Monthly Archives: May 2008

FTC Reviews Behavioral Targeting Practices

An article today on the Washington Post site—FTC Wants to Know What Big Brother Knows About You–discusses the United States Federal Trade Commission’s ongoing review of behavioral targeting practices among companies such as Yahoo! And Microsoft. While many ad-supported websites … Continue reading

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Videos from the Ibero-American Colloquium Available

The Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas site now features links to videos and Powerpoint presentations from the Ibero-American Colloquium. The Colloquium, which immediately followed the 9th International Symposium on Online Journalism last month, provided a venue for journalists … Continue reading

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Offf Lisbon 2008

The atmosphere at Offf Lisbon 2008 was as fun as ever, with designers and artists from around the world converging at LX Factory—a beautiful 19th century industrial space—to celebrate digital design and inspire each other to push it a bit … Continue reading

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Gaming as Immigration Rights Project

Breakthrough, an organization that does human rights work in both the United States and India, has released a game, ICED (I Can End Deportation) to help players learn the ins and outs of immigration policy and rights. The game, which … Continue reading

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