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Union members and Occupy Wall Street protesters mass near Wall Street, New York, on Oct. 5, 2011. (Photo: Emmanuel Dunand / AFP/ Getty Images) While left-wing dissent may have a long history in the U.S., so too do the impulses of knee-jerk cynicism and contempt for such radical display.
We iscuss gutter oil and gutter debt providing the same toxic function. They also ask whether if snooker table sized properties are being sold in London then should World Snooker champion, Ronnie OSullivan, head the British economy? In the second half, Max interviews journalist and anti-bondholder bailout activist, Diarmuid OFlynn about taking a stance against bailing out unsecured bondholders in Ireland.
When you consider the implications of the Bitcoin blockchain as a Ricardian contract, ideas such as the receipt is the transaction are essentially the same as the map is the territory. As we drill down into the Mandelbrot set that is the semantic web and the internet of things, its like watching a slow motion parade of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse pushing on a Fed wagon while listening to Yogi Berra explain the title of Alan Greenspans new book by telling us how the future of forecasting is history.
Many analyst writers choose the Black Swan analogy to describe deeply ominous events in progress, with little forward notice. The analogy simply does not fit anymore, as an armada of black swans is more appropriate, spotted on regular and frequent sightings. The US financial fortress died in September 2008. The Grand Paradigm Shift is in progress. My sources indicate that 5000 metric tons of Gold bullion moved from London to points East between April and July 2012. The flow eastward never stopped. The pace has continued. The Gold bullion continues to be shipped in enormous staggering volume. The agreements have already been made on the new Gold Trade Settlement system with its newly imposed Gold Trade Standard. They have agreed on a $7000/oz gold price, with a similarly exalted silver price of at least $250/oz. Decisions have been made final. The implementation is slow but steady. The game is over. The King Dollar is dead. Click here for Jim Willies latest: The Game is Over:
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Armenian Freenet (Freenet.am) provides FREE Internet services to promote the development of the information technologies and national information infrastructure in Armenia. Freenet.am provides: FREE E-mail service, FREE Webhosting service & FREE Dial-up access service with national WWW resources availability via proxy service.
Following the best traditions of the Internet, Freenet.am provides FREE services to individuals, as well as non-profit, education and research organisations, State and other institutions. If you decided to join the Freenet.am Community, please complete the Registration form, but do not forget to read the Freenet.am User Agreement.
Freenet.am was created in the framework of United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Armenia Internet Project in 1997. The Internet Project aimed to support the development of Internet and information technologies in Armenia.
At the end of the initial project in 2006, UNDP requested that Internet Society of Armenia (ISOC-AM) take over the management of Freenet.am. ISOC-AM is current manager of Freenet.am. Hosting and technical support for the FreeNet.am is provided by the ASNET-AM, which is the joint structure of laboratories of Institute for Informatics and Automation Problems (IIAP) of the National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Armenia (NAS RA)
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Hiding Your IP Address Using HTTP, CONNECT, CGI/PHP/WEB, SOCKS proxies Anonymous Internet Surfing HOWTO
There are situations in which you may want to visit a site without leaving a trace of the visit. For instance you want to check what’s going on at your competitor’s site. Your visit will generate a record in the log file. Frequent visits will generate many records. Do you want to know what kind of records? See in YOUR REQUEST, YOUR WHOIS RECORD, GEOGRAPHIC LOCATION and MAP, Privacy Analysis of your Internet Connection, Another Privacy Investigation Report, BrowserSpy Info, ShowMyIP – will tell you some scary info about what can be told about your computer via the internet.
Note that these tests are not very sophisticated. A dedicated “snooper” can often learn much more. Once I came across a server that tried to connect to my computer’s disk while I was browsing … that was an exciting experince. You should also remember about things like cookies, hostile applets and java scripts, browser security holes and so on. So why don’t we send someone instead of ourselves? Good idea.
Remember that simple owner of Web server may collect information about requests you had performed in search engines, keywords you had typed, your browser and language, date, time, your operating system, physical and geographical position, pages from which you had clicked links and so on. See below some records generated by our server users (real IPs are slightly changed).. Note that large internet companies such as doubleclick, google, government institutions have tremendous possibilities to collect much more information about you and your behaviour..
Every computer connected to the Internet has a unique identifier called an IP Address. On many networks, the IP Address of a computer is always the same. On other networks, a random IP Address is assigned each time a computer connects to the network. This is what we are referring to when we ask if you have a static or a dynamic IP Address. If a system uses dynamic addressing, the IP can change quite often. Look into REMOTE_ADDR row in THIS LINK to determing your current IP Address.
