Philip K. Howard: Four ways to fix a broken legal system

Philip K. Howard gave an interesting talk at TED2010 about the legal minefield the US legal system has become and how to fix it.

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Michael Sandel: What’s the right thing to do?

TED recently started a “Best of the web” series. One of the great talks is a lecture given by Michael Sandel, professor at Harvard for political philosophy, about philosophical dilemmas.

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David Mutton: Policing Our Minds

Forensic psychologist David Mutton explains what investigative psychologists really do and points out some conflicts in Australian law and the work of an investigative psychologist with human rights and ethics.

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Elizabeth Warren: The Coming Collapse of the Middle Class – Higher Risks, Lower Rewards, and a Shrinking Safety Net

Elizabeth Warren, Harvard law professor, manages to show the connection between all the important issues that affect the American middle class.

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Found at The Big Picture (via Reddit).

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Shelly Roche: Secret Copyright Treaty Threatens Internet Freedom

Shelly Roche from ByteStyle.tv warns about the consequences of the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement, the secret copyright treaty that recently leaked, which according to the Free Software Foundation would "create a culture of surveillance and suspicion".

You can find more information and links in the article at ByteStyle.tv.

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