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[liberationtech] site hacked or attacked?

emad mekay emad123 at hotmail.com
Fri Mar 9 11:09:15 PST 2012


Folks, AmericaInArabic.net is down I get this message Error establishing a database connection. Does it mean it's been hacked? I had many Wikileaks stories and documents there. It was working this morning. Does anyone know what might have gone wrong? What does this message mean "error establishing a database connection".
Thanks.E 

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> Date: Wed, 7 Mar 2012 09:02:23 -0800
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> Today's Topics:
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>    1. Secure USB cloud device? (Brian Conley)
>    2. Link to paper I published recently against ALL electronic
>       voting machines: IN HONOR OF THE ANNIVERSARY OF THE WISCONSIN
>       UPRISING, February 11, 2011. WISCONSIN: THE NEW FLORIDA AND OHIO?
>       (Sheila Parks)
>    3. Reminder: CFP- Policy and Internet Special issue on 'Online
>       Collective Action and Policy Change' (Calderaro, Andrea)
>    4. Unlike Us #2: Understanding Social Media	Monopolies and their
>       Alternatives (this week in Amsterdam) (Geert Lovink)
>    5. IDG: Vodafone Protects Smartphone Communications	With 'Secure
>       SIM' (Cyrus Farivar)
>    6. Re: Who's speaking at SXSW? (Katherine Maher)
>    7. Re: IDG: Vodafone Protects Smartphone Communications With
>       'Secure SIM' (Fabio Pietrosanti (naif))
>    8. English Version of How to Tweet from Cuba (diani barreto)
>    9. Re: English Version of How to Tweet from Cuba (Andrew Lewis)
>   10. Re: No Saudi Spring (James Losey)
>   11. Re: No Saudi Spring (Andrew Lewis)
>   12. Re: Who's speaking at SXSW? (Mary Joyce)
>   13. Re: Who's speaking at SXSW? (Mark Belinsky)
>   14. Re: RetroShare / Anonymous, Decentralized and Uncensored
>       File-Sharing is Booming (Michael Rogers)
>   15. Re: Who's speaking at SXSW? (Jillian C. York)
>   16. Re: Who's speaking at SXSW? (Brian Conley)
>   17. Re: Who's speaking at SXSW? (Gregory Foster)
>   18. Re: Who's speaking at SXSW? (EI8FDB)
>   19. Re: English Version of How to Tweet from Cuba (Jesse Young)
>   20. WSJ Data Transparency Hackathon (Yosem Companys)
>   21. Drones At Home (Yosem Companys)
>   22. Atlantic: How Western Tech Firms Are Helping Arab	Dictators
>       (Kevin Hsu)
>   23. Telecomix Broadcast System (Okhin)
>   24. Re: Telecomix Broadcast System (Griffin Boyce)
>   25. Re: Telecomix Broadcast System (Okhin)
>   26. Re: Telecomix Broadcast System (Brian Conley)
> 
> 
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> Message: 1
> Date: Mon, 5 Mar 2012 21:02:45 -0800
> From: Brian Conley <brianc at smallworldnews.tv>
> To: Liberation Technologies <liberationtech at lists.stanford.edu>
> Subject: [liberationtech] Secure USB cloud device?
> Message-ID:
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> 
> Hi all, just wondering if anyone has encountered Tyr Solutions, or any
> initial comments on this:
> 
> http://www.tyr-solutions.com/communications-equipment/secure-it-solutions
> 
> The company's director has been promoting himself as an advisor and
> consultant to media and human rights organizations, I've never heard of him
> before.
> 
> thanks!
> 
> 
> 
> -- 
> 
> 
> 
> Brian Conley
> 
> Director, Small World News
> 
> http://smallworldnews.tv
> 
> m: 646.285.2046
> 
> Skype: brianjoelconley
> 
> public key:
> http://pgp.mit.edu:11371/pks/lookup?op=get&search=0xCEEF938A1DBDD587<http://pgp.mit.edu:11371/pks/lookup?op=get&search=0xE827FACCB139C9F0>
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> Message: 2
> Date: Tue, 06 Mar 2012 00:37:01 -0500
> From: Sheila Parks <sheilaruthparks at comcast.net>
> To: "M[P" <liberationtech at lists.stanford.edu>
> Subject: [liberationtech] Link to paper I published recently against
> 	ALL electronic voting machines: IN HONOR OF THE ANNIVERSARY OF THE
> 	WISCONSIN UPRISING, February 11, 2011. WISCONSIN: THE NEW FLORIDA AND
> 	OHIO?
> Message-ID: <20120306053659.A087E200C7E at mailman.stanford.edu>
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> http://www.opednews.com/articles/IN-HONOR-OF-THE-ANNIVERSAR-by-Sheila-Parks-120219-509.html
> 
> Colin, did my other post go to just you or the whole list?  Thanks. I 
> meant it for whole list
> 
> Question: the list serve that I founded, peoplecount, which is why 
> Yossem invited me to this list is really defunct now. We use FB
> 
> Do you all not use it because of security reasons?
> 
> This is about the only list serve that I am on that is still functioning
> 
> I wish some of you tech people would join the struggle for non-rigged 
> elections and help us get rid of all the evm's.
> 
> Sheila
> 
> Sheila Parks, Ed.D.
> Founder
> Center for Hand-Counted Paper Ballots
> Belmont, MA 02478
> 617-932-1424
> DEMOCRACY IN OUR HANDS
> www.handcountedpaperballots.org
> sheila at handcountedpaperballots.org
> 
> 
> 
> ------------------------------
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> Message: 3
> Date: Tue, 6 Mar 2012 01:32:29 -0800
> From: "Calderaro, Andrea" <Andrea.Calderaro at EUI.eu>
> To: "liberationtech at lists.stanford.edu"
> 	<liberationtech at lists.stanford.edu>
> Subject: [liberationtech] Reminder: CFP- Policy and Internet Special
> 	issue on 'Online Collective Action and Policy Change'
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> ** Apologies for cross-posting**
> 
> DEADLINE APPROACHING
> 
> Call for Papers
> 'Policy and Internet'  Special Issue on "Online Collective Action and Policy Change"
> 
> Guest Editors
> 
> Andrea Calderaro (PhD, European University Institute)
> Anastasia Kavada (PhD,  University of Westminster)
> 
> Policy and Internet, the first major peer-reviewed multi-disciplinary journal investigating the impact of the internet on public policy, is inviting submissions for a special issue on 'Online Collective Action and Policy Change', to be published in January 2013 (paper deadline: 31 March 2012). The journal is edited by the Oxford Internet Institute (University of Oxford) for the Policy Studies Organization (PSO). Please find more information at: http://www.oii.ox.ac.uk/news/?id=595
> 
> The Internet has created a new interface between collective action and policy making: it opens new channels for social coordination and mobilisation, and it offers multiple platforms from where to influence public opinion and policy makers. The recent wave of protests that has swept authoritarian regimes like Tunisia, Egypt, and Libya, but also western liberal democracies like Greece, Spain, and the UK, offers new empirical evidence of the impact that online interactions and information exchange can have on policy making.
> 
> In addition to these recent instances of contentious politics, advocacy and grassroots groups are increasingly using online technologies to empower local communities and direct change in the policies that most affect them. And issues at the heart of online governance, like Internet regulation, are motivating many collective efforts directed to shaping file-sharing policies, free software, or digital communication rights.
> 
> This special issue calls for academic papers reporting novel empirical research on how online collective action drives policy change, in any of its ramifications. This includes topics such as:
> 
> - The coordination of protests and mobilisations using online technologies, and their impact on public opinion and policy making.
> - The mechanisms through which online collective action grows and diffuses, and how or when they trigger a policy reaction.
> - The impact of online activity on issue salience, and the responsiveness of policy makers.
> - The interplay between online collective action and the offline policy cycle, or how policy makers deal with new sources of instability and disruption.
> 
> This list of topics is not exhaustive, and other questions related to online collective action and its impact on policy making will be considered. Please contact the guest editors Andrea Calderaro (andrea.calderaro at eui.eu) and Anastasia Kavada (a.kavada at westminster.ac.uk) if you have any queries about how your paper might fit in the issue.
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> Message: 4
> Date: Tue, 6 Mar 2012 10:53:17 +0100
> From: Geert Lovink <geert at desk.nl>
> To: liberationtech at lists.stanford.edu
> Subject: [liberationtech] Unlike Us #2: Understanding Social Media
> 	Monopolies and their Alternatives (this week in Amsterdam)
> Message-ID: <2419E175-3A8F-4076-BB5E-441E4EF60F7A at desk.nl>
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> 
> Unlike Us 2: Understanding Social Media Monopolies and their  
> Alternatives
> Date: March 8-10, 2012
> Location: TrouwAmsterdam, Wibautstraat 127, Amsterdam
> 
> Website: http://networkcultures.org/wpmu/unlikeus/
> 
> Book now at https://shop.ticketscript.com/channel/web2/get-dates/rid/7YKX5M9F/eid/122818/language/nl
> 
> Contact: marc[at]networkcultures.org
> 
> Unlike Us 2 is the second event on ?alternatives in social media?,  
> where artists, designers, scholars, activists and programmers gather.  
> This international research network analyzes the economic and cultural  
> aspects of dominant social media platforms such as Facebook and  
> Twitter. Through workshops, conferences, online dialogues and  
> publications, the Unlike Us network intends to both analyze the  
> economic and cultural aspects of dominant social media platforms and  
> propagate the further development and proliferation of alternative,  
> decentralized social media software.
> 
> Whether or not we are in the midst of internet bubble 2.0, we can all  
> agree that social media dominate internet and mobile use. The  
> emergence of web-based user to user services, driven by an explosion  
> of informal dialogues, continuous uploads and user generated content  
> have greatly empowered the rise of participatory culture. At the same  
> time, monopoly power, commercialization and commodification are also  
> on the rise with just a handful of social media platforms dominating  
> the social web. These two contradictory processes ? both the  
> facilitation of free exchanges and the commercial exploitation of  
> social relationships ? seem to lie at the heart of contemporary  
> capitalism.
> 
> On the one hand new media create and expand the social spaces through  
> which we interact, play and even politicize ourselves; on the other  
> hand they are literally owned by three or four companies that have  
> phenomenal power to shape such interaction. Whereas the hegemonic  
> Internet ideology promises open, decentralized systems, why do we,  
> time and again, find ourselves locked into closed corporate  
> environments? Why are individual users so easily charmed by these  
> ?walled gardens?? Do we understand the long-term costs that society  
> will pay for the ease of use and simple interfaces of their beloved  
> ?free? services?
