series: Accelerators - Emerging Trends & Model of
> the Future*
>
>    - Presented by Accenture and Silicon Valley Forum
>    - 6:00 - 9:00 pm; Accenture Liquid App Studios, Redwood City
>    - <http://www.siliconvalleyforum.com/event/214604858910>
>    <http://www.siliconvalleyforum.com/event/21460485891>
>
> Sincerely,
>
> Briana Burrows
> Assistant Director, US-Asia Technology Management Center
> Stanford University
> <http://asia.stanford.edu> <http://asia.stanford.edu/>
> TEL +1-650-724-0096
> FAX +1-650-725-9974
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> Message: 7
> Date: Mon, 16 May 2016 12:52:05 -0700
> From: Yosem Companys <companys at stanford.edu>
> To: Liberationtech Events <liberationtech-events at lists.stanford.edu>,
>         Liberation Technologies <liberationtech at lists.stanford.edu>
> Subject: [liberationtech] May 19-20 at Stanford: workshop on
>         programming     languages and security
> Message-ID:
>         <CANhci9Gi=pMHw=vEcYUA+XW6Mkwmqr26pf=
> t8XKDfsT8TLvq1A at mail.gmail.com>
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> From: Dan Boneh <dabo at cs.stanford.edu>
>
> On may 19-20 we are running a workshop on the union of programming
> languages, logic and security.    The program includes am amazing set of
> speakers:
>      https://crypto.stanford.edu/jcm60/program.php
>
> Registration is free, but please let us know that you are coming by sending
> an email to Ruth Harris (rharris3 at cs.stanford.edu).    This will help us
> prepare name tags and order food.
>
>
> Hope to see you there,
>
> Dan
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> Message: 8
> Date: Tue, 17 May 2016 12:30:07 -0400
> From: Yosem Companys <companys at stanford.edu>
> To: Liberationtech Events <liberationtech-events at lists.stanford.edu>,
>         Liberation Technologies <liberationtech at lists.stanford.edu>
> Subject: [liberationtech] At Stanford,  5/19 at 12 pm: European
>         Parliament and the Blockchain
> Message-ID:
>         <
> CANhci9HvF0VZtYmsKVP5RZog05CC5VPbijmCfR81ERzU_ndqFw at mail.gmail.com>
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>
> From: Leonard Bronner <lbronner at stanford.edu>
>
> The European Association at Stanford is hosting a delegation from the
> European Parliament Science and Technology Options Assessment office for a
> lunch time panel:
>
> The European Parliament and the Blockchain:
> Policy Implications of Bitcoin and the Blockchain
>
> Old Union, Room 200 @ Noon on 5/19
> Lunch will be provided!
>
> Come to meet members of the European Parliament.
> Stay for the Food.
> Be inspired by the Tech.
>
> Panelists:
> Susan Athey, Economics Professor specializing in the economics of the
> internet.
> Joe Bonneau, Postdoctoral Researcher at the Applied Crypto Group
> Jeremy Gardner, Chairman of the Blockchain Educational Network
> Allison Berke, Executive Director of the Stanford Cyber Initiative
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> Message: 9
> Date: Tue, 17 May 2016 13:30:06 -0400
> From: Yosem Companys <companys at stanford.edu>
> To: Liberationtech Events <liberationtech-events at lists.stanford.edu>,
>         Liberation Technologies <liberationtech at lists.stanford.edu>
> Cc: Dennis Allison <allison at stanford.edu>
> Subject: [liberationtech] At Stanford on May 18 at 4:30 pm in Gates
>         B03: Privacy Properties of Telephone Metadata
> Message-ID:
>         <CANhci9FR9LBW=iB=
> 4KJ7Xkvj27FD7AwKK_zrA4P2cYv8YQCiFA at mail.gmail.com>
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>
> *From:* "Dennis Allison" <allison at stanford.edu>
>
> Stanford EE Computer Systems Colloquium
> 4:30 PM, Wednesday, May 18, 2016
> NEC Auditorium, Gates Computer Science Building Room B3
> http://ee380.stanford.edu
> <
> http://postlink.www.listbox.com/2122470/9edbd685a4576c528ddf7c113cd84077/17458773/228d16b6?uri=aHR0cDovL2VlMzgwLnN0YW5mb3JkLmVkdQ
> >
>
> The Privacy Properties of Telephone Metadata
>
> Jonathan Mayer
> FCC     Patrick Mutchler
> Stanford University *About the talk: *
>
> Since 2013, a stream of disclosures have prompted reconsideration of
> surveillance law and policy. One of the most controversial principles, both
> in the United States and abroad, is that communications metadata receives
> substantially less protection than communications content. Several nations
> currently collect telephone metadata in bulk, including on their own
> citizens. In this paper, we attempt to shed light on the privacy properties
> of telephone metadata. Using a novel crowdsourcing methodology, we
> demonstrate that telephone metadata is densely interconnected, can
> trivially be re-identified, and can be used to draw sensitive inferences.
