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Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Anonymous Finland – its enough now!

25.4.2014 #Helsinki. – Finland- Parliament House #anonymous #Finland

Police attack protesters with tear gas, we will never forget!

Saturday, April 26, 2014

Digital Petition: Support grows for Pirate Bay co-founder locked in solitary confinement

Some who’ve long-fought for internet freedom have put theirs at risk. The Pirate Bay founder currently in a high-security facility in Denmark is one of them. An online petition of support has become the country’s second-largest digitally-collected appeal list, with over 100,000 signatures.

Gottfried Svartholm was extradited to Denmark last November, after being charged of infiltrating a Danish security base. Since then he’s been locked up in solitary confinement under constant surveillance, and with severely limited outside-contact. RT managed to speak to his mother.

via RT News

Monday, April 21, 2014

What's Happening in Mexico? A global call for freedom #EPNvsInternet


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On April 21 just use #EPNvsInternet to help us to create a Global Storm to defend freedom speech On 22 & 26 we will take the streets

Follow Hashtag: #OpNoCensura

The Hacker Wars the Movie Visits The Nation with weev

The Hacker Wars visits The Nation Magazine with hacker weev Andrew Auernheimer the day his indictment for hacking AT&T is dismissed. weev discusses his incarceration conditions.

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Weev Tells Federal Government To “Bring It”

After having his CFAA conviction vacated on Friday on the grounds that the venue was improper, Andrew “weev” Auernheimer is prepared for a second round in the courts if the government decides to refile charges in another jurisdiction.

 "I’ve already informed my attorney, Tor Ekeland, that he’s not to file a motion to dismiss it via double jeopardy," weev told interviewer Ricky Camilleri on Huffington Post Live.

"I’ve sacrificed three years of my life to overturn this unjust law, and I didn’t do this to get a venue decision. The government should come litigate again. I’ll risk prison again to do this once more. It’s a terrible law…

"This particular case is so utterly seditious. The idea that anybody can be arbitrarily prosecuted for accessing public web resources is monstrous. It really is. I have the best case to fight it. Come bring it Federal Government."