> 
> Unlike Us will ask fundamental and overarching questions about how to  
> tackle these fast-emerging monopoly powers. Situated within the  
> existing oligopoly of ownership and use, this inquiry will include the  
> support of software alternatives and related artistic practices and  
> the development of a common alternative vision of how the techno- 
> social world might be mediated.
> 
> Facebook makes everyone believe There Is No Alternative, but Unlike Us  
> dares to differ.
> 
> [8 March] Showcasing alternatives in social media: There is currently  
> a multitude of decentralized social network software in the making  
> which allows users greater autonomy to define with whom to share their  
> data. Visit Unlike Us 2 and discover the latest alternatives (Lorea,  
> Secushare, Social Swarm, Thimbl, TheGlobalSquare, Diaspora, Crabgrass,  
> Social Swarm, Freedombox and more). The best way to undermine platform  
> monopolies is to support alternative open source/free software. Get  
> out of the Cloud, take control of your realm and install your own  
> social network locally. Come along to find out more.
> 
> [9-10 March] Conference themes: Social what? Defining the Social,  
> Artistic Responses to Social Media, The Private in the Public,  
> Software Matters, Pitfalls of Building Social Media Alternatives,  
> Social Media Activism, Critique of Liberation Technology.
> 
> Confirmed speakers and presenters: David M. Berry (UK), Frederik  
> Zuiderveen Borgesius (NL), Philipp Budka (AT), Thomas Chenesau (FR),  
> Jodi Dean (USA), Carolin Gerlitz (UK), Seda Guerses (TR/BE),  
> Spideralex (ES), Anne Helmond (NL), Walter Langelaar (NL), Ganaele  
> Langlois (CA), Carlo v. Loesch/lynx (DE), Caroline Nevejan (NL),  
> Arnold Roosendaal (NL), Eleanor Saitta (USA), Max Schrems (AT), Elijah  
> Sparrow (USA) and James Vasile (USA).
> 
> 
> 
> 
> ------------------------------
> 
> Message: 5
> Date: Tue, 6 Mar 2012 12:24:16 +0100
> From: Cyrus Farivar <cfarivar at cfarivar.org>
> To: Liberation Technologies <liberationtech at mailman.stanford.edu>
> Subject: [liberationtech] IDG: Vodafone Protects Smartphone
> 	Communications	With 'Secure SIM'
> Message-ID:
> 	<CAGcqr8JxuqVJx3s+=0+zv4R9nS85SDS0VbWWGC-6BYrKYS0SQg at mail.gmail.com>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"
> 
> http://www.pcworld.com/printable/article/id,251262/printable.html
> 
> Any security opinions on this?
> 
> -C
> 
> -- 
> Cyrus Farivar
> "suh-ROOS FAR-ih-var"
> 
> Freelance technology journalist and radio producer
> 
> Author, "The Internet of Elsewhere"
> http://www.internetofelsewhere.com
> 
> DE: +49 163 763 3108 (m)
> US: +1 510 394 5485 (m)
> 
> Twitter/Skype: cfarivar
> 
> "Being a good writer is 3% talent, 97% not being distracted by the
> Internet."
> 
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> Message: 6
> Date: Tue, 6 Mar 2012 08:21:28 -0500
> From: Katherine Maher <katherine.maher at gmail.com>
> To: "Jillian C. York" <jilliancyork at gmail.com>
> Cc: Liberation Technologies <liberationtech at lists.stanford.edu>
> Subject: Re: [liberationtech] Who's speaking at SXSW?
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> I'm on a session called: 'Your iPhone is Political', with Josh Levy of Free
> Press, Parul Desai of Consumer's Union, and Nilay Patel of The Verge.
> 
> http://panelpicker.sxsw.com/ideas/view/11846
> 
> We'll be talking about who owns the networks, and why it matters as
> everything goes mobile.
> 
> 
> 
> On Mon, Mar 5, 2012 at 11:56 PM, Jillian C. York <jilliancyork at gmail.com>wrote:
> 
> > To be fair, that'd be much worse if SXSW actually offered ANY financial
> > support.
> >
> > Sent from my Android
> > On Mar 5, 2012 8:37 PM, "Collin Anderson" <collin at averysmallbird.com>
> > wrote:
> >
> >> So there is a panel on the Egyptian Revolution that does not have one
> >> Egyptian on it?
> >>
> >> On Monday, March 5, 2012, Neal Ungerleider <nealnyc at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> > I'm moderating a panel on tech and the Egyptian Revolution, "An Unusual
> >> Arsenal: Tech Tools to Topple a Tyrant" on Monday at 12:30p. Jamal Dajani
> >> of HuffPo/Internews, David Gorodyansky of AnchorFree, Peter Fein of
> >> TeleComix and Sonja Gittens-Ottley of Yahoo! will be participating.
> >> http://schedule.sxsw.com/2012/events/event_IAP9185
> >> > Although I don't get a chance to post to Liberationtech often, I'm a
> >> regular reader of the listserv and hope to meet everyone who's attending at
> >> SXSW.
> >> > Neal
> >> > Neal Ungerleider
> >> > nealungerleider.com
> >> > +1.347.215.4719 | twitter @nealunger
> >> >
> >> >
> >> > On Mon, Mar 5, 2012 at 10:20 PM, Danny O'Brien <DObrien at cpj.org> wrote:
> >> >
> >> > On Mon, Mar 05, 2012 at 08:45:39PM -0500, Elizabeth Stark wrote:
> >> >> I'm hosting a session on "SOPA/PIPA: Why the Open Internet Needs Us"
> >> with
> >> >> Andrew McLaughlin, VP of Tumblr and Gary Kovacs, CEO of Mozilla on
> >> Saturday at
> >> >> 11am: http://schedule.sxsw.com/2012/events/event_IAP992460
> >> >
> >> > We should at the very least have a libtech meet-up at SXSW. But not on
> >> > Friday, because I won't be there yet.
> >> >
> >> > d.
> >> >
> >> >>
> >> >> On Mar 5, 2012 5:40 PM, "Jillian C. York" <jilliancyork at gmail.com>
> >> wrote:
> >> >>
> >> >>     Brian - Hilariously, my panel is How to Run a Social Site and Not
> >> Get Users
> >> >>     Killed ... so no shame in the title ;)
> >> >>
> >> >>     I actually had yours on my list already and accidentally forgot to
> >> add it,
> >> >>     sorry 'bout that!
> >> >>
> >> >>     On Mon, Mar 5, 2012 at 5:35 PM, Brian Conley <
> >> brianc at smallworldnews.tv>
> >> >>     wrote:
> >> >>
> >> >>         How Not to Die: Using Tech in a Dictatorship
> >> >>
> >> >>         I will be speaking on that panel with Mark Belinsky and,
> >> originally
> >> >>         Lhadon Tethong of SFT and Tibet Action, but now with Sabrina
> >> Hersi
> >> >>         Issa.
> >> >>
> >> >>         And yes, I'm aware the title is a bit provocative/annoying,
> >> but perhaps
> >> >>         it will garner attendance. Also, It wasn't my idea. ;)
> >> >>
> >> >>         On Mon, Mar 5, 2012 at 5:31 PM, Jillian C. York <
> >> jilliancyork at gmail.com
> >> >>         > wrote:
> >> >>
> >> >>             Apologies if this thread already happened and I deleted it
> >> by
> >> >>             accident...Just looking to see what libtech-type panels
> >> are on the
> >> >>             schedule this year; I've found quite a few so far (see
> >> below), but
> >> >>             I must say their search function is pretty weak (which is
> >> why half
> >> >>             my recommendations compiled thus far have EFF colleagues
> >> in them!)
> >> >>
> >> >>               ? Internet Power: After Cyber-Optimism and Pessimism
> >> >>               ? How to Run a Social Site and Not Get Users Killed
> >> >>               ? Recognize This! The Ethics of Mobile Face Tagging
> >> >>               ? Security and Privacy in Social Networks
> >> >>               ? How 21st Century Tools Are Disrupting Global Power
> >> >>               ? Debate: Should Social Sites Allow Anonymous Users
> >> >>               ? Principles and Practices for Privacy by Design
> >> >>
> >> >>             Best,
> >> >>
> >> >>             Jillian
> >> >>
> >> >>             +1-857-891-4244 | jilliancyork.com | @jilliancyork
> >> >>
> >> >>             "We must not be afraid of dreaming the seemingly
> >> impossible if we
> >> >>             want the seemingly impossible to become a reality" -
> >> Vaclav Havel
> >> >>
> >> >>
> >> >>
> >> >>
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> Date: Tue, 06 Mar 2012 17:12:12 +0300
> From: "Fabio Pietrosanti (naif)" <lists at infosecurity.ch>
> To: liberationtech at mailman.stanford.edu
> Subject: Re: [liberationtech] IDG: Vodafone Protects Smartphone
> 	Communications With 'Secure SIM'
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> 
> On 3/6/12 2:24 PM, Cyrus Farivar wrote:
> > http://www.pcworld.com/printable/article/id,251262/printable.html
> > 
> > Any security opinions on this?
> 
> I don't know how it works, but i expect it will use:
> - STK (Sim Application Toolkit) for application running on SIM
> - SMS or USSD for communication with the network
> 
> In theory it can be done in a very secure way as the SIM card is a
> tamper-proof hardware, the application execution run on SIM processor in
> a sealed environment.
> 
> For the risks:
> - It ensemble the Certification Authority issue, you are fully
> delegating trust to a third party, that in that case is not Verisign but
> Vodafone.
> - STK Applications cannot be verified independently
> - STK application delivery methods are typically proprietary and rely on
> methods provided by the SIM manufacturers (such as GEMPlus)
> 
> With the Osmocom SIMTrace it should be possible to analyze "how it
> works" and which kind of data goes trough the SIM card quite easily.
> 
> It would be nice to put the hands on that SIM cards and publish an
> analysis and dump of SIM<->ME traffic:
> - 1st time the SIM card is powered on (it probably get some provisioning
> update)
> - When it's operated for the "Secure login" services
> 
> With that we may have a better idea of the zombies that may live inside
> the SIM cemetary.
