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Keiser Report: Let's Encrypt the Internet! (E548 ft. Kim Dotcom)
In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss the word 'because,' the humble conjunction which exploded with new grammatical po….
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FlushTheTPP.org is an action campaign to Stop the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). We invite you to join us. In order to stop the TPP we need to act quickly and in solidarity with people in other countries. This massive trade agreement is a high priority for transnational corporations, and they are working fast to make it law.
The TPP affects many issues, including workers rights and wages, environmental collapse and climate change, sovereignty of nations and democratic rule of law, Internet freedom and online creativity, food safety and agriculture, healthcare and financial regulation (including controls over the flow of capital), and much more. For a quick overview of some of the issues, click through the slides on our home page. While this website is focused on action to stop the TPP, if you want to learn more details about what it is, visit the websites to the right, or check out this list of articles.
Many groups have been working to stop the TPP for a long time, including a number of fair trade coalitions, labor and environmental organizations, and others. (Check out the North American Unity Statement, and add your organization to the list of endorsers.) PopularResistance.org joined the movement to oppose the TPP and worked with some of these groups to develop this campaign. FlushTheTPP.org is set up so anyone can get involved. Here is the current plan:
Phase I: Throughout the summer, the goal is to educate and mobilize people. The TPP has been negotiated in secret for three years, so very few people know much about it. We start with #TPPTuesdays, weekly actions to draw attention to the trade agreement. It will be up to people around the country to decide what works best for their local area or organization. And while there is power in acting on the same day every week, actions and educational events are certainly not limited to Tuesdays. The goal is to be visible and to educate. See the Actions and Tools pages for more information.
Phase II: In August during the recess, we switch focus to influencing members of Congress. We have two goals with members (1) Require the contents of the TPP be made available to the public. As former US Trade Representative Ron Kirk said, if the contents of this agreement were known it could not be signed because it would be so unpopular. (2) Stop Fast Track so Congress can hold hearings, hear witnesses and suggest amendments before the president signs the agreement. Suggested actions include bird-dogging officials at public events and rallies at their district offices.
Phase III: Defeat the TPP with major actions at the last round of negotiations (site TBA) and in Washington, DC as well as in home districts. When a major action occurs, people will be encouraged to hold solidarity actions.
There is a lot of flexibility in this strategy. Different groups can develop unique tactics that work for them. The important thing is that by having a common goal (to stop the TPP) and a shared strategic framework, we can all can work together in solidarity.
People now have enough experience with treaties like NAFTA to know that it is bad for the economy, bad for workers and bad for the environment. The only groups helped by these trade agreements are big transnational corporations who get cheap labor, avoid environmental regulations and secure cheap access to resources.
Since the Battle in Seattle, the World Trade Organization has had an impossible time moving forward, as was seen in the failure of the Millennial and Doha Rounds of the WTO. We also stopped the Free Trade Area of the Americas and the Multilateral Agreement on Investment. And at least 14 other corporate trade agreements have not been completed because of widespread public opposition. This is hopeful news, and together we can stop the TPP also, which will be a tremendous victory for the people against transnational corporate power!
Please sign the pledge to flush the TPP!
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In this Jan. 14, 2014, file photo, Charter Communications CEO Thomas Rutledge is interviewed on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange in New York. LOS ANGELES When you buy a TV, sales clerks often pitch you on “future proofing” your set.
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This is a guest post by Julia Powles, who researches and writes on law, science and technology at the University of Cambridge.
One of the great things about the architecture of the internet is that it is truly decentralised. By design, no one rules it and everyone can use it. But in the last two decades, a small collection of global technology companies have come to control the bulk of internet traffic. Google, Facebook, and others have captured our attention and with it, our data. In the face of such consolidation, concerns about the implications for personal privacy and security have never been more pressing. This is particularly the case following the NSA/GCHQ global surveillance revelations. For many, the solution to this situation is to return the internet to its original state — distributed, open, and decentralised.
Last week’s announcement of Bitcloud, a theoretical peer-to-peer network project that bypasses centralised servers and uses individual devices as secure nodes for routing and distributing network traffic captured significant media attention. It is certainly not the first time that the idea of a peer-to-peer redesign of the whole internet has been vaunted, and it holds great appeal to those who think end-to-end encryption is needed. But such a system, workable at scale, is still just a thought experiment. Or is it?
