[pp.int.general] No Safe Harbor 2 contributions
jakobsheep at gmail.com
Tue Jun 26 17:49:34 CEST 2012
Hi, I'm new to this ML and like to be involved in the PPI.
I'll be soon a senior PP member in France. I'm Dutch by birth but live now
over 11 years in France where the PP.fr is (slowly) taking off.
So far my introduction ;-).
To answer your question, aren't there already enough books out there
already proving this ?
So instead of writing something new better dig up some old and reshape it
to make it readable.
I hope to have been of any help.
On Jun 26, 2012 5:13 p.m., "roberto aka robske" <evilteddyxl at gmail.com>
> Would it be fine if I'd write a piece about education and how, when
coupled with freedom of information, could lead to more successful and
> - Roberto Moretti
> Dutch pirate party member
> Op 26 jun. 2012 04:00 schreef "Andrew Norton" <ktetch at gmail.com> het
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>> There's a little over two months left for submissions for No Safe
>> Harbor 2. The deadline is September 1st 2012 (so we can have enough
>> time to get it out and ready for a December 1st release
>> Again, we will be splitting it up into three categories
>> 1) Government and Corporate Transparency and Accountability
>> 2) Personal Privacy
>> 3) Copyright, Patent, and Trademark Reform
>> If you're a Pirate Party member, we welcome your submissions, of any
>> length or style. And please, forward this request on to your parties.
>> If you're not a Pirate Party member (and I know there's a lot of you
>> on this list) but still wish to contribute, then get in touch with
>> Brad Hall (editor at nosafeharbor.com) and we'll discuss it. We're trying
>> to keep it to one non-pirate per section though.
>> The Book will, again, be a free eBook distributed under a CC-BY-NC-SA
>> license and have a physical copy available on Amazon
>> (book 1 is at http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1468033999)
>> Brad Hall and myself will once again be editing the book, and will try
>> and make it better than the first one! At present we have 9-10 pieces,
>> but we want more!
>> Andrew Norton
>> - --
>> Andrew Norton
>> Tel: +1(352)6-KTETCH [+1-352-658-3824]
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