New ‘Fault Lines’ documentary surveys the forces trying to control the Internet

Al Jazeera's documentary series Fault Lines takes a look at the corporate-state attempts to regulate the web.
In News by DJ Pangburn / August 8, 2012

‘Privacy is Awesome’ campaign hopes to derail cybersecurity bill CISPA

CISPA is likely headed for a Senate vote in early June. Help stop it.
In News by DJ Pangburn / May 25, 2012

ITR: The next battleground in internet regulation

This December, the latest round of ITR revisions are up for debate in Dubai.
In News by DJ Pangburn / May 18, 2012

Secret negotiations to regulate the internet begin today in Dallas with TPP

TPP will do what SOPA and PIPA could not.
In News by DJ Pangburn / May 9, 2012

Smart phones as mobile National IDs? Reality, not science fiction

Could such a law come to America?
In News by DJ Pangburn / April 13, 2012

Hate SOPA and ACTA? Then you’ll love TPP

This executive agreement is being negotiated in secret without the input of Internet users or experts.
In News by DJ Pangburn / April 12, 2012

Anonymous launches Netflix boycott over its support of SOPA

Netflix, not surprisingly, joins its sugar daddies in supporting SOPA.
In News by DJ Pangburn / April 10, 2012

The Pirate Bay plans to put its servers in drone planes to dodge law enforcement

The Pirate Bay may take its servers to the sky as they get ready to "host the galaxy."
In News by Alex Moore / March 20, 2012

Anonymous’ Declaration of Independence and the question of Internet sovereignty

Anonymous holds some truths to be self-evident.
In News by DJ Pangburn / March 5, 2012

The Internet Blueprint: Public Knowledge’s SOPA and PIPA alternative

Help shape an alternative to SOPA and PIPA.
In News by DJ Pangburn / March 1, 2012

MPAA still blocking consumers from ripping the DVDs they own

The MPAA wants you to pay again and again for movies you already own.
In News by DJ Pangburn / February 15, 2012

An Open Letter to Hollywood: stop blaming piracy and make films worthy of cinematic experience

Hollywood blames its failures on online piracy, when the reality is that a good majority of the industry has no interest in making good films.
In Entertainment by DJ Pangburn / February 14, 2012

Cabinet of Subversive Books: Neal Stephenson’s ‘Cryptonomicon’ & the dream of a data haven

In Volume 7, we look at Neal Stephenson's "Cryptonomicon," which considered the idea of total freedom of information, more relevant now than ever with SOPA, PIPA, H.R. 1981 and ACTA resistance.
In Entertainment by DJ Pangburn / February 1, 2012

Demand end to ACTA and House bill H.R. 1981 on International Data Privacy Day

This Saturday, January 28th, is International Privacy Day, a perfect moment to mount a campaign against Rep. Lamar Smith's H.R. 1981.
In News by DJ Pangburn / January 25, 2012
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