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Filtering of the Worst Kind

I was recently reviewing some updates to a proprietary learning management system I’ve had some experience with over the years (although the company will need to remain nameless for privacy reasons). In the most recent version, they’ve launched a whole … Continue reading

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The Internet – what’s happening in our world?

Lately in my classes, I’ve been more consciously trying to promote the openness of the internet. Partly in response to the challenges posed by Berners-Lee and others on threats to net neutrality and partly because I’m a huge believer in … Continue reading

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