squig at dfpx.de
Tue Jan 31 00:35:53 CET 2012
PPDE put (part of) its weight behind organizing the protest here. I don't
think we'll match Polish levels, but we should get at least what France
got. Again, I urge you to support the movement, both for the sake of the
goals as well as to get the pirate party name out there.
On Mon, Jan 30, 2012 at 11:48 PM, Jack Allnutt <m2ys4u at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 30/01/2012 22:38, Mozart wrote:
> > There has been a lot of focus on Megaupload lately (including a lot
> > of unnecessary argument), which might have come at a very bad time.
> > How many Pirate Parties have done press releases on ACTA lately?
> > Interviews with the media? What's happening on the ACTA front?
> > Should we do a joint press release prior to the protests, as well
> > as after? It'd be great to shift our attention to a more imminent
> > threat.
> > Mozart.
> PPUK have done a couple of TV interviews for Russia Today on ACTA, and
> had our press release (
> ) hit the front page of Reddit's /r/technology generating an
> unprecedented number of web hits for us.
> We've also got a blog post out about how to fight ACTA:
> - CC-BY, obviously, if anybody else wants to re-use the content.
> Jack Allnutt
> PPUK Deputy Campaigns Officer
> Pirate Parties International - General Talk
> pp.international.general at lists.pirateweb.net
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