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Not true, @ eris & #Aaron. We have plenty of it - for our fellow Americans...
 
#aaron #aaronswartz #swartz

“Everyone Made Themselves the Hero.” Remembering Aaron Swartz

On January 18, 2012, the Internet went dark. Hundreds of websites went black in protest of the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and the PROTECT IP Act (PIPA). The bills would have created a “blacklist” of censored websites based on accusations of copyright infringement. SOPA was en route to quietly passing. But when millions of Americans complained to their members of Congress, support for the bill quickly vanished. We called it the Internet at its best. As we approach the fifth anniversary of the blackout, we also note a much sadder anniversary.
 
#aaron #aaronswartz #swartz

“Everyone Made Themselves the Hero.” Remembering Aaron Swartz

On January 18, 2012, the Internet went dark. Hundreds of websites went black in protest of the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and the PROTECT IP Act (PIPA). The bills would have created a “blacklist” of censored websites based on accusations of copyright infringement. SOPA was en route to quietly passing. But when millions of Americans complained to their members of Congress, support for the bill quickly vanished. We called it the Internet at its best. As we approach the fifth anniversary of the blackout, we also note a much sadder anniversary.
 
#aaron #aaronswartz #swartz

“Everyone Made Themselves the Hero.” Remembering Aaron Swartz

On January 18, 2012, the Internet went dark. Hundreds of websites went black in protest of the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and the PROTECT IP Act (PIPA). The bills would have created a “blacklist” of censored websites based on accusations of copyright infringement. SOPA was en route to quietly passing. But when millions of Americans complained to their members of Congress, support for the bill quickly vanished. We called it the Internet at its best. As we approach the fifth anniversary of the blackout, we also note a much sadder anniversary.
 

Aaron Swartz




November 8, 1986 – January 11, 2013

#Aaron #Swartz
 

Aaron Swartz




November 8, 1986 – January 11, 2013

#Aaron #Swartz
 

Aaron Swartz




November 8, 1986 – January 11, 2013

#Aaron #Swartz
 

Aaron Swartz




November 8, 1986 – January 11, 2013

#Aaron #Swartz
 
2017: #TRUTH #RISING -- #Melissa & #Aaron #Dykes



#SGTreport.com

Published on Jan 1, #2017

Aaron and Melissa Dykes are truth researchers, truth journalists and truth filmmakers. Their excellent website Truthstreammedia.com and You Tube channel by the same name are two must visit destination for anyone who wants to be informed about the REAL issues we face. Truthstreammedia is the antithesis to the " #fake #news" you'll get from CNN and #mainstream #media outlets.
 
You read all tweets @HannahCranston_ ?
before i run out of character let me try to explain why you probably will not be able to wind your brain around this. That could be because you didn't get the very basics of systems and decentralization.
You feed the machine, the machine feeds you.

Well .. i'm left with one question, who owns the general switch?

You do a daily backup of all your work you properly publish on other peoples services? Good to know that they never ever change their TOS because _.. yes they can_
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You read all tweets @hannahcranston?
before i run out of character let me try to explain why you probably will not be able to wind your brain around this. That could be because you didn't get the very basics of systems and decentralization.
You feed the machine, the machine feeds you.

Well .. i'm left with one question, who owns the general switch?

You do a daily backup of all your work you properly publish on other peoples services? Good to know that they never ever change their TOS because .. yes they can.

It's not that i didn't informed @AnaKasparian already, i simply guess that she isn't aware of the advantage early adopters have when the sh** hit's the fan.

I mean, i even do propaganda for your friend @jiadarola over here and over there, but you know .. with mowing... ver más
 
Alex Marty wrote the following post:
I just watched the documentary Aaron Swartz - the Internet's Own Boy and decided that, in the spirit of free information, it should be uploaded onto P2P networks. I added it to IPFS and ZeroNet.

IPFS Hash: QmNbQh8hVUVkVnt9Ggi5rVjxVdFhjGHfNrA8tk16sWtAw6

ZeroNet: http://127.0.0.1:43110/1MMpRGG3kem5VBqrUU9CRoeh3LbZvt4jaF/TheInternetsOwnBoyThe_StoryofAaronSwartz2014.mp4

#aaron-swartz #aaron #swartz #internet #freedom #p2p #freedom-of-information #zeronet #ipfs
 
I just watched the documentary Aaron Swartz - the Internet's Own Boy and decided that, in the spirit of free information, it should be uploaded onto P2P networks. I added it to IPFS and ZeroNet.

IPFS Hash: QmNbQh8hVUVkVnt9Ggi5rVjxVdFhjGHfNrA8tk16sWtAw6

ZeroNet: http://127.0.0.1:43110/1MMpRGG3kem5VBqrUU9CRoeh3LbZvt4jaF/TheInternetsOwnBoyThe_StoryofAaronSwartz2014.mp4

#aaron-swartz #aaron #swartz #internet #freedom #p2p #freedom-of-information #zeronet #ipfs
 
rsnd91 wrote the following post:
I hate the news by Aaron Shwartz


Some people start their day by reading The New York Times. Others end it by watching the nightly news. Some get it from The Daily Show. Others download it from a variety weblogs. Some keep up-to-the-minute by following CNN. Others have instant news updates automatically text messaged to their phone. But everybody seems to agree: it’s a citizen’s responsibility to keep up with the news. Everybody except me.

I think following the news is a waste of time.

Some people agree with me on a small scale. Some point out that the cable channels are obsessed with bizarre crim
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I hate the news by Aaron Shwartz


Some people start their day by reading The New York Times. Others end it by watching the nightly news. Some get it from The Daily Show. Others download it from a variety weblogs. Some keep up-to-the-minute by following CNN. Others have instant news updates automatically text messaged to their phone. But everybody seems to agree: it’s a citizen’s responsibility to keep up with the news. Everybody except me.

I think following the news is a waste of time.

Some people agree with me on a small scale. Some point out that the cable channels are obsessed with bizarre crimes that have little larger impact, that they worry too much about horse-race coverage of politics, that too much of the news is filled with PR-inserted nonsense. But they do this because they think these are aberrations; that underneath all this, the news is worth saving. I simply go one step further: I think none of it is worthwhile.

Let us look at the front page of today... ver más
 
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