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Work january 30, 2013

Congress Asks If Aaron Swartz's Legal Punishment Was Too Severe

Republicans Darrell Issa and Democrat Elijah Cummings are among those unsure if charges fitted the activist's "crime."

Technology june 28, 2012

Wikipedia Founder Launches Campaign Against Extradition Of British Student [Headlines]

Richard O'Dwyer created TVShack.net, which linked to sites to watch TV and movies. Although he's lived in the UK his entire life, he faces 10 years in prison in the US.

Cities april 19, 2012

What Is CISPA?

Internet privacy advocates warn that Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act will give US unprecedented access.

Design & Architecture february 20, 2012

Clay Shirky To Speak At PSFK CONFERENCE NYC 2012

Shirky teaches at NYU's ITP course which is widely recognized as one of the key drivers of the city's creativity.

Design & Architecture january 21, 2012

PSFK’s Top Five Stories Of The Week

Review the best in design, trends, culture, arts and fashion in our weekly 'What's Trending Now' roundup.

IoT january 21, 2012

This Week In Brand Strategy & Marketing

PSFK curates some of the strategy, digital and creative advertising news catching our attention.

Technology january 17, 2012

Wikipedia Will Pull Plug On Its Site For 24 Hours To Protest SOPA [Headlines]

The sixth most popular web site in the world will shut down all its English web pages to stop the new piece of legislation that threatens the future of the internet.

Sustainability january 12, 2012

New Android App Lets Users Identify Brands That Support SOPA

Smartphone scanning technology gives customers an easy way to identify items that are produced by companies that support the controversial piece of legislation.

Technology january 12, 2012

Reddit Announces Blackout To Protest SOPA [Headlines]

The popular social news site is shutting down for 12 hours to openly object the new piece of legislation that could severely limit online freedoms.

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