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The Longest Now

Freedom to Censor?
Thursday February 28th 2008, 6:03 pm
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Chapter Title: Make and mend Wikipedia’s Web I ran into Danny Weitzner after the FCC’s Broadband Network Management Practices hearings Monday night, who reminded me that reasonable content stamping designs have been out for a decade; something future implementations of casual and learnable tagging should engage.  And I think we came to some reasonable conclusions about the characteristics needed for a project and group to compose a lasting collaboration to gathering, sorting, and improve knowledge and its use in some field.

I remain fascinated by some of the debates against freedom to classify on the grounds that they enable censorship.

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