Digital Rights and Online Harassment in the Global South
Nighat Dad will speak on the state of freedom of expression, privacy, and online harassment in the global south, with a particular focus on Pakistan, where she is based. Dad is the Executive Director of the Digital Rights Foundation (DRF), a nonprofit that seeks to protect the freedom and security of all people online, with a particular focus on women and human rights defenders. In late 2016, DRF launched a cyber harassment hotline, and Dad will present key findings from a recently released report [LINK: http://digitalrightsfoundation.pk/cyber-harassment-helpline-completes-its-four-months-of-operations/] on the first four months of its operation. The report affords up-to-the-moment insights on significant challenges facing internet users in Pakistan and throughout the region. Find out more about this event here: https://cyber.harvard.edu/events/2017/luncheon/05/Dad
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What does privacy mean to you? In honour of the one-year anniversary of the Snowden leaks, Privacy International spoke with international human rights activists about what privacy means to them. Watch and share using the hashtag #privacy. Tell @privacyint what #privacy means to you. Nighat: "Privacy gives me freedom. It gives me freedom that whatever I want to do, that nobody is watching me. The kind of feeling that someone is watching you actually enhances the element of self-censorship. That's happening a lot in countries like Pakistan, where you feel that your privacy rights are not protected. You are being watched widely and massively, so you cannot do the things you want to do, so it actually hinders my freedom to do anything."
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Digital rights management top of mind for Dale Copps at SLA 2011
Dale Copps, Library Manager for Creare, Inc. talks with Janelle Kozyra, blogger for Inmagic, about what brings him to SLA 2011, including his speaking session about digital rights management challenges facing librarians. TRANSCRIPT Janelle: Hi everyone. I'm Janelle Kozyra, blogger for Inmagic. We are at the SLA 2011 Conference, and I am here with Dale Copps. Dale, tell me what company you're with and what you do. Dale: I work for Creare, Incorporated. It's a small engineering company in Hanover, N.H. We invent new technologies. Janelle: So what brings you to SLA this year? Dale: I'm the library manager at Creare. We have about 120 employees, I'm here primarily to check out new products to see what, to talk with my vendors, to try to encourage them to move in the direction I want them to move in, and I'm also facilitating a session that's going to talk about libraries and the DRM challenge. Janelle: Can you give us a little preview into maybe some of the points you're going to articulate in that session? Dale: When I say DRM challenge, I'm talking about digital rights management. Libraries are struggling with providing services in the electronic world that are similar to the services they provide in the paper world, primarily because a lot of documents, e-books, journal articles, standards, etc. have protections built into them which makes it difficult for us to acquire many products and manage them in a way that we're used to managing paper-based resources. So the session that I'm facilitating will bring up this issue and hopefully have a discussion among the people who attend to see if we can come up with some solutions. Janelle: So the theme of SLA 2011 this year is Future Ready. So what sorts of trends are on your radar right now that you see impacting you and your organization in the coming year? Dale: I acquire 1,500 to 1,800 items a year -- books, journal articles, standards, patents, etc. They're all moving into the electronic world. They're all becoming digital resources. In terms of the future, I'm trying to acquire them digitally in a manner that I can manage efficiently and affordably in my library. It's a struggle. But that's one of the areas that I'm here for. Probably the other one is, in a specific sort of way, I'm looking for enterprise search capabilities to bring out to my library and my library patrons. So I'm looking for a particular product that we can get interest in for that. Janelle: Great. Well, thanks Dale. Good luck at your speaking session and enjoy the rest of the show. Dale: Great. Thank you.
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Do you work with external partners and suppliers? Do you have to share confidential or sensitive information with these partners and suppliers, but worried about that information going beyond the permitted parties? This video explains how you can secure information that travels beyond your firewall, with the ability for you to monitor and control that information. This video tells you about the capability of enterprise rights management, which is also known as information rights management and how it can help secure your sensitive documents.
Catch the WAV: Audio files explained - Lab Rats #148
Andy and Sean break through the acronyms and jargon as they demystify audio files. Should you choose a "lossy" format like MP3 when converting your aging CD collection to your computer and digital audio player? Or should you choose a "lossless" format like FLAC? What is an MP3? What about AAC and WAV? And how about DRM? All these terms and more are demystified in classic Lab Rats style.
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Speaker: John Simmons Date: September 22, 2015 Title: SFO15-200K3 : The Web and Digital Rights Management – the technical solution to the Web-DRM paradox and its disruptive implications ★ Session Description ★ ABSTRACT: The Internet poses a fascinating technical challenge for commercial media distribution. As noted in a 2003 United Nations WIPO report, the principle purpose of DRM is to create an element of scarcity on behalf of a rights holder; but doing so raises a fundamental paradox - the business of the publisher lies in providing access rather than preventing it. The report went on to state: “Nevertheless, unless copyright is to be abandoned as a mechanism for trading in intellectual property entirely, it will be essential to find an answer to this paradox.” The introduction in 2011 of a global standard for DRM-interoperable encoding and the 2012 Microsoft-Netflix-Google proposal for HTML5 Encrypted Media Extensions (EME) provided a partial answer to this paradox. What remained was to extend this capability to open source applications, thus providing a complete answer to the Web-DRM paradox while enabling open, interoperable media applications with access to enhanced content protection. This talk will cover the technical underpinnings of this highly disruptive, strategic inflection point, the interplay between open source and enhanced content protection and the implications for both commercial video and the Internet. John’s bio: John Simmons is the visionary who inspired Microsoft to play a leadership role in the creation of international media standards. In a 2008 internal memo John envisioned a RESTful, interoperable commercial media stack, predicting its impact on the Web. His efforts resulted in Microsoft publishing specs for DRM-interoperable encoding and adaptive streaming, which in turn culminated in the ISO MPEG standards for Common Encryption and Dynamic Adaptive Streaming over HTTP (DASH). He led the creation of an OAuth 2.0 TV Everywhere authorization standard, initiated the Google-Microsoft-Netflix contributions to W3C for HTML5 Encrypted Media Extensions (EME) and Media Source Extensions (MSE) and authored an open spec to enable embedded browsers to implement EME without the use of proprietary software. At present John is the Media Platform Architect for Microsoft’s Operating System Group. ★ Resources ★ Google Event to Watch Live: https://plus.google.com/u/1/events/cpd8iven7d60tidsvd7ntcnjl4k Pathable: https://sfo15.pathable.com/meetings/302830 Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=14YnkW6ZsI0 Presentation: Etherpad: pad.linaro.org/p/sfo15-200k3 ★ Event Details ★ Linaro Connect San Francisco 2015 - #SFO15 September 21-25, 2015 Hyatt Regency Hotel http://www.linaro.org http://connect.linaro.org
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