> 
> -naif
> 
> 
> ------------------------------
> 
> Message: 8
> Date: Tue, 6 Mar 2012 14:18:39 +0000 (GMT)
> From: diani barreto <diani_de at yahoo.de>
> To: "liberationtech at lists.stanford.edu"
> 	<liberationtech at lists.stanford.edu>
> Subject: [liberationtech] English Version of How to Tweet from Cuba
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> 
> 
> Hello dear friends at Liberationtech,
> 
> As you expressed? interest via Twitter,? on Yoani S?nchez' post on how to tweet from Cuba, I completed this translation.
> It was originally intended as a guide for Cubans on the Island to connect to Twitter, but in the meantime it has served as a guide to inform the world on how Cubans use Twitter without Internet access.
> 
> I hope it is of interest to you.
> 
> Thank you for your support.
> 
> Finest regards,
> 
> Diani Barreto
> @deCespedes on Twitter
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> Message: 9
> Date: Tue, 6 Mar 2012 15:11:00 +0000
> From: Andrew Lewis <andrew at pdqvpn.com>
> To: diani barreto <diani_de at yahoo.de>
> Cc: "liberationtech at lists.stanford.edu"
> 	<liberationtech at lists.stanford.edu>
> Subject: Re: [liberationtech] English Version of How to Tweet from
> 	Cuba
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> Hey Diana, long time no see, not sure if it is just me, but I do not have anything attached to this email. Either way Id love to follow up with you off list. I know that I have seemingly fell off the face of the earth, but I am trying to get back to work soon. 
> 
> To the rest of the people reading Libtech, basically there is no wifi or Internet itself inside Cuba available to the average Juan, and Juanita's. However as cell phones are becoming more available, people are using SMS to communicate more and more. This has led to a rise in people accessing twitter to express themselves, but requires the use of either hyper expensive foreign cells, or even more expensive illicit wifi. One of the ideas that I was kicking around when Telecomix was looking at Cuba was the use of some sort of SMS bridge device that locals could text at local rates, thus driving the barrier to entry and cost significantly down. I have my ideas in how it would work, and I'll send them to the list in a bit, but I would be intrigued to see if anyone else had ideas, or if they had any input before I put my ideas out there. 
> 
> Thanks,
> Andrew Lewis
> Telecomix IRC: Punkbob
> Twitter: ThePunkbob
> 
> 
> 
> On Mar 6, 2012, at 2:18 PM, diani barreto <diani_de at yahoo.de> wrote:
> 
> > 
> > 
> > Hello dear friends at Liberationtech,
> > 
> > As you expressed  interest via Twitter,  on Yoani S?nchez' post on how to tweet from Cuba, I completed this translation.
> > It was originally intended as a guide for Cubans on the Island to connect to Twitter, but in the meantime it has served as a guide to inform the world on how Cubans use Twitter without Internet access.
> > 
> > I hope it is of interest to you.
> > 
> > Thank you for your support.
> > 
> > Finest regards,
> > 
> > Diani Barreto
> > @deCespedes on Twitter
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> Message: 10
> Date: Tue, 6 Mar 2012 11:45:01 -0500
> From: James Losey <jameswlosey at gmail.com>
> To: David Johnson <david at bostonreview.net>
> Cc: Liberation Technologies <liberationtech at lists.stanford.edu>,	Emily
> 	Parker <emilyparker.ny at gmail.com>
> Subject: Re: [liberationtech] No Saudi Spring
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> Hi David,
> 
> Thanks for sharing the article. In what could be an interesting compliment,
> Emily Parker (CCed) a colleague at New America recently dug into social med
> reactions to protests in Egypt, Iran, and Syria:
> *
> 
> Why Don?t We Care About Syria?*
> 
> The Syrian uprising should be the kind of story that takes social media by
> > storm. It has extraordinary acts of resistance, ordinary citizens fighting
> > for freedom, and the Internet's power to break through a government's wall
> > of silence. On Thursday, a U.N. panel declared that the Syrian government
> > has engaged in ?gross human rights violations."
> >
> 
> 
> > So why hasn't Syria gone viral?
> 
> 
> http://www.slate.com/articles/technology/future_tense/2012/02/syria_uprising_twitter_and_social_media_revolution_fatigue_.html
> 
> Best,
> James
> 
> On Mon, Mar 5, 2012 at 4:22 PM, David Johnson <david at bostonreview.net>wrote:
> 
> > We have a superb cover story this month by Madawi Al-Rasheed on the
> > failure of Saudi dissidents to launch a successful protest movement.
> >
> > Al-Rasheed concludes:
> >
> > "The Saudi case attests to the limits of cyber-utopianism, the optimism
> > surrounding the so-called Twitter and Facebook revolutions. The Web is
> > useful for publicizing action, but where the state is the only institution
> > that matters, effectively bringing people together offline may be
> > impossible."
> >
> >
> > http://www.bostonreview.net/BR37.2/madawi_al-rasheed_arab_spring_saudi_arabia.php
> >
> > Best wishes,
> >
> > David
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> Message: 11
> Date: Tue, 6 Mar 2012 17:58:20 +0000
> From: Andrew Lewis <andrew at pdqvpn.com>
> To: James Losey <jameswlosey at gmail.com>
> Cc: Liberation Technologies <liberationtech at lists.stanford.edu>,	Emily
> 	Parker <emilyparker.ny at gmail.com>
> Subject: Re: [liberationtech] No Saudi Spring
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> Short answer, at least in my case: Hope, and Dread
> 
> I've been working/looking at Syria since July last summer, and fatigue or utter despair has set in several times. I think the one of the answers is the lack of hope that anything will change soon, and the string of horrific reports out of the country, instantly depressing anyone that takes any sort of interest in Syria. At this point in time, I can barely bring myself to look at anything related to Syria without an overwhelming sense of dread washing over my body, finding myself just wanting to leave my laptop turned off til next year sometime. When I feel particularly melodramatic, I think Syria is going to break me completely if I keep it up, and I haven't done 1 millionth of the effort to survive or even help with the "revolution" that a Syrian does by going to buy bread at a shop, braving sniper fire. 
> 
> That is just my personal reaction to everything, but it may help explain why it hasn't been picked up by the average person on twitter or facebook. It's just honestly depressing. I could also rationalize it 50 different ways, from it being a wholly different type of conflict compared to either Libya or Egypt, english centric nature of the the social media effect that you are looking for(and I apologize if you are looking for the french/arabic language social media floating around), to the fact that Syria is post-Egypt/Libya, where the masses on twitter have seen the outcome of those previous revolutions developing a contempt or disinterest because they have not seen a magical change in these other places with wholesale adoption of our system of values overnight. Then again, who knows?
> 
> -Andrew Lewis
> Twitter: ThePunkbob
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> On Mar 6, 2012, at 4:45 PM, James Losey wrote:
> 
> > Hi David,
> > 
> > Thanks for sharing the article. In what could be an interesting compliment, Emily Parker (CCed) a colleague at New America recently dug into social med reactions to protests in Egypt, Iran, and Syria:
> > 
> > Why Don?t We Care About Syria?
> > 
> > The Syrian uprising should be the kind of story that takes social media by storm. It has extraordinary acts of resistance, ordinary citizens fighting for freedom, and the Internet's power to break through a government's wall of silence. On Thursday, a U.N. panel declared that the Syrian government has engaged in ?gross human rights violations."
> >  
> > So why hasn't Syria gone viral?
> > 
> > http://www.slate.com/articles/technology/future_tense/2012/02/syria_uprising_twitter_and_social_media_revolution_fatigue_.html
> > 
> > Best,
> > James
> > 
> > On Mon, Mar 5, 2012 at 4:22 PM, David Johnson <david at bostonreview.net> wrote:
> > We have a superb cover story this month by Madawi Al-Rasheed on the failure of Saudi dissidents to launch a successful protest movement.
> > 
> > Al-Rasheed concludes:
> > 
> > "The Saudi case attests to the limits of cyber-utopianism, the optimism surrounding the so-called Twitter and Facebook revolutions. The Web is useful for publicizing action, but where the state is the only institution that matters, effectively bringing people together offline may be impossible."
> > 
> > http://www.bostonreview.net/BR37.2/madawi_al-rasheed_arab_spring_saudi_arabia.php
> > 
> > Best wishes,
> > 
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> Message: 12
> Date: Tue, 6 Mar 2012 14:14:09 -0600
> From: Mary Joyce <Mary at meta-activism.org>
> To: Katherine Maher <katherine.maher at gmail.com>
> Cc: Liberation Technologies <liberationtech at lists.stanford.edu>
> Subject: Re: [liberationtech] Who's speaking at SXSW?
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> Thanks for mentioning my panel, Jillian!  The Meta-Activism Project is also
> having a meetup at 12:30 pm on Saturday the 10th:
> 
> http://on.fb.me/MAPSXSWmeetup
> 
> We are a virtual think tank dedicated to making digital activism smarter.
> 
> MJ
> 
> On Tue, Mar 6, 2012 at 7:21 AM, Katherine Maher
> <katherine.maher at gmail.com>wrote:
> 
> > I'm on a session called: 'Your iPhone is Political', with Josh Levy of
> > Free Press, Parul Desai of Consumer's Union, and Nilay Patel of The Verge.
> >
> > http://panelpicker.sxsw.com/ideas/view/11846
> >
> > We'll be talking about who owns the networks, and why it matters as
> > everything goes mobile.
> >
> >
> >
> > On Mon, Mar 5, 2012 at 11:56 PM, Jillian C. York <jilliancyork at gmail.com>wrote:
> >
> >> To be fair, that'd be much worse if SXSW actually offered ANY financial
> >> support.
> >>
> >> Sent from my Android
> >> On Mar 5, 2012 8:37 PM, "Collin Anderson" <collin at averysmallbird.com>
> >> wrote:
> >>
> >>> So there is a panel on the Egyptian Revolution that does not have one
> >>> Egyptian on it?
> >>>
> >>> On Monday, March 5, 2012, Neal Ungerleider <nealnyc at gmail.com> wrote:
> >>> > I'm moderating a panel on tech and the Egyptian Revolution, "An
> >>> Unusual Arsenal: Tech Tools to Topple a Tyrant" on Monday at 12:30p. Jamal
> >>> Dajani of HuffPo/Internews, David Gorodyansky of AnchorFree, Peter Fein of
> >>> TeleComix and Sonja Gittens-Ottley of Yahoo! will be participating.
