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[liberationtech] [liberationtech-events] List Termination Notice

Collin Anderson collin at
Fri Feb 24 07:08:40 PST 2017

Hello Yosem,

That makes sense. Liberationtech's program had a solid run, and the list
was foundational to a lot of the communities and conversations that thrive
today. As these discussions evolved so too have the needs of the field.
Thanks for administering it over these years.


On Fri, Feb 24, 2017 at 12:22 AM, Yosem Companys <companys at>

> Dear All,
> It has recently come to my attention that the Stanford Liberationtech
> Program is now defunct and that Stanford University has decided to
> terminate all mailing lists related to the program.
> Some of the list subscribers have asked that the names and email addresses
> of all the list subscribers be ported over to a new mailing list. Some have
> asked that a new "organization" be created at The
> Liberationtech Twitter account has already been made independent of
> Stanford University.
> I have asked Stanford's Center for Democracy, Development, and the Rule of
> Law, which created and ran the Liberationtech Program to allow the
> "community" to take over the management of the Program as an entity
> independent of Stanford University. The Center has agreed to do so.
> If you would like to participate in the process of helping to shape the
> new organization, please let me know. We will definitely need the help of
> some good web developers and hackers to set up the new site.
> Thanks,
> Yosem
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