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Adam La France
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Lawyer, sailor & life-long learner. Enjoying the view from the shoulders of giants.
Lawyer, sailor & life-long learner. Enjoying the view from the shoulders of giants.

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Real talk from Kevin Spacey: "TV" is dead, Content is king. Give the people what they want!

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YouTube Copyright Basics: proof that even lawyers can be funny and informative at the same time (with the help of some clever puppetry no less):

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If a picture's worth a 1000 words, here's 43 000 beautiful ones: http://mashable.com/2013/02/07/2013-sony-world-photography-awards/

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 "The new status symbol isn’t what you own--it’s what you’re smart enough not to own."

An interesting read on the rise of sharing models and "dis-ownership": 

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Waste not, want not:  http://vimeo.com/52711779

I look forward to watching the full-length documentary!

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"Send as encrypted message", Hopefully it's Gmail feature rolling out in the near future: 

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A great montage of Canada as shared by Canadians:

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I firmly believe that the principle of furthering knowledge through a diversity of thought and participation is what underlies the truly awesome power of a free and open Internet. 

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By working together and making our voices heard, we can continue to shape Canada's digital policy in the public interest. Many thanks to those at the forefront, +Michael Geist 

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At next month's International Telecommunications Union conference (more information here: http://bit.ly/P4CBa1), certain countries are proposing to extend Internet governance in ways that could increase access costs, introduce new censorship laws and take away human rights online. 

We're creating a coalition for Internet freedom with organizations and citizens from around the world. Learn more and become a part of this global movement at http://ProtectInternetFreedom.net. 
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