Imagine an Internet without censorship, an Internet built out of like-minded peers and secure connections. Born out of the r/darknetplan Reddit community’s dream of developing a truly free Internet, Project Meshnet may sound like something straight out of a science-fiction novel but it’s actually an idea that is slowly coalescing […]


Big media can’t compete with the Internet so they’re seeking to destroy it. They also want to change “innocent until proven guilty” while they’re at it. A handful of massive media companies have spent millions of dollars paying off Congressional crooks to ram through a “law” that essentially breaks the […]


[ false-flag, anyone ? ] Today the Feds raided the website MegaUpload, which led to the arrests of seven people across the globe, according to some reports. [youtube]_lXau4TDt7M[/youtube] Now the Hacktivist group, Anonymous, has come forth in retaliation to the crackdown and launched an attack on several websites including The […]

[ A recent map of the internet ] Computer networks proved their organizing power during the recent uprisings in the Middle East, in which Facebook pages amplified street protests that toppled dictators. But those same networks showed their weaknesses as well, such as when the Egyptian government walled off most […]


[youtube]-96TCpcHfcM[/youtube] Explaining Netflix to Simon Power Posted by Clare Curran on August 10th, 2011 Commerce Minister Simon Power drove through the Copyright Bill a few months ago. It gets enacted on 1 September, but as of tomorrow illegal filesharing will count towards penalties. Labour supported it in order to […]

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