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Wed Oct 27 14:57:31 CEST 2010
2010/10/27 Mårten Fjällström <marten.fjallstrom at piratpartiet.se>:
> Mariano Alesandro wrote:
>> On 10/26/10, Rick Falkvinge (Piratpartiet) <rick at piratpartiet.se> wrote:
>>>> The situation is doubly treacherous. Because the censorship is trivial
>>>> to circumvent, not many people really care about it. In the meantime,
>>>> censorship is being established as an accepted legal practice.
>>>> The next step, once it is accepted in legal circles, is of course to
>>>> crack down with effective means rather than stupid DNS falsifications.
>>>> At that point, any protests will have a much harder time gaining steam
>>>> since nobody protested earlier.
>> Yeah, thanks. But I think I know what Rick means, they are taking away
>> little by little, and we get used to things that shouldn't be, and
>> that only helps to set the bases up for the next cut.
>> But for example in my case here in Danmark, I really don't know what
>> to do, I don't mean using DNS's or webproxies, I mean what to do to
>> attack the problem at its core. Because it is taking liberties away
>> from people, but I feel like I would be one person against a machine,
>> I'm kinda lost at that...
>> Pirate Parties International - General Talk
>> pp.international.general at lists.pirateweb.net
> There is a small PPDK that you can join. Since Denmark has draconian laws to
> prevent new parties in the parliament election, my advice would be to run on
> this question in local election - could the city council fund a uncensored
> DNS? Yes, they can! Censorship is evil!
> If local elections also are blocked, or just to much competition, run in
> student council elections.
> Mårten Fjällström
> Party Secretary PPSE
> Pirate Parties International - General Talk
> pp.international.general at lists.pirateweb.net
Yes, I'm getting into it, I was reading online today the applying "how-to"..
Thanks and regards,
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