As an attorney and former state Attorney General, Sen. Lieberman should have known full well that his actions were directly antithetical to Wikileaks’ First Amendment rights.
I know the pendulum spirals between "information wants to be free" and "information want to be expensive" and I think we come out at a more expansive level most of the time. It's just that the exclusionary approach makes me nervous.
"While non .edu organizations are aggressively moving digital to the center of their business, colleges are still largely wrestling with 1.0 problems. Even tactical wins such as adopting new social media tools tend to be a smoke screen to addressing bigger issues around strategic alignment of the Web. "While colleges fumble at the controls, the... Continue Reading →