>
> *Slides: *
>
> No slides from this talk are available for download at this time.
>
> *Videos: *
>
>
>    - Join the live presentation.
>    <
> http://postlink.www.listbox.com/2122471/a567c2bb873a786d8f73d3aee6eff085/17458773/228d16b6?uri=aHR0cDovL2NvdXJzZW1hdGVyaWFscy5zdGFuZm9yZC5lZHUvbGl2ZS9lZTM4MC5hc3g
> >
>    Wednesday May 18, 2016, 4:30-5:45.  Requires Microsoft Windows Media
>    player.
>    - View the 2016 Stanford Archive Lectures
>    <
> http://postlink.www.listbox.com/2122472/760764f820eecf04afb7f567df33a2f2/17458773/228d16b6?uri=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cueW91dHViZS5jb20vcGxheWxpc3Q_bGlzdD1QTG9ST012b2R2NHJNUWQxWmNBWTl6elAzb1dhM21faEZ0
> >
>    - View video
>    <
> http://postlink.www.listbox.com/2122473/7d95fe7f4abc4e8350282df3caf5c583/17458773/228d16b6?uri=aHR0cHM6Ly9tdmlkZW9zLnN0YW5mb3JkLmVkdS9TZW1pbmFycy8
> >
>    by lecture sequence in HTML5. Available after 8PM Pacific on the day of
> the
>    lecture.
>    - View Video
>    <
> http://postlink.www.listbox.com/2122474/2a97ec76c3c5657225cfa011e65ed566/17458773/228d16b6?uri=aHR0cDovL2VlMzgwLnN0YW5mb3JkLmVkdS9BYnN0cmFjdHMvMTYwNTE4LXZpZGVvLmh0bWw
> >
>    on YouTube. The YouTube video is uploaded the day following the
>    presentation. You may need to disable your pop-up blocker for this link
> to
>    work. Or use the direct YouTube link
>    <
> http://postlink.www.listbox.com/2122475/c0eee283cb495c93a0f3f30ff173aaf9/17458773/228d16b6?uri=aHR0cHM6Ly95b3V0dS5iZS8
> >
>    available roughly 24 hours following the presentation.
>
> *About the speakers: *
>
> [image: [speaker photo]] Jonathan Mayer is Chief Technologist for the
> Federal Communications Commission Enforcement Bureau. His responsibilities
> include cybersecurity, consumer privacy, and network neutrality matters.
> Jonathan is also a Cybersecurity Fellow at Stanford University, where he is
> completing a PhD in Computer Science. He previously graduated from Stanford
> Law School, where he served as a lecturer on technology security, privacy,
> and surveillance. He received his undergraduate degree from the Woodrow
> Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University.
> Jonathan was named to the Forbes "30 Under 30" in 2014, for his
> contributions to technology security and privacy.
> [image: [speaker photo]] Patrick Mutchler is a graduate student in the
> Security Laboratory of the CS Department at Stanford University.
>
> *Contact information:*
>
> Jonathan Mayer
> FCC
>
> Patrick Mutchler
> Stanford University
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> Message: 10
> Date: Tue, 17 May 2016 16:18:30 -0700
> From: Yosem Companys <companys at stanford.edu>
> To: Liberationtech Events <liberationtech-events at lists.stanford.edu>,
>         Liberation Technologies <liberationtech at lists.stanford.edu>
> Subject: [liberationtech] Stanford Applied Cybersecurity: Web Attacks
>         in the  Real World
> Message-ID:
>         <CANhci9GvGmfoNSFREWUhthQV-tQJsJSj0MY7ui9_8e=
> JMegv4Q at mail.gmail.com>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=UTF-8
>
> Final workshop of the quarter, with Shape Security on some of the real
> hacks they encounter!
