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  • 1. Best Practices: Wikileaks  Learning from ATJ  Technology Principles iConference 2011 Brian Rowe  University of Washington iSchool Seattle University Law
  • 2. John Stuart Mill
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  • 11. if Wikileaks is used with a healthy dose of skepticism, it could become as important a journalistic tool as the Freedom of Information Act. - Time magazine January 2007
  • 12. photo under CC-BY  Espen Moe  From Flickr
  • 13. UNKNOWN EDITORS   UNKNOWN PROCESS
  • 14. Poison Pill
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  • 17. III. Openness and Privacy   & Security
  • 18. Audience Stakeholders Users Creators
  • 19. Partnerships
  • 20. [email_address] Several images were used under 1st Amendment fair use rights  Presentations is under a CC-BY license   Thanks University Of Washington iSchool, Seattle University Law, MCDM, Seattle Public Library