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December 20, 2010: All You Have to do is Ask (Wikileaks Special)
The internet illuminati tells us how to think about Wikileaks. For Ethan Zuckerman and Douglas Rushkoff, it's kind of an "I Told You So" moment. Daniel Ellsberg explains why Bradley Manning is a better comparison than Julian Assange while Jillian York says FAIL to Time Magazine's choice for person of the year. Cartoonist Joe Alterio draws the cables and Christopher Beam celebrates the diplomatic 'talent' pool. Plus Gabriella Coleman on Anonymous, Evgeny Morozov on DDOS, and your host asks "What Would China Do?"
Listen to this show: MP3 - 128K |
|Your Host/Jeremy Goldkorn/Isaac Mao||What Would China Do?|
|Bill Bowen reports||PDF Conference|
|Joe Alterio/Christopher Beam||Journalistic Value|
|Daniel Ellsberg||Bradley Manning|
|Jillian York||Person of the Year|
|Evgeny Morozov||Wikileaks - 18 hours a day|
|Ethan Zuckerman||the Future?|
|Gabriella Coleman||Operation Leakspin|
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