>
> Room will most likely be Shriram 366. Hope to see you there :)
>
> Wednesday May 18th, 2016 4:30pm - 6:00pm at Shriram 366
>
> Web attacks in the real world
>
> Come join 4 recent Stanford graduates working at Shape Security as
> they share their real world "war stories" of combating cyber criminals
> in the field. The session is a demo-driven introduction to attacks on
> real web services and applications, and a glimpse into how the cyber
> crime and security industry drive each other to create a vibrant
> economy of attack tools and defense suites. Come with an open mind,
> especially if you are curious about what working in the security
> industry as a fresh graduate is like.
>
> This will be our final session of the quarter! Hope to see you there.
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 11
> Date: Wed, 18 May 2016 09:31:42 -0400 (GMT-04:00)
> From: peter miller <peterm at igc.org>
> To: liberationtech at lists.stanford.edu
> Subject: [liberationtech] Community Technology in Cuba Report
> Message-ID:
>         <
> 30128223.1463578303264.JavaMail.wam at elwamui-muscovy.atl.sa.earthlink.net>
>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=UTF-8
>
> Folks, there?s report on our community technology delegation trip last
> month at
> https://peterbmiller.wordpress.com/cuba-project/april-2016-delegation-report.
> It was published in the local paper to supplement the Brookline (MA) Town
> Meeting warrant article to support the call to end the embargo, part of a
> grassroots movement that began in Richmond and Berkeley, CA earlier this
> year.
>
> ----peter
> https://peterbmiller.wordpress.com
>
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 12
> Date: Wed, 18 May 2016 17:49:40 +0300
> From: WEBAIC <secrets at igc.org>
> To: "Geert Lovink" <geert at xs4all.nl>, "Guido Anselmi"
>         <g.anselmi1 at campus.unimib.it>, "Liberation Technologies"
>         <liberationtech at lists.stanford.edu>, "Liberationtech Events"
>         <liberationtech-events at lists.stanford.edu>, "NCDD-DISCUSSION"
>         <NCDD-DISCUSSION at lists.ncdd.org>
> Subject: [liberationtech] some info for you
> Message-ID: <0000df8eb72b$79e2a473$95d1c951$@igc.org>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii"
>
> Hello,
> Isn't it the information you were looking for? Read about it here <
> http://fryquostuphy.cabaw.com/coach.php?8w3u>
>
> Warm regards, WEBAIC
>
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> Message: 13
> Date: Wed, 18 May 2016 17:23:01 -0700
> From: Yosem Companys <companys at stanford.edu>
> To: Liberationtech Events <liberationtech-events at lists.stanford.edu>,
>         Liberation Technologies <liberationtech at lists.stanford.edu>
> Cc: Cenobio Hernandez <cenobioh at stanford.edu>
> Subject: [liberationtech] At Stanford TODAY: Trading and New
>         Developments in the Crypto Space
> Message-ID:
>         <
> CANhci9Fuc9boA8Pyvc78qM8RqvtkL5XjuN8zTT6BiZq-usMZ3w at mail.gmail.com>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=UTF-8
>
> From: Cenobio Hernandez <cenobioh at stanford.edu>
>
> Trading and New Developments in the Crypto Space
>
> Jesse Powell, CEO of Kraken
>
> Kevin Zhou, Trader/Strategist at Kraken
>
> Wednesday, May 18, 7pm
>
> Building 200, Room 305
>
> Join Stanford Bitcoin Club for an exciting and informative talk on
> bitcoin! RSVP here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1603833256595696/.
> Beginners, enthusiasts, and zealots are welcome!
>
> Jesse Powell is Co-Founder and CEO of Kraken, a San Francisco-based
> global bitcoin exchange founded in 2011. A 14-year veteran of the
> virtual currency industry, Powell is a trusted expert in online and
> international payments, fraud, and information security. Kevin Zhou
> runs trading and treasury operations as a Trader/Strategist at Kraken.
>
> Taqueria El Grullense will be served!