One can surf anonymously and easy with the help of a nice services called CGI/Web proxies. Simply type a URL you want to visit — the Page does the job for you, selecting random CGI/Web proxy from a hundreds of available services, securing you from many potential dangers. When you follow a link on a page viewed via CGI proxy you get there via the this proxy again, so you don’t have to type a new URL.
CGI/Web proxy has two more nice features. Firstly, there are WWW sites that are inaccessible from one place, but easily accessible from another. Once I was trying to load a page located in Australia for 20 minutes, all in vain. Using CGI/Web proxies immediately solved the problem. Secondly, there are certain sites that give you information depending on where you are “calling” from. Let’s take an example. I was at Encyclopedia Britannica site, trying to check the price for their products. Clicking on Order Information button gave me the list of Britannica’s dealers all over the world, no price info. Going to the same place via the Anonymizer led me to a different page, where I found the price list. As it turned out the local dealer’s price for Encyclopedia Britannica CD was several times higher than the one at which it’s sold in USA. Good savings!
Some CGI/Web proxies are able to encrypt URLs (uniform resource locator) in a way that these can be used as reference for a server. If a request with an encrypted URL occurs, they are able to decrypt the URL and forward it to the server, without enabling the user to get knowledge about the server address. All references in the servers response are again encrypted before the response is forwarded to the client.
Some CGI/Web proxies are able to use secure HTTPS protocol for exchanging data between proxy and your computer, even if original server is not secure. This option excluding possiblility to sniff a data flow between your computer and this proxy is very useful in some cases, for example, when you are forced to work in possibly scanned/sniffed insecure public network.
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Access to Connectivity
Have you ever thought that many people are completely disconnected from the web? How is your connection? It is fast and cheap? Not? Tell us your story!
Network neutrality is a technical principle, which seems far from our reality. But without it operators can establish “bit tolls” and segment the Internet, accessed like a cable subscription!
Increasingly, copyright protections have limited access to knowledge in the web. And authors are definitely not benefiting from it. Have you ever wanted to access important information and couldn’t?
While governments push for more surveillance and corporations establish practices of censorship, how free are we really to express ourselves online?
In an era where data storage is easy and cheap, and where sharing and following have changed their meanings. Who is following you?
Freenet is a peer-to-peer platform for censorship-resistant communication. It uses a decentralized distributed data store to store information, and has a suite of free software for working with this data store. Both Freenet and some of its associated tools were originally designed by Ian Clarke, who defines Freenet’s goal as providing freedom of speech with strong anonymity protection.
Freenet works by storing small encrypted snippets of content distributed on the computers of its users and connecting only through intermediate computers which pass on requests for content and sending them back without knowing the contents of the full file, similar to how routers on the Internet route packets without knowing anything about filesexcept with caching, a layer of strong encryption, and without reliance on centralized structures. This allows users to publish anonymously or retrieve various kinds of information. Freenet has been under continuous development since 2000.
Since Version 0.7 (2008), it offers two modes of operation: a darknet mode in which it connects only to friends, and an opennet-mode in which it connects to any other Freenet user. Both modes can be used together. When a user changes to pure darknet operation, Freenet becomes very difficult to detect from the outside. The transport layer created for the darknet mode allows communication over restricted routes as commonly found in mesh networks, as long as these connections follow a small-world structure.
The distributed datastore of Freenet is used by many third-party programs and plugins to provide microblogging and media sharing, anonymous, decentralised version tracking, blogging, a generic Web of trust for decentralized spam resistance, Shoeshop for using Freenet over Sneakernet, and many more.
Freenet has always been free software, but for most of its history it required users to install non-free Java software. In 2011, this problem was solved and Freenet can now also work with the free OpenJDK Java system.
Freenet is different from most other peer-to-peer applications, both in how users interact with it and in the security it offers. It separates the underlying network structure and protocol from how users interact with the network; as a result, there are a variety of ways to access content on the Freenet network. The simplest is via FProxy, which is integrated with the node software and provides a web interface to content on the network. Using FProxy, a user can browse freesites (websites that use normal HTML and related tools, but whose content is stored within Freenet rather than on a traditional web server). The web interface is also used for most configuration and node management tasks. Through the use of separate applications or plugins loaded into the node software, users can interact with the network in other ways, such as forums similar to web forums or Usenet or interfaces more similar to traditional p2p “filesharing” interfaces.
While Freenet provides an HTTP interface for browsing freesites, it is not a proxy for the World Wide Web; Freenet can only be used to access content that has been previously inserted into the Freenet network. In this way, it is more similar to Tor’s hidden services than to anonymous proxy software like Tor’s proxy.
