This week’s episode talks about the ethics of information handling, promulgates a reading of a new open source license that could be used in LIS realm software projects, and provides a brief news miscellany.
- Associated Press: Ohio judge weighs whether to keep rape trial open
- Reuters: Lawyer for accused Ohio rapist blames online group for notoriety
- The text of copyleft-next 0.1.0 as presented
- France24: France orders Twitter to identify racist users
- Scott Ott, a local Republican politician in eastern Pennsylvania
- PJ Tatler: Government-Approved Islam Books Coming to Library Near You
- British sociologist Dr. Tiffany Jenkins
- The Scotsman: Tiffany Jenkins — Libraries are on a slippery pole
- Censored Genius: Libraries, Chasing the 1%
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