>
> See you there,
>
> The Stanford Bitcoin Club Team
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 14
> Date: Fri, 20 May 2016 16:50:15 +0100
> From: Yishay Mor <yishaym at gmail.com>
> To: Liberation Technologies <liberationtech at lists.stanford.edu>
> Subject: [liberationtech] Fwd: [G4C] Google is looking for game
>         developers      interested in donations
> Message-ID:
>         <CA+MSNTb+H2PAC_8_Gk=
> CP5++hhcmmNx7iOQ5fmOELZY4AQ9FAw at mail.gmail.com>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="utf-8"
>
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: 'Irwin Boutboul' via Games for Change <
> gamesforchange at googlegroups.com
> >
> Date: 20 May 2016 at 16:00
> Subject: [G4C] Google is looking for game developers interested in
> donations
> To: Games for Change <gamesforchange at googlegroups.com>
>
>
> Hi everyone!
>
> Google recently announced a new Donation API to help app developers enrich
> their games with donation experiences.
>
> The API allows access to 1+ million nonprofits,  enables micro-donations
> and takes care of all administrative/legal tasks.
> It also keeps activity private and does not share information with
> nonprofits.
> Icing on the cake is that Google covers donation & processing fees.
>
> We're looking for game developers to test the API as we flush it out to
> support various use cases requested by the community.
>
> If you're interested, we'd love to hear from you and see how we can support
> your games.
>
> You can learn more here:
>
> https://developers.google.com/donation/
>
> Irwin Boutboul
> Google
>
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> Message: 15
> Date: Sun, 22 May 2016 12:11:41 +0200
> From: Moritz Bartl <bartl at renewablefreedom.org>
> To: liberationtech <liberationtech at lists.stanford.edu>
> Subject: [liberationtech] Fwd: Call for Participation for the first
>         FSFE    summit
> Message-ID: <574185DD.2010903 at renewablefreedom.org>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=windows-1252
>
> -------- Forwarded Message --------
> Subject: Call for Participation for the first FSFE summit
> Date: Fri, 20 May 2016 13:25:41 +0200
> From: Erik Albers <eal at fsfe.org>
> Organization: Free Software Foundation Europe
> To: discussion at fsfeurope.org
>
> Dear list,
>
> Imagine a European Union that builds its IT infrastructure on Free
> Software.
> Imagine European Member States that exchange information in Open
> Standards and share their software. Imagine municipalities and city
> councils that benefit from decentralized and collaborative software
> under free licenses. Imagine no European is any longer forced to use
> non-Free Software.
>
> This is what we are seeking. And although this vision feels like a long
> road to go, we know that we are taking major steps along it today. If
> you like to inspire us on this journey, sent your submission to the
> first FSFE European summit until May 29:
>
>         https://wiki.fsfe.org/Events/Summit2016/CallForParticipation
>
> For any questions, do not hesitate to directly ask me. Forwarding this
> mail to any interested people is encouraged.
>
> Best regards,
>    Erik
>
> --
> FSFE summit - Call for Participation: https://fsfe.org/summit16
> Save the date: September 2 - 4, 2016 - BCC Berlin, Germany
> Hashtag: #FSFEsummit - Picture: http://polr.me/vfc
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 16
> Date: Mon, 23 May 2016 00:37:05 -0400
> From: Yosem Companys <companys at stanford.edu>
> To: Liberation Technologies <liberationtech at lists.stanford.edu>
> Cc: Dominique Harrison <dominique.harrison at gmail.com>
> Subject: [liberationtech] 2016 Aspen Institute Communications &
>         Society Program Guest Scholar DUE Monday, May 23
> Message-ID:
>         <
> CANhci9GHoSdYviWmRyic8L6Ldt9mXjUQJmoSmKYkvpKDDvM1NA at mail.gmail.com>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="utf-8"
>
> From: Dominique Harrison <dominique.harrison at gmail.com>
>
> The Aspen Institute Communications and Society Program invites minority
> doctoral (or other advanced graduate program) students to apply for a Guest
> Scholarship to attend the 31st Annual Aspen Institute Conference on
> Communications Policy, August 14-17, 2016. The conference will take place
> at the Aspen Meadows Conference Center in Aspen, Colorado.
