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Hacktivism, Vigilantism and Collective Action in a Digital Age

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On December 9, the Center for Technology Innovation at Brookings will host a discussion exploring the impact of (Hacktivism, Vigilantism and Collective Action in a Digital Age | Gabrielle Coleman http://t.co/E76uKypA...

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When Sharing Isn’t About Caring: The Ugly Side of Social Media Vigilantism

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TECHNOLOGY has made life so much easier for the human race We have come a long way since the days of the telegram and snail mail Just as ‘with great power comes (My commentary piece on Sharing on Social Networks.)...


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集合知を問題解決に活用するクラウドソーシング

集合知を問題解決に活用するクラウドソーシング | 気になる | Scoop.it
クラウドソーシングに関する調査資料です。2009年に制作したものなのでやや古い内容ですが、基本的な内容は今でも通用するものです。クラウドソーシングを3つに分類し、それぞれの事例を紹介しています。...

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SOPA/PIPA: Cyber vigilantism - Examiner.com

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SOPA/PIPA: Cyber vigilantismExaminer.comWith the Entertainment Software Association joining the RIAA and MPAA in their support of SOPA and the Protect IP Act the latter of which is supported by Ohio Senator Sherrod Brown, it's time to stop pussy...

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Social Media Vigilantism

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The worst anybody could possibly do in Vancouver right now is defend any of the actions represented in the Vancouver hockey riots last Wednesday. But have people in this city been taking on vigilante roles in condemning, and in some cases threatening, people depicted in these photos? With the number of cameras wielded by people in the streets, we've arrived at a point where surveillance has become ubiquitous in the public. For years, people condemned the surveillance cameras that were being installed in public places, but now, people wield them with a sense of pride and responsibility. With the widespread use of this technology, and the potential for exposure in social media, community members have a lot of power in regulating the behaviour of others. But with great power, comes great responsibility. Nothing demonstrates our ignorance to these new forms of social media better than the people who had the audacity to commit crimes or to showboat in front of a burning city while hundreds of people captured them on video and in photos. For many of us, the appearance of public shame sites and Facebook pages were a logical conclusion to the question of, "what did you think was going to happen?" But in the same way that many seemingly good people were caught-up in the mayhem last Wednesday, have we been too-quick or too extreme in our retributitive actions?


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Study Finds Broad Support for Online Vigilantism (in Some Cases)

'When Lulzsec targeted Rupert Murdoch's Sun newspaper, online commenters heartily approved.'

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集合知プログラミング勉強会キックオフMTG LT用資料

集合知プログラミング勉強会キックオフMTGの第1章LT資料です...
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