Governments, citizens, media and tech companies are all wrestling with how to handle the hypernetworked future that's rushing in on us, and it's starting to get ugly. In this week's RWW Hangout, Dan, Eliot, Fruzsina, Jon and Ted tried to wrap their minds around Internet censorship, the relationship between governments and social networks, and the ever-changing cultural norms around privacy.
Here are links to the posts and topics we talked about:
- Russia's New Censorship Law Diminishes the Entire Internet
- Google Documents Government Snooping
- Everybody is Lying to Me and I Don't Care
- Teen Sexting Really Does Mean Teen Sex
We hang out at 11:00 a.m. Pacific on Thursdays, and you're welcome to join us or just watch live. (Here's the time for every time zone.) Make sure to follow +ReadWriteWeb on Google+ if you want to watch or participate. We'd love to have you!