> >>> http://schedule.sxsw.com/2012/events/event_IAP9185
> >>> > Although I don't get a chance to post to Liberationtech often, I'm a
> >>> regular reader of the listserv and hope to meet everyone who's attending at
> >>> SXSW.
> >>> > Neal
> >>> > Neal Ungerleider
> >>> > nealungerleider.com
> >>> > +1.347.215.4719 | twitter @nealunger
> >>> >
> >>> >
> >>> > On Mon, Mar 5, 2012 at 10:20 PM, Danny O'Brien <DObrien at cpj.org>
> >>> wrote:
> >>> >
> >>> > On Mon, Mar 05, 2012 at 08:45:39PM -0500, Elizabeth Stark wrote:
> >>> >> I'm hosting a session on "SOPA/PIPA: Why the Open Internet Needs Us"
> >>> with
> >>> >> Andrew McLaughlin, VP of Tumblr and Gary Kovacs, CEO of Mozilla on
> >>> Saturday at
> >>> >> 11am: http://schedule.sxsw.com/2012/events/event_IAP992460
> >>> >
> >>> > We should at the very least have a libtech meet-up at SXSW. But not on
> >>> > Friday, because I won't be there yet.
> >>> >
> >>> > d.
> >>> >
> >>> >>
> >>> >> On Mar 5, 2012 5:40 PM, "Jillian C. York" <jilliancyork at gmail.com>
> >>> wrote:
> >>> >>
> >>> >>     Brian - Hilariously, my panel is How to Run a Social Site and Not
> >>> Get Users
> >>> >>     Killed ... so no shame in the title ;)
> >>> >>
> >>> >>     I actually had yours on my list already and accidentally forgot
> >>> to add it,
> >>> >>     sorry 'bout that!
> >>> >>
> >>> >>     On Mon, Mar 5, 2012 at 5:35 PM, Brian Conley <
> >>> brianc at smallworldnews.tv>
> >>> >>     wrote:
> >>> >>
> >>> >>         How Not to Die: Using Tech in a Dictatorship
> >>> >>
> >>> >>         I will be speaking on that panel with Mark Belinsky and,
> >>> originally
> >>> >>         Lhadon Tethong of SFT and Tibet Action, but now with Sabrina
> >>> Hersi
> >>> >>         Issa.
> >>> >>
> >>> >>         And yes, I'm aware the title is a bit provocative/annoying,
> >>> but perhaps
> >>> >>         it will garner attendance. Also, It wasn't my idea. ;)
> >>> >>
> >>> >>         On Mon, Mar 5, 2012 at 5:31 PM, Jillian C. York <
> >>> jilliancyork at gmail.com
> >>> >>         > wrote:
> >>> >>
> >>> >>             Apologies if this thread already happened and I deleted
> >>> it by
> >>> >>             accident...Just looking to see what libtech-type panels
> >>> are on the
> >>> >>             schedule this year; I've found quite a few so far (see
> >>> below), but
> >>> >>             I must say their search function is pretty weak (which is
> >>> why half
> >>> >>             my recommendations compiled thus far have EFF colleagues
> >>> in them!)
> >>> >>
> >>> >>               ? Internet Power: After Cyber-Optimism and Pessimism
> >>> >>               ? How to Run a Social Site and Not Get Users Killed
> >>> >>               ? Recognize This! The Ethics of Mobile Face Tagging
> >>> >>               ? Security and Privacy in Social Networks
> >>> >>               ? How 21st Century Tools Are Disrupting Global Power
> >>> >>               ? Debate: Should Social Sites Allow Anonymous Users
> >>> >>               ? Principles and Practices for Privacy by Design
> >>> >>
> >>> >>             Best,
> >>> >>
> >>> >>             Jillian
> >>> >>
> >>> >>             +1-857-891-4244 | jilliancyork.com | @jilliancyork
> >>> >>
> >>> >>             "We must not be afraid of dreaming the seemingly
> >>> impossible if we
> >>> >>             want the seemingly impossible to become a reality" -
> >>> Vaclav Havel
> >>> >>
> >>> >>
> >>> >>
> >>> >>
> >>> >>             _______________________________________________
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> Date: Tue, 6 Mar 2012 23:29:26 +0300
> From: Mark Belinsky <mbelinsky at digital-democracy.org>
> To: "Jillian C. York" <jilliancyork at gmail.com>
> Cc: Liberation Technologies <liberationtech at lists.stanford.edu>
> Subject: Re: [liberationtech] Who's speaking at SXSW?
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> I second the financial support issue. Hard to get people out from closed societies and into Texas with no funds. Regardless, excited to host the panel, even if Brian doesn't like the name :p 
> Join us at Https://bit.ly/SXdictator #SXdictator . 
> 
> Happy to give shout to your panel from the stage Jillian since its after ours. Same goes to others on the list. Looking forward to gettin down in Texas with y'all.
> 
> ~Mark
> 
> Sent from my tablet. Please excuse any typos or terseness.
> 
> On Mar 6, 2012, at 7:56 AM, "Jillian C. York" <jilliancyork at gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> > To be fair, that'd be much worse if SXSW actually offered ANY financial support.
> > 
> > Sent from my Android
> > 
> > On Mar 5, 2012 8:37 PM, "Collin Anderson" <collin at averysmallbird.com> wrote:
> > So there is a panel on the Egyptian Revolution that does not have one Egyptian on it?
> > 
> > On Monday, March 5, 2012, Neal Ungerleider <nealnyc at gmail.com> wrote:
> > > I'm moderating a panel on tech and the Egyptian Revolution, "An Unusual Arsenal: Tech Tools to Topple a Tyrant" on Monday at 12:30p. Jamal Dajani of HuffPo/Internews, David Gorodyansky of AnchorFree, Peter Fein of TeleComix and Sonja Gittens-Ottley of Yahoo! will be participating.  http://schedule.sxsw.com/2012/events/event_IAP9185
> > > Although I don't get a chance to post to Liberationtech often, I'm a regular reader of the listserv and hope to meet everyone who's attending at SXSW.
> > > Neal
> > > Neal Ungerleider
> > > nealungerleider.com
> > > +1.347.215.4719 | twitter @nealunger
> > >
> > >
> > > On Mon, Mar 5, 2012 at 10:20 PM, Danny O'Brien <DObrien at cpj.org> wrote:
> > >
> > > On Mon, Mar 05, 2012 at 08:45:39PM -0500, Elizabeth Stark wrote:
> > >> I'm hosting a session on "SOPA/PIPA: Why the Open Internet Needs Us" with
> > >> Andrew McLaughlin, VP of Tumblr and Gary Kovacs, CEO of Mozilla on Saturday at
> > >> 11am: http://schedule.sxsw.com/2012/events/event_IAP992460
> > >
> > > We should at the very least have a libtech meet-up at SXSW. But not on
> > > Friday, because I won't be there yet.
> > >
> > > d.
> > >
> > >>
> > >> On Mar 5, 2012 5:40 PM, "Jillian C. York" <jilliancyork at gmail.com> wrote:
> > >>
> > >>     Brian - Hilariously, my panel is How to Run a Social Site and Not Get Users
> > >>     Killed ... so no shame in the title ;)
> > >>
> > >>     I actually had yours on my list already and accidentally forgot to add it,
> > >>     sorry 'bout that!
> > >>
> > >>     On Mon, Mar 5, 2012 at 5:35 PM, Brian Conley <brianc at smallworldnews.tv>
> > >>     wrote:
> > >>
> > >>         How Not to Die: Using Tech in a Dictatorship
> > >>
> > >>         I will be speaking on that panel with Mark Belinsky and, originally
> > >>         Lhadon Tethong of SFT and Tibet Action, but now with Sabrina Hersi
> > >>         Issa.
> > >>
> > >>         And yes, I'm aware the title is a bit provocative/annoying, but perhaps
> > >>         it will garner attendance. Also, It wasn't my idea. ;)
> > >>
> > >>         On Mon, Mar 5, 2012 at 5:31 PM, Jillian C. York <jilliancyork at gmail.com
> > >>         > wrote:
> > >>
> > >>             Apologies if this thread already happened and I deleted it by
> > >>             accident...Just looking to see what libtech-type panels are on the
> > >>             schedule this year; I've found quite a few so far (see below), but
> > >>             I must say their search function is pretty weak (which is why half
> > >>             my recommendations compiled thus far have EFF colleagues in them!)
> > >>
> > >>               ? Internet Power: After Cyber-Optimism and Pessimism
> > >>               ? How to Run a Social Site and Not Get Users Killed
> > >>               ? Recognize This! The Ethics of Mobile Face Tagging
> > >>               ? Security and Privacy in Social Networks
> > >>               ? How 21st Century Tools Are Disrupting Global Power
> > >>               ? Debate: Should Social Sites Allow Anonymous Users
> > >>               ? Principles and Practices for Privacy by Design
> > >>
> > >>             Best,
> > >>
> > >>             Jillian
> > >>
> > >>             +1-857-891-4244 | jilliancyork.com | @jilliancyork
> > >>
> > >>             "We must not be afraid of dreaming the seemingly impossible if we
> > >>             want the seemingly impossible to become a reality" - Vaclav Havel
> > >>
> > >>
> > >>
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> Message: 14
> Date: Tue, 06 Mar 2012 17:54:49 +0000
> From: Michael Rogers <m-- at gmx.com>
> To: Robert Guerra <rguerra at privaterra.org>
> Cc: Stanford tech list List <liberationtech at lists.stanford.edu>
> Subject: Re: [liberationtech] RetroShare / Anonymous, Decentralized
> 	and Uncensored File-Sharing is Booming
> Message-ID: <4F564F69.5030307 at gmx.com>
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> Hi Robert,
> 
> I really like RetroShare and I'm glad it's getting some attention. For
> low-risk file sharing it certainly has better privacy properties than,
> say, BitTorrent or MediaFire. For riskier situations where you have to
> worry about active attempts to identify and arrest the users, I'd be a
> bit more cautious. At the very least, keep your shared folders in a
> TrueCrypt volume.
> 
> A few disorganised thoughts:
> 
> * Connections between peers use TLS with a PGP-secured handshake. It
> might be possible to identify or block RetroShare connections by
> examining the handshake, as used to be possible for Tor.
> 
> * Peers use the BitTorrent DHT to find each other - again, the traffic
> could potentially be identified or blocked, especially if the adversary
> doesn't mind blocking BitTorrent.
