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May 16, 2008

: Fuck Flickr – Yahoo is a Narc

Filed under: 4SUXX — Tags: , — xshortlist @ 7:45 pm


Shi Tao is serving a 10-year sentence in prison for writing articles calling for political reform in China. Yahoo helped put him there.
FuckFlickr is open-source image gallery software that won’t narc you out. We created it as an alternative to hosting your photos on a certain Yahoo-owned photo sharing site.

No database required; just upload it and put images in the data directory.
/ f.a.t.

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April 27, 2008

: Sebastian E. und die Bundesregierung All Stars

Filed under: 4SUXX — Tags: , , — xshortlist @ 3:10 pm

DANCE THE STATE CONTROL / BooCompany

“Was soll der Scheiß…?” / redblog

April 24, 2008

: German intelligence probed for monitoring journalist in Afghanistan

Filed under: xxx — Tags: , , — xshortlist @ 5:07 pm

Germany’s foreign intelligence service BND came under pressure Thursday following revelations it had monitored the e-mail correspondence of a German journalist reporting on Afghanistan for Der Spiegel news magazine. Ernst Uhrlau, the president of the Federal Intelligence Service (BND), responded to questions from members of the Parliamentary Control Committee (PKG) in closed session.

… / The Earth Times

Another journalist spied, BND affair is expanding / taz

April 20, 2008

: Blogging on a List of Terrorists?

Filed under: xxx — Tags: , , , , — xshortlist @ 8:31 pm

10.000 registered Blogs within 3 days on BayWords

The site should be somewhat stable now. We’ve updated a lot of stuff and tweaked the database to cope with the load. We’ve also took in the idea of opening a forum that someone asked for. You can find it at SuprBay.org, BayWords admin declares.

:: Controlled Chaos

BayWords is an interesting experiment. Will the blogs here be different from what’s out there already? Or are people already blogging freely eslewhere? What parts of the world will this appeal to? Are governments already watching BayWords? Am I on an enemies list now?
BAYWORDS: FREEDOM TO BLOG? / via SOCIALIZED ON BAYWORDS

:: stay tuned for more reactions

: Anonymity Network TOR

Filed under: xxx — Tags: , — xshortlist @ 4:20 pm

The initiative of the Humanist Union (HU), launched a separate exit router with a transmission capacity of 5.5 Mbytes / sec for the anonymity network tor to instigate more well-known and larger organisations to get also tor exit routers to connect their own members, and to discuss the necessity of anonymity in view of data retention, online and offline monitoring and the purpose of an anonymous network as a gateway to information
… more / google translation en
/ ravenhorst de

April 18, 2008

: BayWords | Freedom of Speech

Filed under: shortlist — Tags: , , — xshortlist @ 6:56 am

The seemingly unsinkable torrent search The Pirate Bay has launched BayWords blogging service that aims to provide users with censorship-free blog hosting at no cost. ‘Because of the need of freedom of speech and secure hosting facility of the words being said we could not agree to how people behave towards bloggers. Many blogs are being shut down for uncomfortable thoughts and ideas. We will not do that. Our goal is to protect freedom of speech and your thoughts. As long as you don’t break any Swedish laws in your blog, we will defend it’, BayWords declares.

They are using WordPress as the blogging engine for this new service. Fill out the one-step form and you’ll be blogging seconds later!

Matt Mullenweg from WordPress talked about this new service: “WordPress.com supports free speech and doesn’t shut people down for “uncomfortable thoughts and ideas”, in fact we’re blocked in several countries because of that. However as a US-based company we must comply with US laws, which means if the primary purpose of a blog is distributing illegal material it’s not a good fit for WordPress.com.” | via TechWhack |

AHOY BayWords, after BayImg we will see you soon on BayWatch!

:. All your cops are belong to us! /hlywd | TPB |
:. Fighting for Bloggers’ Rights | EFF |
:. Please Note | shortlist |

terrocracy by oolab

Die Piraten des scheinbar unsinkbaren Torrent-Trackers The Pirate Bay haben den zensurfreien Blog-Service BayWords gestartet. Bei zunehmenden Zensurbestrebungen will TPB mit der Plattform BayWords die freie Meinungsäußerung in Blogs sichern, um ungehindert auch unbequeme Statements veröffentlichen zu können – zumindest, solange sie sich im Rahmen der schwedischen Gesetze bewegen, versichert Admin brokep.

Für Baywords hat man zwar Spacedump als schwedischen Hoster gewählt statt dem TPB-Hoster PRQ, doch das kostenlose Blog-Netzwerk nutzt das populäre Weblog-System WordPress, deren amerikanischer Betreiber sich an US-Gesetze halten muß. Der BayWords-Service ist kostenlos, die Grundeinstellungen konfigurieren und unter einer Adresse xxxxx.baywords.com starten.

Blog-Zensur ist nicht nur in autoritären Staaten wie China oder Burma ein Thema. In Großbritannien wurde im März 2008 das regierungskritische Blog Civil Serf einer britischen Ministerialbeamtin vom Netz genommen und danach verkündet, dass es Blogging-Richtlinien für Staatsangestellte geben werde. In den USA kam es im vergangenen Jahr zu Blog-Löschungen von Diskussionsgruppen zum Thema Sex auf LiveJournal.

|| Q: Why dont you Pirate Bay guys ever finish a project before starting a new one?
|| A: We do whatever we want, whenever we want. If it doesnt suit you, you can start your own empire.
|| FAQ on BayImg

Auf die Klage von US-Medienkonzernen antwortet TPB:
All your cops are belong to us! /hlywd
‘It has come to our attention that Warner Bros has employed the police officer in charge of the whole investigation about The Pirate Bay.’
Time to investigate the investigators.

WARNING: Deleting a blog also deletes all of its associated data
Vor dem Blog-Deleting kommt das Blog-Bashing. ‘Das Jahr 2007 dürfte als Hoch-Zeit der konsequenten Denunzierung von Bloggern und deren Machenschaften von seiten der Printmedien in die Annalen einer Geschichte des Unnötigen eingehen’, wird es in bei in|ad|ae|qu|at zielsicher auf den Punkt formuliert.

:. Fighting for Bloggers’ Rights | EFF |
:. Überwachung im Kapitalismus | shortlist |
foto : terrocracy by oolab | cc license
xxx : the pirate bay, blog, network, privacy
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