Posted by Active Voice/NAMAC on August 12th, 2013
What’s the cost of the so-called “free” services we use online every day? What do you gain and what do you give up when you accept the Terms and Conditions of your favorite app? And why should you care?
In this online discussion: documentary filmmakers, media activists and tech workers talk about what we give up and why it matters.
Brought to you by Active Voice and NAMAC.
The Internet Archive
A terrific compilation by the Internet Archive of 700+ clips on surveillance, spying and the Snowden revelations. A huge help for anyone writing about the NSA.
Experimental Library of TV News Clips Pertaining to Recent Revelations about the NSA and its Oversight
*Chrome/Safari browsers only*
The experimental, Chrome and Safari only, library launches today with more than 700 chronologically ordered television citations drawn from the Archive’s television news research service. The TV quotes can be browsed by rolling over clip thumbnails, queried via transcripts and sorted for specific speakers. Citation links, context, connections to source broadcasters and options to borrow can be explored by following the More/Borrow links on each thumbnail.