> 
> * I'm not sure whether messages are encrypted on disk. Shared files
> aren't, unless you're using a separate program like TrueCrypt.
> 
> * The privacy implications of sharing, browsing, uploading and
> downloading files aren't clear - it seems quite easy to share a file
> with people other than the intended recipient.
> 
> * Likewise, the privacy properties of group chat, chat lobbies, channels
> and forums aren't clear - who can see what I write? Who can link it to
> my real identity?
> 
> Cheers,
> Michael
> 
> On 05/03/12 04:29, Robert Guerra wrote:
> > Curious to know what people on this list think of the RetroShare
> > tool. Should I recommend it to those who need a safe file sharing
> > solution?
> > 
> > ---
> > 
> > http://digg.com/newsbar/topnews/anonymous_decentralized_and_uncensored_file_sharing_is_booming_torrentfreak
> >
> >  Anonymous, Decentralized and Uncensored File-Sharing is Booming
> > 
> > 
> > The file-sharing landscape is slowly adjusting in response to the
> > continued push for more anti-piracy tools, the final Pirate Bay
> > verdict, and the raids and arrests in the Megaupload case. Faced with
> > uncertainty and drastic changes at file-sharing sites, many users are
> > searching for secure, private and uncensored file-sharing clients.
> > Despite the image its name suggests, RetroShare is one such
> > future-proof client.
> > 
> > http://retroshare.sourceforge.net/
> > 
> > RetroShare is a Open Source cross-platform, private and secure
> > decentralised communication platform. It lets you to securely chat
> > and share files with your friends and family, using a web-of-trust to
> > authenticate peers and OpenSSL to encrypt all communication. 
> > RetroShare provides filesharing, chat, messages, forums and channels
> > 
> > 
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> Message: 15
> Date: Tue, 6 Mar 2012 12:54:43 -0800
> From: "Jillian C. York" <jilliancyork at gmail.com>
> To: "Danny O'Brien" <DObrien at cpj.org>
> Cc: Liberation Technologies <liberationtech at lists.stanford.edu>
> Subject: Re: [liberationtech] Who's speaking at SXSW?
> Message-ID:
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> How about a Saturday happy hour Libtech meetup?
> 
> On Mon, Mar 5, 2012 at 7:20 PM, Danny O'Brien <DObrien at cpj.org> wrote:
> 
> > On Mon, Mar 05, 2012 at 08:45:39PM -0500, Elizabeth Stark wrote:
> > > I'm hosting a session on "SOPA/PIPA: Why the Open Internet Needs Us" with
> > > Andrew McLaughlin, VP of Tumblr and Gary Kovacs, CEO of Mozilla on
> > Saturday at
> > > 11am: http://schedule.sxsw.com/2012/events/event_IAP992460
> >
> > We should at the very least have a libtech meet-up at SXSW. But not on
> > Friday, because I won't be there yet.
> >
> > d.
> >
> > >
> > > On Mar 5, 2012 5:40 PM, "Jillian C. York" <jilliancyork at gmail.com>
> > wrote:
> > >
> > >     Brian - Hilariously, my panel is How to Run a Social Site and Not
> > Get Users
> > >     Killed ... so no shame in the title ;)
> > >
> > >     I actually had yours on my list already and accidentally forgot to
> > add it,
> > >     sorry 'bout that!
> > >
> > >     On Mon, Mar 5, 2012 at 5:35 PM, Brian Conley <
> > brianc at smallworldnews.tv>
> > >     wrote:
> > >
> > >         How Not to Die: Using Tech in a Dictatorship
> > >
> > >         I will be speaking on that panel with Mark Belinsky and,
> > originally
> > >         Lhadon Tethong of SFT and Tibet Action, but now with Sabrina
> > Hersi
> > >         Issa.
> > >
> > >         And yes, I'm aware the title is a bit provocative/annoying, but
> > perhaps
> > >         it will garner attendance. Also, It wasn't my idea. ;)
> > >
> > >         On Mon, Mar 5, 2012 at 5:31 PM, Jillian C. York <
> > jilliancyork at gmail.com
> > >         > wrote:
> > >
> > >             Apologies if this thread already happened and I deleted it by
> > >             accident...Just looking to see what libtech-type panels are
> > on the
> > >             schedule this year; I've found quite a few so far (see
> > below), but
> > >             I must say their search function is pretty weak (which is
> > why half
> > >             my recommendations compiled thus far have EFF colleagues in
> > them!)
> > >
> > >               ? Internet Power: After Cyber-Optimism and Pessimism
> > >               ? How to Run a Social Site and Not Get Users Killed
> > >               ? Recognize This! The Ethics of Mobile Face Tagging
> > >               ? Security and Privacy in Social Networks
> > >               ? How 21st Century Tools Are Disrupting Global Power
> > >               ? Debate: Should Social Sites Allow Anonymous Users
> > >               ? Principles and Practices for Privacy by Design
> > >
> > >             Best,
> > >
> > >             Jillian
> > >
> > >             +1-857-891-4244 | jilliancyork.com | @jilliancyork
> > >
> > >             "We must not be afraid of dreaming the seemingly impossible
> > if we
> > >             want the seemingly impossible to become a reality" - Vaclav
> > Havel
> > >
> > >
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> Message: 16
> Date: Tue, 6 Mar 2012 12:55:37 -0800
> From: Brian Conley <brianc at smallworldnews.tv>
> To: "Jillian C. York" <jilliancyork at gmail.com>
> Cc: Liberation Technologies <liberationtech at lists.stanford.edu>
> Subject: Re: [liberationtech] Who's speaking at SXSW?
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> I'm down! Where? (never been to austin before, but please, some place with
> a good beer selection!)
> 
> On Tue, Mar 6, 2012 at 12:54 PM, Jillian C. York <jilliancyork at gmail.com>wrote:
> 
> > How about a Saturday happy hour Libtech meetup?
> >
> >
> > On Mon, Mar 5, 2012 at 7:20 PM, Danny O'Brien <DObrien at cpj.org> wrote:
> >
> >> On Mon, Mar 05, 2012 at 08:45:39PM -0500, Elizabeth Stark wrote:
> >> > I'm hosting a session on "SOPA/PIPA: Why the Open Internet Needs Us"
> >> with
> >> > Andrew McLaughlin, VP of Tumblr and Gary Kovacs, CEO of Mozilla on
> >> Saturday at
> >> > 11am: http://schedule.sxsw.com/2012/events/event_IAP992460
> >>
> >> We should at the very least have a libtech meet-up at SXSW. But not on
> >> Friday, because I won't be there yet.
> >>
> >> d.
> >>
> >> >
> >> > On Mar 5, 2012 5:40 PM, "Jillian C. York" <jilliancyork at gmail.com>
> >> wrote:
> >> >
> >> >     Brian - Hilariously, my panel is How to Run a Social Site and Not
> >> Get Users
> >> >     Killed ... so no shame in the title ;)
> >> >
> >> >     I actually had yours on my list already and accidentally forgot to
> >> add it,
> >> >     sorry 'bout that!
> >> >
> >> >     On Mon, Mar 5, 2012 at 5:35 PM, Brian Conley <
> >> brianc at smallworldnews.tv>
> >> >     wrote:
> >> >
> >> >         How Not to Die: Using Tech in a Dictatorship
> >> >
> >> >         I will be speaking on that panel with Mark Belinsky and,
> >> originally
> >> >         Lhadon Tethong of SFT and Tibet Action, but now with Sabrina
> >> Hersi
> >> >         Issa.
> >> >
> >> >         And yes, I'm aware the title is a bit provocative/annoying, but
> >> perhaps
> >> >         it will garner attendance. Also, It wasn't my idea. ;)
> >> >
> >> >         On Mon, Mar 5, 2012 at 5:31 PM, Jillian C. York <
> >> jilliancyork at gmail.com
> >> >         > wrote:
> >> >
> >> >             Apologies if this thread already happened and I deleted it
> >> by
> >> >             accident...Just looking to see what libtech-type panels are
> >> on the
> >> >             schedule this year; I've found quite a few so far (see
> >> below), but
> >> >             I must say their search function is pretty weak (which is
> >> why half
> >> >             my recommendations compiled thus far have EFF colleagues in
> >> them!)
> >> >
> >> >               ? Internet Power: After Cyber-Optimism and Pessimism
> >> >               ? How to Run a Social Site and Not Get Users Killed
> >> >               ? Recognize This! The Ethics of Mobile Face Tagging
> >> >               ? Security and Privacy in Social Networks
> >> >               ? How 21st Century Tools Are Disrupting Global Power
> >> >               ? Debate: Should Social Sites Allow Anonymous Users
> >> >               ? Principles and Practices for Privacy by Design
> >> >
> >> >             Best,
> >> >
> >> >             Jillian
> >> >
> >> >             +1-857-891-4244 | jilliancyork.com | @jilliancyork
> >> >
> >> >             "We must not be afraid of dreaming the seemingly impossible
> >> if we
> >> >             want the seemingly impossible to become a reality" - Vaclav
> >> Havel
> >> >
> >> >
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> From: Gregory Foster <gfoster at entersection.org>
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> From: EI8FDB <ei8fdb at ei8fdb.org>
> To: liberationtech at lists.stanford.edu
> Subject: Re: [liberationtech] Who's speaking at SXSW?
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> Hi there,
> 
> I'll be talking at SXSW, not (directly) tech related though. I'll be MIA on Saturday & Sunday but there for the rest.
> 
> regards,
> Bernard
> 
> 
> On 6 Mar 2012, at 21:45, Gregory Foster wrote:
> 
> > As a local, I might be able to help identify a venue.
> > 
> > Considering a meetup on Saturday, I was reminded that BarCampATX is happening at Black Sheep Lodge until 6pm (so the SXSW BarCamp is actually happening in a bar this year even though that wasn't the original point).  Black Sheep is off the SXSW-beaten path on South Lamar, currently one of the more interesting parts of town w/ good beer, good location, and good eats.
> > http://www.blacksheeplodge.com/
> > 
> > If the preference would be to push for a meetup after SXSW sessions are done for the day, I'm happy to track down other suggestions.
> > 
> > gf
> > 
> > 
> > On 3/6/12 2:55 PM, Brian Conley wrote:
> >> I'm down! Where? (never been to austin before, but please, some place with a good beer selection!)
