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DC Police Chief Lays Down New Cell/Camera Policy: 'Don't Seize. Don't Delete. Don't Interfere.'

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There's a long history of police officers abusing their power to prevent documentation of their actions via cellphones and cameras. For the most part, this has been the norm, rather than being relegated to outlying, "rogue" police departments. Some attempts at "controlling" this interaction have been blatant: illegal seizures of...
DC Police Chief Lays Down New Cell/Camera Policy: 'Don't Seize. Don't Delete. Don't Interfere.'

New Africa: the politician fighting corruption in Tanzania

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Government minister January Makamba is full of innovative ideas for harnessing technology to help his countryJanuary Makamba is Tanzania's deputy minister for communication, science and technology. In 2009, President Kikwete introduced him to Barack Obama, who was much taken by his dynamism, observing that he was the sort of politician...
New Africa: the politician fighting corruption in Tanzania

Steve Blank On How Startups Evolve Into Large Companies

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Yesterday I spoke with lean startup guru Eric Ries who is hosting the Startup Lessons Learned conference this Friday in San Francisco and at live simulcasts around the world. Ries says he considers entrepreneur turned educator turned public servant Steve Blank to be his mentor in the startup world, and...
Steve Blank On How Startups Evolve Into Large Companies

Techdirt Interview With Derek Khanna, Author Of The RSC 'Fix Copyright' Policy Briefing

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By now you're probably familiar with the name Derek Khanna. The young Congressional staffer who, as a part of the Republican Study Committee, authored one of the most forward-looking policy briefs on how the copyright system is broken, and suggesting some ways to fix it. While it took less than...
Techdirt Interview With Derek Khanna, Author Of The RSC 'Fix Copyright' Policy Briefing

MTV Launches Beta For Fantasy Election Game [10 Invites Available]

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MTV has launched a Fantasy Football-style election game aimed at baiting young citizens into becoming civically active. In “Fantasy Election,” users compete for glory and prizes over who can predict which politicians will be the uber-public servant: popular in the polls, honest with constituents, engaging in social media, and...
MTV Launches Beta For Fantasy Election Game [10 Invites Available]
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