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Hypocricy in Hollywood // #piracy #lobbyism

Paralegal has made this brilliant infographic highlighting the hypocricy in the movie industry when it comes to piracy. One of the things worth noticing the most is how their most profitable source of income – box office sales – are continuing to grow, but still they are spending over 120 million dollars annually (equal to […]

The ACTA threat to the Internets // #acta #freedom

The magnificent¬†La Quadrature du Net – an¬†advocacy group that promotes the rights and freedoms of citizens on the Internet – has just released three videos to inform Europeans about the ACTA agreement that is currently being lobbied in the EU Parliament. ACTA is presented as a trade agreement, but is in fact a threat to […]

Support and sign the ACTA-declaration from EFF! #eff #acta

I do not normally endorse causes with so little subtlety as in the headline above, but in this case I urge everyone to sign the petition to support the ACTA-declaration by EFF, the Electronic Frontier Foundation. Read why here (please do!) and sign here.

Big Content’s war on democracy / #acta

We’ve probably all been following the ACTA-case with our breath held back to some extent (if you haven’t really been paying close attention, check out this great video – it’s 40 minutes, but really worth it). In this post I will not deal with the ACTA details themselves, but rather point the attention towards one […]

European parliament rejects ACTA in massive 633 to 13 vote

Euractiv writes, “The European Parliament defied the EU executive today (10 March), casting a vote against an agreement between the EU, the US and other major powers on combating online piracy and threatening to take legal action at the European Court of Justice. An overwhelming majority of MEPs (663 in favour and 13 against) today […]

Danish activists demand to know why their governments block ACTA transparency

My friend Henrik (@moltke) was on Danish national tv a couple of days ago (see video below) to talk about the major concern of open Internet proponent communities across the globe towards the closed nature of the ACTA (Anti-Countergeiting Trade Agreement) negotiations taking place right now – a measure lead by among other the Danish […]

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