> >> 
> >> On Tue, Mar 6, 2012 at 12:54 PM, Jillian C. York <jilliancyork at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> How about a Saturday happy hour Libtech meetup?
> >> 
> >> 
> >> On Mon, Mar 5, 2012 at 7:20 PM, Danny O'Brien <DObrien at cpj.org> wrote:
> >> On Mon, Mar 05, 2012 at 08:45:39PM -0500, Elizabeth Stark wrote:
> >> > I'm hosting a session on "SOPA/PIPA: Why the Open Internet Needs Us" with
> >> > Andrew McLaughlin, VP of Tumblr and Gary Kovacs, CEO of Mozilla on Saturday at
> >> > 11am: http://schedule.sxsw.com/2012/events/event_IAP992460
> >> 
> >> We should at the very least have a libtech meet-up at SXSW. But not on
> >> Friday, because I won't be there yet.
> >> 
> >> d.
> >> 
> >> >
> >> > On Mar 5, 2012 5:40 PM, "Jillian C. York" <jilliancyork at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> >
> >> >     Brian - Hilariously, my panel is How to Run a Social Site and Not Get Users
> >> >     Killed ... so no shame in the title ;)
> >> >
> >> >     I actually had yours on my list already and accidentally forgot to add it,
> >> >     sorry 'bout that!
> >> >
> >> >     On Mon, Mar 5, 2012 at 5:35 PM, Brian Conley <brianc at smallworldnews.tv>
> >> >     wrote:
> >> >
> >> >         How Not to Die: Using Tech in a Dictatorship
> >> >
> >> >         I will be speaking on that panel with Mark Belinsky and, originally
> >> >         Lhadon Tethong of SFT and Tibet Action, but now with Sabrina Hersi
> >> >         Issa.
> >> >
> >> >         And yes, I'm aware the title is a bit provocative/annoying, but perhaps
> >> >         it will garner attendance. Also, It wasn't my idea. ;)
> >> >
> >> >         On Mon, Mar 5, 2012 at 5:31 PM, Jillian C. York <jilliancyork at gmail.com
> >> >         > wrote:
> >> >
> >> >             Apologies if this thread already happened and I deleted it by
> >> >             accident...Just looking to see what libtech-type panels are on the
> >> >             schedule this year; I've found quite a few so far (see below), but
> >> >             I must say their search function is pretty weak (which is why half
> >> >             my recommendations compiled thus far have EFF colleagues in them!)
> >> >
> >> >               ? Internet Power: After Cyber-Optimism and Pessimism
> >> >               ? How to Run a Social Site and Not Get Users Killed
> >> >               ? Recognize This! The Ethics of Mobile Face Tagging
> >> >               ? Security and Privacy in Social Networks
> >> >               ? How 21st Century Tools Are Disrupting Global Power
> >> >               ? Debate: Should Social Sites Allow Anonymous Users
> >> >               ? Principles and Practices for Privacy by Design
> >> >
> >> >             Best,
> >> >
> >> >             Jillian
> >> >
> >> >             +1-857-891-4244 | jilliancyork.com | @jilliancyork
> >> >
> >> >             "We must not be afraid of dreaming the seemingly impossible if we
> >> >             want the seemingly impossible to become a reality" - Vaclav Havel
> > -- 
> > Gregory Foster || 
> > gfoster at entersection.org
> > 
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> Message: 19
> Date: Tue, 6 Mar 2012 18:16:58 -0800
> From: Jesse Young <youngj at cs.stanford.edu>
> To: Andrew Lewis <andrew at pdqvpn.com>
> Cc: "liberationtech at lists.stanford.edu"
> 	<liberationtech at lists.stanford.edu>
> Subject: Re: [liberationtech] English Version of How to Tweet from
> 	Cuba
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> Hi Andrew,
> 
> And hello to the liberation-tech list -- Joshua Stern and I from
> envaya.org have been following this list for about a year now.
> 
> It's possible to set up a SMS bridge using an Android phone that
> locals could text from mobile phones without internet (at local
> rates).
> 
> Just last week we released Telerivet -- http://telerivet.com/ -- a
> service that makes it easy to deploy SMS services anywhere in the
> world, just like this.
> 
> As an alternative, you could use EnvayaSMS -- http://sms.envaya.org/
> -- an open-source Android app that acts as an SMS gateway, which we
> developed as a project of our non-profit, Envaya.
> 
> Telerivet is easier to use than EnvayaSMS (even non-programmers can
> set up a simple SMS service with Telerivet in a few minutes).
> EnvayaSMS requires more technical expertise, but has the benefit of
> being free and open-source with no dependence on third-party servers.
> 
> To set up a Twitter bridge with either Telerivet or EnvayaSMS, a
> developer could implement a service that acts as a client of the
> Twitter API (if there's not already a service that does this). Then
> somebody in Cuba with an internet connection would just need to get an
> Android phone with a Cuban SIM card, install the Telerivet or
> EnvayaSMS app, and point it at the appropriate URL.
> 
> Telerivet is in beta now and we're improving it rapidly, so feedback is welcome!
> 
> -Jesse
> 
> > One of the
> > ideas that I was kicking around when Telecomix was looking at Cuba was the
> > use of some sort of SMS bridge device that locals could text at local rates,
> > thus driving the barrier to entry and cost significantly down.
> 
> 
> 
> On Tue, Mar 6, 2012 at 7:11 AM, Andrew Lewis <andrew at pdqvpn.com> wrote:
> > Hey Diana, long time no see, not sure if it is just me, but I do not have
> > anything attached to this email. Either way Id love to follow up with you
> > off list. I know that I have seemingly fell off the face of the earth, but I
> > am trying to get back to work soon.
> >
> > To the rest of the people reading Libtech, basically there is no wifi or
> > Internet itself inside Cuba available to the average Juan, and Juanita's.
> > However as cell phones are becoming more available, people are using SMS to
> > communicate more and more. This has led to a rise in people accessing
> > twitter to express themselves, but requires the use of either hyper
> > expensive foreign cells, or even more expensive illicit wifi. One of the
> > ideas that I was kicking around when Telecomix was looking at Cuba was the
> > use of some sort of SMS bridge device that locals could text at local rates,
> > thus driving the barrier to entry and cost significantly down. I have my
> > ideas in how it would work, and I'll send them to the list in a bit, but I
> > would be intrigued to see if anyone else had ideas, or if they had any input
> > before I put my ideas out there.
> >
> > Thanks,
> > Andrew Lewis
> > Telecomix IRC: Punkbob
> > Twitter: ThePunkbob
> >
> >
> >
> > On Mar 6, 2012, at 2:18 PM, diani barreto <diani_de at yahoo.de> wrote:
> >
> >
> >
> > Hello dear friends at Liberationtech,
> >
> > As you expressed? interest via Twitter,? on Yoani S?nchez' post on how to
> > tweet from Cuba, I completed this translation.
> > It was originally intended as a guide for Cubans on the Island to connect to
> > Twitter, but in the meantime it has served as a guide to inform the world on
> > how Cubans use Twitter without Internet access.
> >
> > I hope it is of interest to you.
> >
> > Thank you for your support.
> >
> > Finest regards,
> >
> > Diani Barreto
> > @deCespedes on Twitter
> >
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> Message: 20
> Date: Tue, 6 Mar 2012 19:16:28 -0800
> From: Yosem Companys <companys at stanford.edu>
> To: Liberation Technologies <liberationtech at lists.stanford.edu>
> Subject: [liberationtech] WSJ Data Transparency Hackathon
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> Wall Street Journals' data transparency project hosting a hackfest weekend.
>  If you're a dev and interested, sign up now as it's filling fast.  Also,
> they have travel stipends available.
> 
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> From: Yosem Companys <companys at stanford.edu>
> To: Liberation Technologies <liberationtech at lists.stanford.edu>,
> 	Drones <drone-list at lists.stanford.edu>
> Subject: [liberationtech] Drones At Home
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> Drones At Home <http://rhizome.org/announce/events/58121/>
> 
> *Drones at Home* explores the strange allure of drones and the push for
> their domestication?by governments, corporations, and everyday citizens.
> 
> "Home" is understood at multiple scales?at the level of the individual,
> backyard, community, border region, and homeland. The San Diego region is
> featured prominently and regional issues are explored as exemplars of
> global phenomena. The exhibition also departs from any strict
> interpretation of the form that a drone must take; the project expands on
> the "unmanned" nature of the drone as symbolic of a larger
> condition--ecologies where the status of the human is called into question,
> distributed and embedded in a wider field of shared intelligence.
> 
> *Drones at Home* will be presented in three phases. Phase 1 includes an
> exhibition; Phase 2 consists of panels and a workshop; and Phase 3, which
> continues through the summer, will include the creation of new drone
> projects in collaboration with invited artists and research groups at
> Calit2. Co-curated by Sheldon Brown, Jordan Crandall, and Ricardo
> Dominguez, this first phase will feature the work of Matthew Battles,
> Trevor Paglen, The Periscope Project, Alex Rivera and Angel Nevarez, along
> with additional work drawn from research in the field.
> 
> Matthew Battles is a poet, writer, and co-founder of HiLobrow.com. His
> forthcoming books include *Letter by Letter* (W. W. Norton), a sentimental
> and natural history of writing, and a short story collection, *The
> Sovereignties of Invention* (Red Lemonade). He is a research fellow with
> metaLAB, an academic and creative collaborative devoted to the exploration
> of technology in the arts and humanities, hosted by Harvard University's
> Berkman Center for Internet and Society .
> 
> Alex Rivera is a New York based digital media artist and filmmaker. His
> first feature film, SLEEP DEALER premiered at Sundance 2008, and won two
> awards, including the Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award. Rivera is a Sundance
> Fellow and a Rockefeller Fellow. His work, which addresses concerns of the
> Latino community through a language of humor, satire, and metaphor, has
> also been screened at The Berlin International Film Festival, New
> Directors/New Films, The Guggenheim Museum, PBS, Telluride, and other
> international venues.
> 
> Angel Nevarez is an artist, musician, and DJ. He has produced works which
> investigate contemporary music, dissent, and public fora, and move between
> the spatial simultaneity of performance and enunciation, reflecting upon
> the projection of political agency through transmission and song. His
> interests lie in the formation of mobile, performative, and
> discursive-based social spaces, along with the re-articulation of
> communicatory systems within such locales. Nevarez is also a faculty member
> of MIT?s Art, Culture, and Technology Program.
