The New French Hacker-Artist Underground →
itwonlast: By JON LACKMAN l Wired Jan.20, 2012 Thirty years ago, in the dead of night, a group of six Parisian teenagers pulled off what would prove to be a fateful theft. They met up at a small cafè near the Eiffel Tower to review their plans—again—before heading out into the dark. Lifting a grate from the street, they descended a ladder to a tunnel, an unlit concrete passageway...
PUBLIC DOMAIN MANIFESTO →
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rip A Remix Manifesto →
Bulgaria anti ACTA!
thelaneveur: Please sign the petition here.
sparkserupt: acta is seriously starting to scare me. and it scares me even more knowing that most people don’t know about it. and if people know, why aren’t they talking about it? what the fuck.
1.- Alcance: El ACTA es una postura global y no local. Esta norma pretende convertirse en un convenio transnacional apoyado por grupos de poder.
El Rey está desnudo: Letter sent today by the FFII... →
Dear Members of the Committee on Development, We are writing to express our concerns with the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA). Below we will present points which we believe are essential for a proper assessment of ACTA’s impact on development. 1. ACTA is not only TRIPS plus, ACTA…
Access Now: Just Say ‘No’ to ACTA →
accessnow: If you thought SOPA and PIPA were bad, let us introduce you to their Big Brother, ACTA. The Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement, which has already been signed by several countries, poses a dangerous threat to the inherent freedom and openess of the Internet. Under ACTA, ISPs and…
Hey, help us reach 10,000 Signatures against ACTA...
A single event can awaken within us a stranger totally unknown to us. To live is...– Antoine de Saint-Exupery (via ivonnelireyes)