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[liberationtech] Call for hardware researchers/hackers

Enrique Piraces piracee at
Thu Feb 2 07:25:55 PST 2012

Hi there,

On mobile tech, I suggest you touch base with and


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From: liberationtech-bounces at [mailto:liberationtech-bounces at] On Behalf Of Cyrus Farivar
Sent: Thursday, February 02, 2012 1:57 AM
To: liberationtech at
Subject: [liberationtech] Call for hardware researchers/hackers

Ladies and Gentlemen of LibTech,

I've been tasked with writing an article for ArsTechnica on the theme of "Technologies of freedom
and repression" -- obviously some of the New America stuff (Internet-in-a-suitcase), DPI and Tor come to mind, but I'm wondering if there are others that I should know about for  networking and for mobile phones and related infrastructure. This would be both from the good guy side and what's used to detect it/block it, et cetera.

I'm more interested in the kit, the hardware, than software. 

Any suggestions?



Cyrus Farivar
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