> 
> Trevor Paglen?s work deliberately blurs lines between science, contemporary
> art, journalism, and other disciplines to construct unfamiliar, yet
> meticulously researched ways to see and interpret the world around us.
> Paglen?s visual work has been exhibited at the Metropolitan Museum of Art,
> New York; The Tate Modern, London; The Walker Arts Center, Minneapolis; The
> Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh; Institute for Contemporary Art,
> Philadelphia; The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; Massachusetts Museum
> of Contemporary Art, North Adams; the 2008 Taipei Biennial; the Istanbul
> Biennial 2009, and numerous other solo and group exhibitions.
> 
> The Periscope Project is a space and co-operative based in downtown San
> Diego committed to the transdisciplinary nexus of art, architecture, and
> regional urban issues. Operating by the efforts of its resident
> practitioners; *Drone Readymade *represents the first discreet project
> (outside of The Periscope Project itself) undertaken collaboratively. The
> project's primary authors are James Enos (M.Arch, NSAD, MFA UCSD, Visiting
> Assistant Professor, FSU), Molly Enos (M.Arch NSAD, AIA), Charles G. Miller
> (MFA UCSD), Keith Muller, Andrea Ngan, David Kim, Jon Barth, Jason Durr and
> Jay Ojeda; with key contributions from Jon Zuppan. For *Drones at Home*,
> The Periscope Project is collaborating with Owen Mundy (MFA UCSD, Assistant
> Professor FSU).
> 
> *Link:* http://gallery.calit2.net/
> 
> *Location:*
> gallery at calit2
> Atkinson Hall, First Floor, 9500 Gilman Drive
> La Jolla, California CA 92093-0436
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> Date: Tue, 6 Mar 2012 20:53:57 -0800
> From: Kevin Hsu <khsu at stanford.edu>
> To: liberationtech at lists.stanford.edu
> Subject: [liberationtech] Atlantic: How Western Tech Firms Are Helping
> 	Arab	Dictators
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> Article of interest from *The Atlantic Monthly*
> http://www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2012/03/how-western-tech-firms-are-helping-arab-dictators/254008/
> 
> 
> Surveillance Inc: How Western Tech Firms Are Helping Arab Dictators By
> Trevor Timm & Jillian C. York
> Mar 6 2012, 7:01 AM ET
> 
> *As democratic movements spread in the Middle East, governments are
> cracking down, and that means big business for the companies who help them
> do it.*
> 
> [image: tunis march5 p.jpg]
> 
> A computer systems coordinator at Tunisia Television in Tunis / Reuters
> 
> 
> Reliance means vulnerability, and the activists and citizen journalists of
> the Arab uprisings rely heavily on the Internet and mobile technology. They
> use text messaging to coordinate protests, for example, or social media
> sites to upload the photos and videos that then make it into mainstream
> global media. In the first protests in Tunisia, because traditional
> journalists could not get access, citizen journalists filled in, using
> YouTube and the live-streaming platform UStream to give the world --
> including, for example, the Egyptians and Syrians who later began revolts
> of their own -- a window into the events there.
> 
> For all of the good this technology has done, activists are also beginning
> to understand the harm it can do. As Evgeny Morozov wrote in *The Net
> Delusion<http://www.amazon.com/The-Net-Delusion-Internet-Freedom/dp/1610391063/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1330898853&sr=8-1>
> *, his book on the Internet's darker sides, "Denying that greater
> information flows, combined with advanced technologies ... can result in
> the overall strengthening of authoritarian regimes is a dangerous path to
> take, if only because it numbs us to potential regulatory interventions and
> the need to rein in our own Western corporate excesses."
> 
> 
> The communications devices activists use are not as safe as they might
> believe, and dozens of companies -- many of them based in North America and
> Europe -- are selling technology to authoritarian governments that can be
> used against democratic movements. Such tools can exploit security flaws in
> the activists' technology, intercept a user's communications, or even
> pinpoint their location. In many cases, this technology has led to the
> arrest, torture, and even death of individuals whose only "crime" was
> exercising their universal right to free speech. And, in most of these
> cases, the public knew nothing about it.
> 
> Recent investigations by the
> *Wall<http://online.wsj.com/public/page/censorship-investigation.html>
> <http://online.wsj.com/public/page/censorship-investigation.html>Street<http://online.wsj.com/public/page/censorship-investigation.html>
> <http://online.wsj.com/public/page/censorship-investigation.html>Journal<http://online.wsj.com/public/page/censorship-investigation.html>
> * and *Bloomberg <http://topics.bloomberg.com/wired-for-repression/>
> <http://topics.bloomberg.com/wired-for-repression/>News<http://topics.bloomberg.com/wired-for-repression/>
> * have revealed just how expansively these technologies are already being
> used. Intelligence agencies throughout the Middle East can today scan,
> catalogue, and read virtually every email in their country. The technology
> even allows them to change emails while en route to their
> recipient<http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2011-12-12/tunisia-after-revolt-can-alter-e-mails-with-big-brother-software.html>,
> as Tunisian authorities sometimes did before the revolution.
> 
> 
> These technologies turn activists' phones against them, allowing
> governments to listen in on phone calls, read text messages, even scan cell
> networks and pinpoint callers with voice recognition. They allow
> intelligence agents to monitor movements of activists via a GPS locator
> updated every fifteen seconds. And by tricking users into installing
> malware on their devices -- as is
> currently<http://articles.cnn.com/2012-02-17/tech/tech_web_computer-virus-syria_1_opposition-activists-computer-viruses-syrian-town?_s=PM:TECH>
> <http://articles.cnn.com/2012-02-17/tech/tech_web_computer-virus-syria_1_opposition-activists-computer-viruses-syrian-town?_s=PM:TECH>
> happening<http://articles.cnn.com/2012-02-17/tech/tech_web_computer-virus-syria_1_opposition-activists-computer-viruses-syrian-town?_s=PM:TECH>in
> Syria - government agents can remotely turn on a laptop webcam or a
> cell
> phone microphone without its user knowing.
> 
> 
> In Syria recently, American journalist Marie Colvin and French photographer
> R?mi Ochlik were killed by a mortar attack that may have been targeted to
> the locations of their satellite
> phones<http://www.rferl.org/content/marie_colvin_death_concerns_about_safe_use_satelite_phones/24495230.html>.
> We don't know for sure how the Syrian army tracked them, but Lebanese
> intelligence had recorded Syrian officials as planning to
> target<http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/9099325/Marie-Colvin-Syria-regime-accused-of-murder-in-besieged-Homs.html>Western
> journalists, and following satellite phone signals is just one of
> the tech-aided ways they could have done it.
> 
> 
> Syria and other abusive Middle Eastern regimes rely on technology companies
> such as Area SpA, the Italian firm that contracted with the regime there to
> build a surveillance center, and that pulled out only after exposure by
> Bloomberg News prompted protests at their Italian headquarters. There's
> also the American company Bluecoat Systems. When it was reported that their
> Internet-monitoring equipment had been re-sold to the Syrian government, a
> senior VP told<http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052970203687504577001911398596328.html>the
> *Wall Street Journal*, "We don't want our products to be used by the
> government of Syria or any other country embargoed by the United States."
> 
> For all the evil of Syria's regime, it's hard to ignore the role and often
> the complicity of Western technology companies that can sometimes act as
> dictator's little helper. While Syria's use of surveillance has been
> particularly egregious and well-documented, this problem goes far beyond
> just one country. For years, Western firms have been selling surveillance
> equipment to the most brutal regimes. And while sales to Syria often
> violate sanctions policy, such companies can sell to many other
> authoritarian countries -- many of them U.S. and E.U. allies -- without
> repercussions.
> 
> 
> In pre-revolutionary Tunisia, surveillance firms
> gave<http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2011-08-22/torture-in-bahrain-becomes-routine-with-help-from-nokia-siemens-networking.html>
> <http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2011-08-22/torture-in-bahrain-becomes-routine-with-help-from-nokia-siemens-networking.html>
> discounts<http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2011-08-22/torture-in-bahrain-becomes-routine-with-help-from-nokia-siemens-networking.html>to
> a government agency because the firms wanted to use the country for
> testing and bug-tracking. The technology was so advanced that it prompted
> the post-revolutionary head of the Tunisian government's Internet agency to
> <http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748704438104576219190417124226.html>
> remark<http://www.google.com/url?q=http%3A%2F%2Fonline.wsj.com%2Farticle%2FSB10001424052748704438104576219190417124226.html&sa=D&sntz=1&usg=AFQjCNFpg-smFytMWUuBK9KsDCFhbv32Tw>,
> "I had a group of international experts from a group here lately, who
> looked at the equipment and said: 'The Chinese could come here and learn
> from you.'"
> 
> 
> In Bahrain, dozens of political activists have
> testified<http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2011-12-12/tunisia-after-revolt-can-alter-e-mails-with-big-brother-software.html>that
> the security officers who detained and beat them also read transcripts
> of their text messages and emails likely gathered from technology purchased
> from Germany-based Trovicor <http://trovicor.com/>, a former Nokia Siemens
> subsidiary. According to *Bloomberg* *News*, a spokesman for the latter
> confirmed<http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2011-12-12/tunisia-after-revolt-can-alter-e-mails-with-big-brother-software.html>the
> sale and maintenance of this equipment to the Bahraini government.
> 
> "The bulk of this digital arms trade happens under the radar.
> 
> Qaddafi's regime was later found to have spied on *Al Jazeera* journalist
> Khaled Mehiri by monitoring his emails and Facebook messages
> using<http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052970203764804577056230832805896.html>
> <http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052970203764804577056230832805896.html>
> technology<http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052970203764804577056230832805896.html>made
> by French company Amesys. Mehiri was later interrogated and threatened
> by the head of Libya's intelligence service. The reporters who found
> Mehiri's surveillance file in Tripoli's abandoned Internet monitoring
> center discovered similar files on many other journalists, human rights
> advocates, and democratic activists.
> 
> 
> The mass surveillance industry is a large one -- estimates now
> put<http://owni.eu/2011/12/01/spyfiles-wikileaks-revelations-of-mass-internet-surveillance/>the
> global market at $5 billion per year. The businesspeople getting rich
> from the crackdown industry don't often talk to the media, but some of the
> few who do can seem less than concerned about their potential role in their
> clients' violence.