>
>
>
> *CONFERENCE: *
>
> *Setting the Communications Policy Agenda for the Next Administration *
>
> The 31st Annual Aspen Institute Communications Policy Conference, August
> 14-17, 2016 in Aspen, will explore areas where the new Administration
> should focus its efforts in regulating communication policy. Previous
> Administrations have sought to increase investment, build critical
> infrastructure, increase access to high-speed Internet connectivity, and
> develop policies to safeguard consumers. As we build on lessons learned and
> best practices, what is the government?s role in safeguarding the public
> interest?
>
>
>
> *REQUIREMENTS: *
>
>    - The Guest Scholar should be a U.S. resident and a minority student,
>    based on the definition of minority created by the Equal Employment
>    Opportunity Commission: of African American, Hispanic, Asian, Pacific
>    Island, Native Alaskan or Native American descent.
>    - Currently enrolled in a Ph.D. or other advanced graduate program at an
>    accredited college or university; and have attained a cumulative GPA of
> 3.3
>    on a 4.0 scale (un-weighted) in Communications, Telecommunications, or a
>    closely related discipline.
>    - The student should have a clearly defined interest in communications
>    policy as evidenced by published papers, a major research project, or
>    dissertation on the conference topic.
>    - The student must commit to attending the entire conference.
>
>
>
> *SCHOLARSHIP DETAILS: *
>
> The Guest Scholar will be expected to read the pre-conference materials
> provided. He or she will attend all conference sessions as a full
> participant in the discussion. The scholar will also be asked to write a
> blog post for the Communications and Society program on a topic of interest
> after the Conference.
>
>
>
> The Aspen Institute will pay for roundtrip economy airfare to Aspen,
> Colorado, meals, and lodging at the Aspen Meadows Conference Center for the
> Guest Scholar. The Scholar?s spouse, guest, or children may travel to and
> stay at the Aspen Meadows at the Scholar?s expense.
>
>
>
> *APPLICATION AND DEADLINE:*
>
>    - Current CV or resume
>    - Short statement of interest (no longer than 1 page)
>
>
>
> Submit materials to
>
> https://aspeninstitute.wufoo.com/forms/2016-communications-policy-conference-guest/
> no later than May 23, 2016.
>
>
>
> If you have any questions regarding the application process, please
> contact:
>
>
>
> *Dominique Harrison *
>
> Project Manager
>
> Communications and Society Program
>
> The Aspen Institute
>
> dominique.harrison at aspeninstitute.org
>
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> Message: 17
> Date: Mon, 23 May 2016 18:59:35 +0000
> From: Mariateresa Garrido Villareal <mgarrido at doctorate.upeace.org>
> To: "liberationtech at lists.stanford.edu"
>         <liberationtech at lists.stanford.edu>
> Subject: [liberationtech] Final Call for papers: HHRR and Technology
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> Dear all,
>
>
> The deadline to submit your abstract for the book "Human rights and
> Technology. The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development" is soon
> approaching.
>
>
> Please find the detailed information for the Call for Papers in this link:
> http://www.upeace.org/upmunc/call-for-papers_-___human-rights-and-technology.-the-2030-agenda-for-sustainable-development___
>
>
> If you have any doubts or questions please do not hesitate in contact me.
>
>
> All the best,
>
> Mariateresa Garrido
>
> PHD Candidate
>
> University for Peace - Department of International Law
>
> www.upeace.org<http://www.upeace.org/>
>
>
> "There are no mistakes...just opportunities"
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> Message: 18
> Date: Tue, 24 May 2016 14:16:05 +0200
> From: Carolin Gerlitz <carolin.gerlitz at gmail.com>
> To: Carolin Gerlitz <C.Gerlitz at uva.nl>
> Subject: [liberationtech] Job opening: Ass. Professor in Digital
>         Humanities      and Information Cultures at the University of
> Amsterdam
> Message-ID: <5ED7239F-7E51-4FBC-8CD1-AFC7BF4D8EBB at googlemail.com>
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> Assistant professor in Digital Humanities and Information Cultures
> Faculty of Humanities ? Department of Media Studies
>
> Level of education
> PhD
> Salary indication
> ?3,400 to ?5,288 gross per month
> Closing date
> 30 May 2016
> Hours
> 38 hours per week
> Vacancy number
> 16-225
>
> The Faculty of Humanities <
> http://www.uva.nl/en/about-the-uva/organisation/faculties/faculties/faculties/content/folder/faculteit-der-geesteswetenschappen/faculty-of-humanities.html>
> provides education and conducts research with a strongly international
> profile in a large number of disciplines in the field of language and
> culture. Located in the heart of Amsterdam, the Faculty maintains close
> ties with many cultural institutes in the capital city. There are almost
> 700 employees affil- iated with the Faculty, which has about 6,000 students.
