February 11, 2014

The Day We Fight Back

Filed under: code, commons, networks — wseltzer @ 9:16 am

The Day We Fight Back Pervasive surveillance is an attack on the Web and the Internet. It demands both technical and policy responses, and both of those are fostered by what Jamie Boyle called “an environmentalism for the Net.”

The environmental movement had Silent Spring. We have cat signals and The Day We Fight Back.

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