This might be of interest to members of the list. I've attended a few of
these virtual encounters and they're very, very interesting.
I'm currently enjoying "ReadMe!" and many of the discussions there could
have been chapters of the book. One thing is what's planned, another
what ends up being talked about, specially the conversations prior to
the start of the actual event. Make sure to connect one hour to half an
hour before, if that's feasible.
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Subject: [IP] CCRC/IP-Asia June 6, 9pm JST: Jeff returns - The United States
From: ファーバーデイビッド Ｊ <far...@keio.jp>
Date: Fri, 3 Jun 2022 17:54:57 +0900
To: Ip Ip <i...@ip.topicbox.com>
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Dear CCRC colleagues and friends
As part of our ongoing activities, Keio University Cyber Civilization
Research Center, David Farber and Dan Gillmor are continuing their
weekly online gathering over Zoom.
CCRC/IP-Asia is a platform for sharing new ideas, exchanging information
and getting around people with common interests. We have had a good
crowd from East and West to discuss topics ranging from network
infrastructure to media & disinformation to supply chains to information
tracing, and much more. Here is the list of previous topics that we've
In the coming session, Professor Jeff Kosseff will talk about his new
book, The United States of Anonymous, which traces the history of legal
protections for anonymous speech in the United States. The discussion
will consider the costs and benefits of anonymous speech, and compare
the legal protections in the United States with those of other
Note Professor Kosseff has requested that we not record his comments, So
We hold these conversations every Monday! Please invite people you think
can contribute to the discussion.
Put this on your calendar: Monday, 9 pm (2100) JST on June 6, 2022.
(EST: 8am | BST: 1pm | CEST 2pm )
Here is the link for this Zoom gathering:
See you on Monday!
Dave and Dan
PS: The meeting is held under the Chatham House Rule. Here's what that
"When a meeting, or part thereof, is held under the Chatham House Rule,
participants are free to use the information received, but neither the
identity nor the affiliation of the speaker(s), nor that of any other
participant, may be revealed
Delivery options: https://ip.topicbox.com/groups/ip/subscription
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