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[liberationtech] A Digital Safe Haven for Syria

Andrew Lewis me at andrewlew.is
Mon May 27 17:25:06 PDT 2013


Yes technically it's not even that hard, but there are various social
and political roadblocks both inside and outside Syria. I still think
it can be pulled off, even with the various stumbling blocks.

Andrew



On May 28, 2013, at 8:17 AM, Eleanor Saitta <ella at dymaxion.org> wrote:

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> On 2013.05.27 10.57, Yosem Companys wrote:
>> From: *David Farber* <dave at farber.net <mailto:dave at farber.net>>
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>> Anyone believe this would actually work?
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>> LETTER A Digital ?Safe Haven? for Syria
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> Technically?  Yes.  I and other folks have done the logistical evals,
> looking at a variety of sites, etc.
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> Politically?  That's a fascinating and open question.
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> Ideas are my favorite toys.
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