Changes between Version 3 and Version 4 of nyc_anarchist_book_fair_2008


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Mar 23, 2008, 5:44:13 PM (14 years ago)
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Jamie McClelland
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    2929  Is the communications medium i'm using something i can rely on?  Who controls the medium?  Can it be shut down or interrupted?  Will it be there when i need it urgently?
    3030
    31 == Role Play ==
    32 
    33 We're going to lead a role play where each participant is issued an identity, objectives, and complicating restrictions.
    34 
    35 People in the room all stand in a circle, facing outward, away from each other, but with hands within reach. People do not walk around.  Each person has a pad of paper and a pen, and is issued an "e-mail address".
    36 
    37 One subgroup of people in the room is a group of activists, trying to select a time for their next action (a surprise picket, say).  They need to pick a time when as many of them can make it as possible, and they need to do this by writing notes on paper and handing them off around the room.
    38 
    39 Other scenarios/objectives?
    40 
    4131== Use Cases/Case Studies ==
    4232
    43 We're interested in discussing particular common scenarios.  We're not lawyers, so we won't get into legal advice.
     33We're interested in addressing particular common scenarios.  We're not lawyers, so we won't get into legal advice.
    4434
    45 Some scenarios that we want people to think about are:
     35Some scenarios that we want people to think about (via role play and discussion - see below) are:
    4636
    4737 * Chinese dissident bloggers getting their personal info turned over to the authorities from their blog hosts
     
    5141 * IM encryption -- how does this differ from e-mail encryption?
    5242 * Search engine queries and online purchases can be tracked to an individual
     43
     44== Role Play ==
     45
     46We have not fully figured out what role plays we can do or how to organize them. We discussed having one role play that attempts to address the scenarios/use cases above or doing a series of simpler role plays, each one addressing one or a few of the scenarios/use cases above.
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     48One role play we discuss: each participant is issued an identity, objectives, and complicating restrictions.
     49
     50People in the room all stand in a circle, facing outward, away from each other, but with hands within reach. People do not walk around.  Each person has a pad of paper and a pen, and is issued an "e-mail address".
     51
     52One subgroup of people in the room is a group of activists, trying to select a time for their next action (a surprise picket, say).  They need to pick a time when as many of them can make it as possible, and they need to do this by writing notes on paper and handing them off around the room.
     53
     54Other scenarios/objectives?
    5355
    5456== Followup ==