I owe an apology to my readers: I did not disappeared or stopped blogging, I just changed platform for a little while. No worries, this is still my official blog, but for the time being you can see what I … Continue reading →
In the discussion we had at ICCM on crisis mapping security, we discussed about what are the scenarios where we can see the issue of security arising for a crisis mapping project. According to me those are 4: The case … Continue reading →
This blog expresses only my personal views, and not the one of any organization or institution I have worked or currently work for. I have a background in human rights and humanitarian affairs, and in those fields you do something … Continue reading →
This blog expresses only my personal views, and not the one of any organization or institution I have worked or currently work for. At his opening speech at ICCM Patrick Meier has listed a number of topics that have been … Continue reading →
I was invited to speak to a panel in the Internet Governance Forum on the 27th – 30th of September by AccessNow, on Privacy and security in an open/realtime/linked data world. The goal of this workshop was to discuss open, realtime, … Continue reading →
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