[pp.int.general] Companies that trap and sue P2P users in Germany
i at dario.im
Sun Mar 25 16:08:19 CEST 2012
El 25 de marzo de 2012 16:02, Amelia Andersdotter <teirdes at gmail.com>escribió:
> Pe 25.03.2012 04:50, Richard Stallman a scris:
> > Would it be possible to set up a fund to pay people's 500 EUR fines
>> > if they maintained an open wireless network?
>> Sure. But I think for Piratenpartei it would be more effective to put
>> bit of money we have into election campaigns
>> I wasn't suggesting the Pirate Party itself do this. My idea is that
>> it would be done independently.
>> in order to change the stupid
>> laws instead of fighting them by ignoring them
>> A campaign urging people to defy this law is a way of building
>> opposition to the law.
>> The fund's main activity would be to pay people's fines,
>> but in order to do that, it would have to spread the word about
>> the injustice of this law, and that would also teach the public.
> it makes sense. in sweden, planka.nu and tanka.nu (i think) have
> protested high public transport fees and file-sharing trials by putting up
> the type of insurance suggested above by rms. they've been very efficient
> in spreading their messages.
Here in Spain there is Memetro <http://www.memetro.net/>, portmanteu for
memento and metro (spanish for subway), because you "forgot" to pay,
similar to planka.nu.
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