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[liberationtech] HackThisZine #13 Released!

ringo ringo at hackbloc.org
Thu Oct 20 22:10:09 PDT 2011


Hey Folks,

I'm new to this mailing list but I've been following all the topics
discussed here with an intense interested. I think people here might be
interested in this, which is why I'm posting it. I know for a fact that
more than a couple of people here read this zine, so sorry for those who
consider this spam.

Hackbloc Announces the Release of HackThisZine #13

Hackbloc is proud to announce the newest release of our zine,
HackThisZine. You can grab copies pre-formatted for online reading and
printing at https://hackbloc.org/zine. HackThisZine is an online and
in-print periodical about hacking, hacktivism, social struggle, computer
security, and anarchism. It's got a little content for everybody and a
lot of content for that special someone.

Inside HTZ 13: People, Like Information, Want to be Free
Making of a female hacktivist: An interview with synch
BitCoin: Dangerous to Surveillance State, Useful to Activists (with a
nice how-to for getting started with BitCoin)
How to beat anti-piracy measures and make backups of your CDs/DVDs in Linux.
Communiques, news, and legal support info from anonymous and antisec
... and much much more!

"What we need most to organize in the digital world, the social media
that we all use, is controlled once again by 1%. We are the 99% of the
internet-age. The same
sociopathic corporations and governments that exploit us in our daily
lives are also expanding their digital dominion. For years, internet
activism was considered the domain of a vanguard of hackers, waiting for
anonymous, lulzsec or other groups to erect the digital barricades. Even
if in our political lives we reject vanguardism, we are still waiting on
these special few to do battle for us. We need a hacking movement that
allows the 99% to get involved and shape the goals tactics and strategy
of our digital protest. The hackers need to join the users, not lead them."

Questions? Comments? Article Submissions? Get a hold  of us at: staff
[at] hackbloc [dot] org. We can get bulk copies for distro and for your
infoshop/social center/space.

Thanks to everyone who helps keep our bits flowing securely and to
everyone who helped work on this issue of the zine: Ringo, Discordia,
Anonymous, The Pirate Bay,
 2600, the Tor Project, HackMeet, Bradley Manning, the Wikileaks Crew,
anders, flatline, evoltech, sally, sexy hexy, frenzy, postmodern modulus
III, RiseUp.net, March-Hare Collective and everyone else who we forgot
that is working to protect and support the struggle. Thanks to all of
those resisting police violence in their communities, all those facing
state oppression, and those engaged in the struggle everywhere.


Solidarity,
Ringo
HTZ Staff

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