> 
> 
> Jerry Lucas is the president of Telestragies Inc, the company that runs ISS
> World, the trade show circuit (also known as the "Wiretapper's Ball") that
> brings these companies and their clients together. Asked by the
> *Guardian*<http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology/2011/nov/01/governments-hacking-techniques-surveillance>in
> November if he would be comfortable knowing that regimes in Zimbabwe
> and
> North Korea were purchasing the technology from his trade shows, he
> responded, "That's just not my job to determine who's a bad country and
> who's a good country." He added, "That's not our business, we're not
> politicians ... we're a for-profit company. Our business is bringing
> governments together who want to buy this technology."
> 
> 
> <http://www.theatlantic.com/special-report/democracy>This is the crux of
> the problem: These companies seem fully aware of what they're doing - after
> all, the better they understand how to help secret police find and
> terrorize  dissidents, the better their products will do on the market --
> but far less concerned about the implications. As Dutch member of the E.U.
> Parliament Marietje Schaake told us last week, "The bulk of this digital
> arms trade happens under the radar; through spin-offs of well-known
> companies, but mostly by players without a reputation to lose with
> consumers."
> 
> 
> Schaake, who has been leading an effort in Europe to halt the sale of
> surveillance technologies to repressive regimes, helped pass E.U. export
> restrictions to some government actors in Syria. In the U.S., Rep. Chris
> Smith introduced<http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2011-12-09/house-bill-would-ban-surveillance-gear-sales-by-american-firms.html>a
> bill in the House that would require American companies listed on the
> stock exchange to report to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on
> how they conduct due diligence on human rights issues.
> 
> 
> Unfortunately, apart from the work of a few individuals, this problem has
> gone mostly ignored by Western governments, and the digital surveillance
> trade still seems to be flourishing. Congress, the E.U., and the U.N. all
> have the ability act -- by requiring the relevant companies to at least
> transparently evaluate whether or not their technology is aiding in human
> rights abuses, if not banning those sales outright -- but so far, even as
> dozens of Syrians die every day, they haven't.
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> Message: 23
> Date: Wed, 7 Mar 2012 10:04:10 +0100
> From: Okhin <okhin at okhin.fr>
> To: Liberation Technologies <liberationtech at lists.stanford.edu>
> Subject: [liberationtech] Telecomix Broadcast System
> Message-ID: <20120307100410.12ecdc0e at nicolas-desktop>
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> 
> Ohai fellow internauts,
> 
> Telecomix has gathered one year of revolution in Syria, getting videos
> and news from the ground, trying to check them, date them and order
> them by place.
> 
> They've been put in only one place (and transcoded in .ogv because it's
> free as in freedom) here: http://tbs.okhin.fr
> 
> There's One year of amazing bravery and insane massacre. Some videos
> are tough and I'll advise you not to watch it near anyone that can be
> easily offended by crude cruelty.
> 
> Besides that, it's ordered by date (one page per date), with some tags
> system (more or less efficient, it needs insane spellcheck) and I hope
> you'll find all the information you can need about the Syrian uprising.
> 
> --
> Okhin
> Disclaimer: yeah, I'm the one who done the portal and it's been almost
> a year I hang on telecomix opsyria.
> 
> 
> ------------------------------
> 
> Message: 24
> Date: Wed, 7 Mar 2012 10:56:22 -0500
> From: Griffin Boyce <griffinboyce at gmail.com>
> To: Okhin <okhin at okhin.fr>
> Cc: Liberation Technologies <liberationtech at lists.stanford.edu>
> Subject: Re: [liberationtech] Telecomix Broadcast System
> Message-ID:
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> 
> Great job Okhin!
> 
>   There is a real wealth of videos from Syria and the Arab Spring, and I'm
> happy that you've put this together to showcase so many of them. It's also
> really well organized.
> 
> ~Griffin Boyce
> 
> 
> On Wed, Mar 7, 2012 at 4:04 AM, Okhin <okhin at okhin.fr> wrote:
> 
> > Ohai fellow internauts,
> >
> > Telecomix has gathered one year of revolution in Syria, getting videos
> > and news from the ground, trying to check them, date them and order
> > them by place.
> >
> > They've been put in only one place (and transcoded in .ogv because it's
> > free as in freedom) here: http://tbs.okhin.fr
> >
> > There's One year of amazing bravery and insane massacre. Some videos
> > are tough and I'll advise you not to watch it near anyone that can be
> > easily offended by crude cruelty.
> >
> > Besides that, it's ordered by date (one page per date), with some tags
> > system (more or less efficient, it needs insane spellcheck) and I hope
> > you'll find all the information you can need about the Syrian uprising.
> >
> > --
> > Okhin
> > Disclaimer: yeah, I'm the one who done the portal and it's been almost
> > a year I hang on telecomix opsyria.
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> not pay close attention to the human interaction factors involved
> risk failing to provide security by failing to attract users."
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> Date: Wed, 7 Mar 2012 17:59:08 +0100
> From: Okhin <okhin at okhin.fr>
> To: liberationtech at lists.stanford.edu
> Subject: Re: [liberationtech] Telecomix Broadcast System
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> On Wed, 7 Mar 2012 10:56:22 -0500
> Griffin Boyce <griffinboyce at gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> > Great job Okhin!
> > 
> >   There is a real wealth of videos from Syria and the Arab Spring,
> > and I'm happy that you've put this together to showcase so many of
> > them. It's also really well organized.
> 
> Well, not that well, it's mainly a scripted exploitation of the index
> we've built for a year (yeah, ikiwiki rox) and we have still some
> issues with the tagging system due to translation into english (Baba
> Amr, for instance, can be written with a dozen different ortograph it
> seems), so we need to find a way to fix that, and it would not be easy.
> 
> And it would worth nothing without the people who actually took the
> footages and posted them to different upload website (mainly youtube
> and bambuser) at great risks.
> 
> Okhin - also: we have a tor hidden service http://7rv7cfdyyg3kmmnx.onion
> and SSL will come soon
> 
> > 
> > ~Griffin Boyce
> > 
> > 
> > On Wed, Mar 7, 2012 at 4:04 AM, Okhin <okhin at okhin.fr> wrote:
> > 
> > > Ohai fellow internauts,
> > >
> > > Telecomix has gathered one year of revolution in Syria, getting
> > > videos and news from the ground, trying to check them, date them
> > > and order them by place.
> > >
> > > They've been put in only one place (and transcoded in .ogv because
> > > it's free as in freedom) here: http://tbs.okhin.fr
> > >
> > > There's One year of amazing bravery and insane massacre. Some videos
> > > are tough and I'll advise you not to watch it near anyone that can
> > > be easily offended by crude cruelty.
> > >
> > > Besides that, it's ordered by date (one page per date), with some
> > > tags system (more or less efficient, it needs insane spellcheck)
> > > and I hope you'll find all the information you can need about the
> > > Syrian uprising.
> > >
> > > --
> > > Okhin
> > > Disclaimer: yeah, I'm the one who done the portal and it's been
> > > almost a year I hang on telecomix opsyria.
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> > -- 
> > "I believe that usability is a security concern; systems that do
> > not pay close attention to the human interaction factors involved
> > risk failing to provide security by failing to attract users."
> > ~Len Sassaman
> > 
> > PGP Key etc: https://www.noisebridge.net/wiki/User:Fontaine
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> Message: 26
> Date: Wed, 7 Mar 2012 09:02:18 -0800
> From: Brian Conley <brianc at smallworldnews.tv>
> To: Okhin <okhin at okhin.fr>
> Cc: liberationtech at lists.stanford.edu
> Subject: Re: [liberationtech] Telecomix Broadcast System
> Message-ID:
> 	<CADWW2nkMsdWjjp=wN+3Zh2BKAAyjBT8ecGU5Ma_Axtj1OA2JBg at mail.gmail.com>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"
> 
> Hi Okhin,
> 
> Great effort. There is an attempt to do this by one of the Syrian
> opposition groups, am traveling today but will try to link you when I get
> back to a computer. it is quite extensive, but poorly organized.
> 
> Brian
> On Mar 7, 2012 9:59 AM, "Okhin" <okhin at okhin.fr> wrote:
> 
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> > On Wed, 7 Mar 2012 10:56:22 -0500
> > Griffin Boyce <griffinboyce at gmail.com> wrote:
> >
> > > Great job Okhin!
> > >
> > >   There is a real wealth of videos from Syria and the Arab Spring,
> > > and I'm happy that you've put this together to showcase so many of
> > > them. It's also really well organized.
> >
> > Well, not that well, it's mainly a scripted exploitation of the index
> > we've built for a year (yeah, ikiwiki rox) and we have still some
> > issues with the tagging system due to translation into english (Baba
> > Amr, for instance, can be written with a dozen different ortograph it
> > seems), so we need to find a way to fix that, and it would not be easy.
> >
> > And it would worth nothing without the people who actually took the
> > footages and posted them to different upload website (mainly youtube
> > and bambuser) at great risks.
> >
> > Okhin - also: we have a tor hidden service http://7rv7cfdyyg3kmmnx.onion
> > and SSL will come soon
> >
> > >
> > > ~Griffin Boyce
> > >
> > >
> > > On Wed, Mar 7, 2012 at 4:04 AM, Okhin <okhin at okhin.fr> wrote:
> > >
> > > > Ohai fellow internauts,
> > > >
> > > > Telecomix has gathered one year of revolution in Syria, getting
> > > > videos and news from the ground, trying to check them, date them
> > > > and order them by place.
> > > >
> > > > They've been put in only one place (and transcoded in .ogv because
> > > > it's free as in freedom) here: http://tbs.okhin.fr
> > > >
> > > > There's One year of amazing bravery and insane massacre. Some videos
> > > > are tough and I'll advise you not to watch it near anyone that can
> > > > be easily offended by crude cruelty.
> > > >
> > > > Besides that, it's ordered by date (one page per date), with some
> > > > tags system (more or less efficient, it needs insane spellcheck)
> > > > and I hope you'll find all the information you can need about the
> > > > Syrian uprising.
> > > >
> > > > --
> > > > Okhin
> > > > Disclaimer: yeah, I'm the one who done the portal and it's been
> > > > almost a year I hang on telecomix opsyria.
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> > > "I believe that usability is a security concern; systems that do
> > > not pay close attention to the human interaction factors involved
> > > risk failing to provide security by failing to attract users."
> > > ~Len Sassaman
> > >
> > > PGP Key etc: https://www.noisebridge.net/wiki/User:Fontaine
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