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Thoughts on democracy from the U.S. capital
I've been thinking... Suing news outlets with whom you don't agree is not philanthropy . The arc of platform consolidation built on the back of personal data that has contributed to the collapse of independent journalism is a story line we may see repeated ...
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Resources - Tech for Social Good
I just finished teaching a continuing studies class at Stanford on Tech for Social Good. My colleague and co-teacher, Rob Reich, and I assembled this list of free online sites to follow/ newsletters to read for the class. I thought I'd share it here as well...
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Death and digital civil society
Last week's episode of the Raw Data podcast is mostly about death. That said, the last 7 minutes or so include some thoughts from me about our relationships to our digital data, why we need new rules for this resource, and why it matters during life as well...
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It's the data, stupid
Last Friday I was part of the International Data Responsibility Group's second conference where I heard incredible examples of how the World Food Programme is using data to guide its work feeding people in conflict zones and thought long and hard about data...
Last Friday I was part of the International Data Responsibility Group's second conference where I heard incredible examples of how the World Food Programme is using data to guide its work feeding people in conflict zones and thought long and hard about data collaboratives and the possibility of ...
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Ranking Digital Rights
The Ranking Digital Rights initiative is important. Take a look . Like the Electronic Frontier Foundation's " Who has your back report " these efforts analyze, report on, and rank the privacy-respecting practices of corporations and online companies. So, wh...
The Ranking Digital Rights initiative is important. Take a look. Like the Electronic Frontier Foundation's "Who has your back report" these efforts analyze, report on, and rank the privacy-respecting practices of corporations and online companies. So, what about civil society?
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Alternative interpretations
As if maintaining this blog weren't enough, I've jumped on the Medium bandwagon. You can find my stories here , the Lab's posts here , and a publication called The Development Set here . Here's a piece I wrote about how the discussions about the Chan Zucker...
As if maintaining this blog weren't enough, I've jumped on the Medium bandwagon. You can find my stories here, the Lab's posts here, and a publication called The Development Set here. Here's a piece I wrote about how the discussions about the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative might have played out had ...
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Redesigning civil society organizations
Digital data are everywhere. They are replicable, generative, storable, scalable, nonrival and nonexcludable. Digital data are different enough from time and money - the two resources around which most of our existing institutions are designed - that it's t...
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Digital civil society in one minute and 26 seconds
From an interview at Worldview Stanford Lucy Bernholz: Digital Civil Society from Worldview on Vimeo .
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Civil society (and philanthropy's) digital roots
Today's assigned readings on digital civil society: Neil Richards, The iPhone Case and the Future of Civil Liberties , Boston Review, February 2016  Neil Richards, Apple's Code = Speech Mistake , Technology Review, March 2016 Cathy O'Neill, The Ethical Data...
Today's assigned readings on digital civil society: Neil Richards, The iPhone Case and the Future of Civil Liberties, Boston Review, February 2016; Neil Richards, Apple's Code = Speech Mistake, Technology Review, March 2016; Cathy O'Neill, The Ethical Data Scientist, Slate, February 2016 ...
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Let the lawsuits begin
We launched digitalIMPACT.io on Tuesday at the Data on Purpose conference. It was great. One of the conversations I had during the event was initiated by someone asking me the question, "When will the lawsuits begin?" The point was that organizations won't ...
We launched digitalIMPACT.io on Tuesday at the Data on Purpose conference. It was great. One of the conversations I had during the event was initiated by someone asking me the question, "When will the lawsuits begin?" The point was that organizations won't change until they really have to, ...
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Raw Data - the podcast
Podcasts are in again. I know you know that.   Photo: http://worldview.stanford.edu/blog-posts?field_categories_multiple_target_id=546 I was recently asked by the good folks at Worldview Stanford , who have included me in some of their amazing campus progra...
I was recently asked by the good folks at Worldview Stanford, who have included me in some of their amazing campus programming, to do an interview for their new podcast. So first I wanted to listen to what they were up to. I missed my bus stop I was so tuned in.
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The digital rights agenda for civil society
As always, talking with smart people makes me smarter. Last week at lunch Henry Timms asked, "What is it, Lucy? What is the digital rights agenda for civil society?" Since it's Henry, I knew I needed a sharp, pithy answer (preferably tweetable). "Three thin...
As always, talking with smart people makes me smarter. Last week at lunch Henry Timms asked, "What is it, Lucy? What is the digital rights agenda for civil society?" Since it's Henry, I knew I needed a sharp, pithy answer (preferably tweetable). "Three things matter most, Henry.
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Senior Research Scholar, Stanford University
Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society (Digital Civil Society Lab)