> The Faculty of Humanities offers assistant professors the opportu- nity to
> collaborate with leading researchers at research institutes that - partly
> as a result of their multidisciplinary approach - are world-renowned.
> Moreover, you will be teaching in a dynamic con- text in which new
> educational methods are being developed.
> Together with other new assistant professors you will participate in a
> comprehensive introductory programme. You will be supervised closely during
> the first year of your appointment. Additional didac-  tical training is
> also part of the appointment. Based on the candi- date's educational
> portfolio, previously acquired competences will be taken into consideration.
>
> Job description
> The candidate will bring to the position a relevant and innovative
> research agenda in the areas of Digital Humanities and Information Cultures
> and will be especially interested in the critical study, de- velopment and
> application of digital methods, techniques and tools. The study of Digital
> Humanities within Media Studies con- cerns both contemporary and historical
> periods, and also tran- scends the individual disciplines within the field.
> Candidates will be at home in more than one sub-discipline, demonstrated by
> experience in working with data collections of different types, both
> digitized and born-digital. In the study of information and media (broadly
> understood as books, artworks, audio-visual media and digital media),
> digital research materials are evolving in spectac- ular fashion, leading
> to new research affordances that require a critical approach to media as
> information, as well as to how digital media structure the reuse and
> interpretation of born-digital and historical d
>  ata. The successful candidate is expected to bring to- gether researchers
> working in Digital Humanities, Information Cultures and Media Studies and
> aim to acquire funding for collab- orations by actively participating in
> one of the research schools in the Faculty of Humanities. Whilst the
> successful candidate is free to choose his/her research affiliation, he/she
> would be asked to make a contribution to the Amsterdam Centre for Cultural
> Heritage and Identity, one of the University of Amsterdam?s research
> priority areas.
> The candidate also will play a major role in teaching courses and in
> curriculum development in the bachelor, Media and Information (in both the
> Information Cultures as well as the New Media tracks, in- cluding the minor
> in Digital Humanities), and in the master pro- grams in Information
> Cultures, Archival Studies and/or New Media & Digital Culture. Furthermore,
> the candidate is expected to be an ambassador for the research programs and
> actively liaise and work with stakeholders both within and outside of the
> university sector.
>
> Requirements
> Relevant PhD degree, or PhD defense date scheduled before start of
> contract, in the area of humanities;
> programming skills and/or skilled use of software for data analysis;
> experience in research and excellent research skills, evidenced by
> publications in renowned international academic journals / edited volumes;
> several years of teaching experience at the university level and
> demonstrable didactic abilities and / or training, evidenced by an
> educational portfolio;
> experience in an academic position where research and teach- ing are
> combined;
> experience with digital and audio-visual equipment; affinity with the use
> of  ICTs in academic education;
> capable of functioning at all levels in more than one programme of study;
> organisational experience and skills;
> reliable team worker;
> thorough knowledge of Dutch and English; non-native Dutch speakers are
> requested to achieve competency in Dutch within two years.
> Further information
> Prof. Richard Rogers <mailto:r.a.rogers at uva.nl>
> Appointment
> The appointment will be a tenure track appointment, for 38 hours a week.
> The initial appointment will be two years. Depending on teaching
> evaluations and professional assessment, tenure will be granted after two
> years. The gross monthly salary will range from ?3,400 (scale 11) to ?5,288
> (scale 12), based on a full-time ap- pointment (38 hours a week). The
> Collective Labour Agreement for Dutch Universities <
> http://www.vsnu.nl/en_GB/CAO> is applicable.
>
> Job application
> Applications including a detailed curriculum vitae and two names of
> referees should be sent no later than 29 May 2016 to the Dean of the
> Faculty of Humanities, Prof. F.P.I.M. van Vree via our email ad- dress
> solliciteren2016-FGW at uva.nl <mailto:solliciteren2016-FGW at uva.nl>. Please
> state vacancy number 16-224 in the subject line.
