James Bryce Clark email@example.com
Los Angeles, California
Global open standards: OASIS general counsel. Personal views. Lawyer, IPR guy, dad, husband, hacker, boater. Ex-Wall Street, ex-Minnesota. This account is mirrored at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Do #social sites obey government demands? Usually, yes. RT @KWabs@twitter.comt: Requests for Facebook user data - graphic … http://j.mp/15kw1SGAnd may I say, duh. It's not remarkable that Internet #social companies obey court orders. The thing that seems to surprise average citizens is that those court orders are so easy to get -- and for so many different purposes (including folks who just don't like you) -- and that there's often little remediation or even notice available, even in the most supposedly-civilized nations.
- Rigo and Glyn: As a lazy lawyer, I have to "up my game" on tools, to use @Evan@e14n.com 's identi.ca over #pumpio effectively. Rigo, you guys at @W3C have more geeks than we do; and Glyn, I have to say, with admiration, it is fairly clear that you're either practically a mutant, or a hive collective, in terms of facile tool use. Any advice? It's the classic issue of early days #FOSS stuff.
- #PRISM's Price: A take from InfoWeek's @email@example.com: US #cloud computing sales taking a #surveillance-related hit, http://www.informationweek.com/cloud-computing/infrastructure/nsas-prism-could-cost-us-cloud-companies/