In the last two months, Amber has been downloaded more than 500 times and is actively being used on more than 200 websites. Amber v1.4.2 is a result of the feedback and input we’ve received from these early adopters.
with Jessie Rossman and Kade Crockford of the ACLU of Massachusetts
On this episode of the podcast: the teens who built an advertising empire on Tumblr, and lost it all overnight.
The Berkman Center is pleased to announce the publication of “Mobilization for Change,” a new series of reports examining the role of the networked public sphere in advancing civic participation and collective action in the Arab region.
The winning contributions reflected a diversity of insights, ideas, and perspectives about unique examples of multistakeholder governance. Essays examined a wide range of industries and regulatory bodies, analyzed their formation, operation, and participatory mechanisms, and considered the factors that made each successful or unique.
with Open Source developer, Dries Buytaert
Even with copyright there are times when a creator can use a copyrighted work without getting the copyright holder’s permission. This safe zone is called "Fair Use." On this podcast we try to explain Fair Use — in 6 minutes or less.