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Audio: National Security and Free Speech – From Wikileaks to the Pentagon Papers

| May 5, 2011
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Last week, KQED News, Berkeley Law, and the UC Berkeley School of Information held a discussion panel on National Security and Free Speech. You can listen to the first two panels below.

Panel three — moderated by KQED’s Scott Shafer and made up of UC Berkeley’s Lowell Bergman and Robert Cole, plus Daniel Ellsberg of Pentagon Papers fame — will be aired on KQED 88.5 FM at 1 p.m. on May 21, then archived here.

Panel 1 – Transparency and Accountability vs. Diplomacy and Deliberation

  • Nicky Ozer, ACLU Northern California (moderator)
  • Steve Weber (UC Berkeley School of Information)
  • Carlos Osorio (The National Security Archive)
  • Saira Mohamed (UC Berkeley School of Law)
  • James R. Jacobs (Government Information Librarian, Stanford)

LISTEN HERE TO PANEL 1

Panel 2 – Privately Created Public Platoforms: To Whom Should They Be Accountable?

  • Deirdre Mulligan, UC Berkeley School of Information (moderator)
  • Chris Palmer, Electronic Frontier Foundation
  • Anupam Chander, UC Davis School of Law

LISTEN HERE TO PANEL 2

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