Freenet’s focus lies on Free speech and anonymity. Because of that, Freenet acts different at certain points that are (direct or indirect) related to the anonymity part. Freenet attempts to protect the anonymity of both people inserting data into the network (uploading) and those retrieving data from the network (downloading). Unlike file sharing systems, there is no need for the uploader to remain on the network after uploading a file or group of files. Instead, during the upload process, the files are broken into chunks and stored on a variety of other computers on the network. When downloading, those chunks are found and reassembled. Every node on the Freenet network contributes storage space to hold files, and bandwidth that it uses to route requests from its peers.
As a direct result of the anonymity requirements, the node requesting a datum does not normally connect directly to the node that has it; instead, the datum is routed across several intermediaries, none of which know which node requested the datum or which one had it. As a result, the total bandwidth required by the network to transfer a file is higher than in other systems, which can result in slower transfers, especially for unpopular content.
Since Version 0.7, Freenet offers two different levels of security: Opennet and Darknet. With Opennet, users connect to arbitrary other users. With Darknet, users connect only to “friends” with whom they previously exchanged Public Keys, named node-references. Both modes can be used together.
Globalization (or globalisation) is the process of international integration arising from the interchange of world views, products, ideas, and other aspects of culture. Advances in transportation and telecommunications infrastructure, including the rise of the telegraph and its posterity the Internet, are major factors in globalization, generating further interdependence of economic and cultural activities.
Though several scholars place the origins of globalization in modern times, others trace its history long before the European age of discovery and voyages to the New World. Some even trace the origins to the third millennium BCE. In the late 19th century and early 20th century, the connectedness of the world’s economies and cultures grew very quickly.
The term globalization has been in increasing use since the mid-1980s and especially since the mid-1990s. In 2000, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) identified four basic aspects of globalization: trade and transactions, capital and investment movements, migration and movement of people and the dissemination of knowledge. Further, environmental challenges such as climate change, cross-boundary water, air pollution, and over-fishing of the ocean are linked with globalization. Globalizing processes affect and are affected by business and work organization, economics, socio-cultural resources, and the natural environment.
Humans have interacted over long distances for thousands of years. The overland Silk Road that connected Asia, Africa, and Europe is a good example of the transformative power of translocal exchange that existed in the “Old World”. Philosophy, religion, language, the arts, and other aspects of culture spread and mixed as nations exchanged products and ideas. In the 15th and 16th centuries, Europeans made important discoveries in their exploration of the oceans, including the start of transatlantic travel to the “New World” of the Americas. Global movement of people, goods, and ideas expanded significantly in the following centuries. Early in the 19th century, the development of new forms of transportation (such as the steamship and railroads) and telecommunications that “compressed” time and space allowed for increasingly rapid rates of global interchange. In the 20th century, road vehicles, intermodal transport, and airlines made transportation even faster. The advent of electronic communications, most notably mobile phones and the Internet, connected billions of people in new ways by the year 2010.
The term globalization is derived from the word globalize, which refers to the emergence of an international network of social and economic systems. One of the earliest known usages of the term as a noun was in a 1930 publication entitled, Towards New Education, where it denoted a holistic view of human experience in education. A related term, corporate giants, was coined by Charles Taze Russell in 1897 to refer to the largely national trusts and other large enterprises of the time. By the 1960s, both terms began to be used as synonyms by economists and other social scientists. It then reached the mainstream press in the later half of the 1980s. Since its inception, the concept of globalization has inspired competing definitions and interpretations, with antecedents dating back to the great movements of trade and empire across Asia and the Indian Ocean from the 15th century onwards. Due to the complexity of the concept, research projects, articles, and discussions often remain focused on a single aspect of globalization.
Roland Robertson, professor of sociology at University of Aberdeen, an early writer in the field, defined globalization in 1992 as:
…the compression of the world and the intensification of the consciousness of the world as a whole.
Sociologists Martin Albrow and Elizabeth King define globalization as:
…all those processes by which the peoples of the world are incorporated into a single world society.
In The Consequences of Modernity, Anthony Giddens uses the following definition:
The Occupy movement is an international protest movement against social and economic inequality, its primary goal being to make the economic and political relations in all societies less vertically hierarchical and more flatly distributed. Local groups often have different foci, but among the movement’s prime concerns is the belief that large corporations and the global financial system control the world in a way that disproportionately benefits a minority, undermines democracy and is unstable. The first Occupy protest to receive widespread attention was Occupy Wall Street in New York City’s Zuccotti Park, which began on 17 September 2011
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This article is about the protests in New York City. For the wider movement, see Occupy movement. Occupy Wall Street Part of the Occupy movement Adbusters poster advertising the original protest Zuccotti Park Other activity in NYC: Occupy Wall Street (OWS) is the name given to a protest movement that began on September 17, 2011, in Zuccotti Park, located in New York City’s Wall Street financial district