>
> No agencies please
>
>
> Dr. Carolin Gerlitz
> Assistant Professor in New Media
> Program Director MA New Media & Digital Culture
>
> University of Amsterdam
> Turfdraagsterpad 9
> 1012 XT Amsterdam
>
> c.gerlitz at uva.nl <mailto:c.gerlitz at uva.nl>
> http://home.medewerker.uva.nl/c.gerlitz/ <
> http://home.medewerker.uva.nl/c.gerlitz/>
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> Message: 19
> Date: Tue, 24 May 2016 16:10:52 +0300
> From: cypherpunks <Jens.Stomber at gmx.de>
> To: "kojoig" <kojoig at gmail.com>, "kyboren" <kyboren at riseup.net>,
>         "liberationtech-events" <
> liberationtech-events at mailman.stanford.edu>,
>         "liberationtech" <liberationtech at mailman.stanford.edu>, "libressl"
>         <libressl at openbsd.org>
> Subject: [liberationtech] Fw: you've got to see that
> Message-ID: <0000bc5b30bb$ceb88111$32583b0c$@gmx.de>
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> Hi, You're not gonna believe what I've read yesterday, you've got to read
> it yourself at <http://xigyspuslo.assure-infotech.com/aeydodv>
>
> My best to you, cypherpunks
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> Message: 20
> Date: Tue, 24 May 2016 10:33:11 -0700
> From: Cooper Quintin <lists at cooperq.com>
> To: liberationtech at lists.stanford.edu
> Subject: Re: [liberationtech] Fw: you've got to see that
> Message-ID: <57449057.2030609 at cooperq.com>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=windows-1252
>
> In case it's not totally apparent to anyone, this is malware. Don't
> click that link!
>
> On 05/24/2016 06:10 AM, cypherpunks wrote:
> > Hi, You're not gonna believe what I've read yesterday, you've got to
> > read it yourself at
> >
> >
> >
> > My best to you, cypherpunks
> >
> >
> >
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 21
> Date: Tue, 24 May 2016 21:40:05 -0700
> From: Yosem Companys <companys at stanford.edu>
> To: Liberation Technologies <liberationtech at lists.stanford.edu>
> Cc: Sheetal Kumar <sheetal at gp-digital.org>
> Subject: [liberationtech] Travel Guide to Cybersecurity Policy for
>         Human   Rights Defenders
> Message-ID:
>         <CANhci9EPvcMO1ZHE7E5TgtFvmhc2x18QbuBv3kYwgASnDfq5=
> g at mail.gmail.com>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="utf-8"
>
> From: Sheetal Kumar <sheetal at gp-digital.org>
>
> I am writing to share a publication on cybersecurity policy which has just
> been published by Global Partners Digital. The "travel guide to
> cybersecurity policy for human rights defenders" is authored by Carly Nyst
> and forms the third in our 'travelguide to the digital world series'. The
> aim of the guide is to support human rights defenders' effective engagement
> and advocacy in cybersecurity policymaking.
>
> The guide is available here:
>
> http://www.gp-digital.org/publication/travel-guide-to-the-digital-world-cybersecurity-policy-for-human-rights-defenders/
>
> There is also an accompanying news piece which explains more about the
> publication here:
>
> http://www.gp-digital.org/gpd-update/introducing-gpds-new-travel-guide-to-cybersecurity-policy-for-human-rights-defenders/
>
>
> Please feel free to share widely. We also very much welcome any questions
> or feedback on the guide.
>
> Thanks!
> --
> *Sheetal Kumar*
> Programme Manager | GLOBAL PARTNERS DIGITAL
> Second Home, 68-80 Hanbury Street, London, E1 5JL
> T: +44 (0)20 3 818 3258 0337| M: +44 (0)7739569514  |
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> Message: 22
> Date: Wed, 25 May 2016 00:58:35 -0700
> From: United4Iran Info <info at united4iran.org>
> To: liberationtech at lists.stanford.edu
> Subject: [liberationtech] IranCubator; United for Iran's Newest
>         Project
> Message-ID:
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>
> Hello LiberationTech,
>
>
> Human rights NGO, United for Iran (U4I), is starting a new project called
> Irancubator and is reaching out to experts and partners....
