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EFF and ERI fight to quash ‘speech-chilling’ subpoenas from Chevron
The Electronic Frontier Foundation and EarthRights International (ERI) have requested judges in California and New York to quash subpoenas issued by Chevron Corporation to three email providers demanding identifying information about the users of more than 100 email accounts. Continue reading
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Citizen's journalism on the move
Filemobile launches citizen journalism functionality into Media Factory
BY PAUL QUIGLEY
ECM Plus +++ Canadian software vendor Filemobile has just debuted a series of producer-friendly features to its user-generated content management platform Media Factory 3.0.
According to Filemobile, the new citizen journalism features are designed to streamline workflow, navigation and management. The new enhancements offer integration with automated broadcast systems, enabling upload and broadcast of user-generated content from any digital format. Continue reading
Autonomy’s moves into the cloud platform to expand to 25 petabytes of customer data under management
By PAUL QUIGLEY
ECM Plus +++ Autonomy has just acquired selected key assets of Iron Mountain’s digital division including archiving, eDiscovery and online backup.
In a digital asset firesale that observers see as a stratgic move into the cloud for Autonomy, this means access to Autonomy’s technology for information governance in secure, private clouds in data centres. Continue reading
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Digital rebels mashing up content in low-budget movie-making
NAB Show to host Super Session on next-generation film-making
BY PAUL QUIGLEY
+++ NAB 2011 will this year be featuring a new theme of ‘Digital Rebels: The New Generation of Filmmakers and Storytellers’, a Super Session looking at the latest innovations in what they call ‘daring film productions’ and digital techniques they use.
Moderated by Adobe’s senior VP and GM John Loiacono, the session will take place on Tuesday, April 12 at the NAB Show in Las Vegas. Continue reading