>
> What is IranCubator?
>
> IranCubator is a two-year incubator program to support the development of
> mobile technology tools and skills for protecting human rights and for
> promoting civic engagement inside Iran. 14-25 mobile apps will be created
> through the program, each linked to a specific need, and guided through
> adoption by a community of developers, activists, and civil society
> partners.
>
> Examples of potential apps:
>
>
>    1.
>
>    A mobile application to connect victims of domestic violence to police
>    and related hotlines, as well as social workers and women?s rights
> lawyers.
>    This app could advocate helping them change their conditions by
> potentially
>    leaving their abuser and successfully filing for divorce (which is very
>    difficult for women in Iran even if they are being abused by their
> husbands
>    because of the patriarchal penal code). In a later iteration, this app
> can
>    also include related visualizations and statistical reports.
>
>
> 2. A crowdsourced map of open and blocked accesses to city transportation
> and other facilities for people with physical and mental disabilities.
> Later, this can also be used as an advocacy tool for these groups.
>
>
>
>
> IranCubator objectives include:
>
>
>    1.
>
>    identifying the needs, as well as constraints, for civic technology
>    tools development and adoption inside Iran;
>    2.
>
>    increasing Iranian civil society?s capacity to develop apps for social
>    change as tools to organize citizens;
>    3.
>
>    facilitating the development of relevant, effective and engaging mobile
>    apps; and
>    4.
>
>    training civil society, including vulnerable populations, to use mobile
>    apps to protect themselves, engage in civil society, and advance
> democratic
>    principles.
>
>
> Why Develop Mobile Apps?
>
> Iran has an educated, vibrant, young, and technologically savvy population,
> with more than 70 percent of its citizens under 30. The potential of this
> generation is being crushed under some of the most oppressive human rights
> conditions in history.
>
> The number of smartphones in Iran is reaching 40 million by the end of
> 2015, and 1 million added to the network every single month, according to
> Telna. According to Mander Group, Iran?s app market accounts for 10% of
> Iran?s bandwidth <http://goo.gl/jWTacm>, specifically for downloading and
> using mobile apps. This growing trend has also encouraged practitioners to
> host events and contests for developers, including IranMobiCode
> <http://www.iranmobicode.com/> and IranAppFest <http://iranappfest.com/>.
> While these events have attracted hundreds of Iranian participants, none of
> the emerging technologies are focused on promoting civil technologies, and
> therefore are not protecting vulnerable populations nor promoting
> government accountability.
>
> Non-governmental and civil society organizations, and universities in the
> country are banned from providing support for such projects. Finally, there
> is no comprehensive project that analyzes Iranian civic technology needs
> and opportunities, links app development with citizens and groups, and then
> provides training and marketing to promote the adoption of the resulting
> innovations. U4I sees a significant opportunity for promoting Iranian civil
> society by embracing and adapting what the civil tech sector has to offer.
>
> To this end, we are expanding our community of technical experts and
> activists and would love to share the collaboration with us.
>
> More information on the application and contest branches and our ongoing
> and past projects can be found on Irancubator's website
> <http://united4iran.org/irancubator>.
>
>
> Thanks,
>
> United for Iran Team
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> Message: 23
> Date: Wed, 25 May 2016 16:46:18 -0500
> From: Anthony Papillion <anthony at cajuntechie.org>
> To: liberationtech at lists.stanford.edu
> Subject: [liberationtech] New mailing list for digital activists
> Message-ID: <371f9069-cd75-771e-71ec-9b18de9934e0 at cajuntechie.org>
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> A friend and I have set up a discussion mailing list for activists
> interested in discussing digital freedom, legislation effecting
> digital rights, government and corporate surveillance, etc. Just
> thought this group might be interested.
>
> If you want to learn more or to subscribe visit
> https://lists.riseup.net/www/info/digital-rights-activism or send an
> email to digital-rights-activism-subscribe at lists.riseup.net
>
> Anthony
>
> - --
> OpenPGP Key:    4096R/028ADF7453B04B15
> Other Key Info: http://www.cajuntechie.org/p/my-pgp-key.html
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