A Scottish company, MaidSafe, claims that it has nearly finished building a system that does what Bitcloud is proposing. You can imagine our scepticism when a company we’ve never heard of, in the tiny town of Troon, with a terrible name and a 12-minute promotional video told me it had solved one of the most compelling problems on the internet. I decided to talk to them. “Do they even have the internet in Troon?” a friend asked. “Yeah”, I responded, “maybe even the future of the internet”.
You be the judge. Here’s what I have translated from the team of exuberant programmers who have been deep in code, deep in Scotland, for the past eight years, and are about to emerge from development to launch.
MaidSafe is a 16-person outfit working on a self-organising, distributed, server-free peer-to-peer network. Founder David Irvine has previously designed and run massive private data networks in Saudi Arabia and worked as a software engineer and serial entrepreneur. He started the company out of a belief that the current system for securing data is intrinsically vulnerable, since it depends inherently on trust in intermediaries. With relentless zeal and backed by nearly 3m in continuous private and angel investment, he’s tracked down experts studying complex self-organising natural systems– anything from ant colonies to neural networks — as inspiration for a dramatically different network.
Unlike other cloud offerings, which utilise huge centralised data centres, this network utilises the combined resources of individual connected devices. Data are maintained in a fragmented state without accompanying metadata, and can only be restored with personal user keys. Irvine likens using the system to smashing a chair into millions of fragments and spreading them across all the planet’s beaches. You’d never be able to find all those fragments and reassemble the chair, or to identify any meaningful information from a single piece. The only one who knows where all the pieces are is the individual user who scattered them in the first place. Similarly, in MaidSafe’s system, only the individual user possesses the login that locates all the data fragments stored on the network. This differs from any centralised system where the physical location of data is known and, as a result, vulnerable. It all depends on what you think is safer: sitting at home under a giant padlock; or milling around anonymously on open beaches, your possessions and identifying features strewn under scattered sandcastles.
The company has done a lot of modelling and testing on its full-scale network and claims it is near ready for launch on the back of early consumer products such as Surefile (an application that secures files stored on cloud providers such as Dropbox) and LifeStuff (free storage for all your data). The engineers are quick to reassure that the system has multiple levels of protection to prevent data loss and that it performs constant integrity checks to ensure that suspicious intervention is immediately controlled. In addition to robust security, it is a system that allegedly gets faster with use, contrary to experience with server-client models. As an example, in trial tests conducted for the NHS ( which could do with a secure network), a MaidSafe enabled box to store DICOM images (x-rays, MRI scans, etc) was apparently able to reduce disk space requirements by 48 percent while operating at the same speed.
The company, which to date has been championed only in the developer community, aims for openness in everything it does, from code and development to corporate structure — perhaps the only way to be, when you are proposing something radical. Further, the business model is designed to be complementary to existing players (Facebook, Dropbox, Skype, etc), to offer greater efficiency of service, but with complete user privacy and control. So how do they intend to make money? How is this possible? What MaidSafe offers is a frictionless start-up platform to any developer — any product available on the internet can run on this system, in any data format. Once products built on the platform turn a profit, MaidSafe will take a small cut, following the App Store model. Presumably the hope is that a user demand for privacy combined with a commercial imperative for speed and efficiency will ensure a licensing stream that eventually makes the company profitable. But overall, it seems that the team is primarily motivated by the vision that the internet could be a much more secure and effective ecosystem, and that the infrastructure already exists to make this possible.
There have been countless other projects aiming to re-decentralise aspects of internet services, but perhaps none quite as extensive as this. One obvious comparison is Diaspora, a social network project launched in 2010 in response to the initial wave of Facebook privacy woes. Like MaidSafe, it involves users jumping across to an alternative distributed network — a jump too far for many. Disapora attracted some degree of funding, but it has failed to capture its audience. The same challenges exist for MaidSafe; though it is better prepared in terms of technical foundations, with many years of coding backed by a well-considered patent portfolio and a strong commercial outlook. It seems that the past eight years have been motivated by the philosophy of “build it and they will come”. But the next stages will be all about selling. Simple setup and ease-of-use will be essential. Abstract technology rooted in the brains of network engineers will need to be carefully pitched to stimulate developers’ ingenuity and the creation of enticing applications for users.
By TERRY COLLINS Associated Press SAN FRANCISCO (AP) – The family of a 6-year-old girl killed while in a San Francisco crosswalk on New Year’s Eve has filed a wrongful-death lawsuit Monday against the Internet ride-sharing service company Uber. The lawsuit filed in San Francisco Superior Court on behalf of Sofia Liu claims that Uber and its driver at the time, Syed Muzaffar, are responsible for the girl’s death, the girl’s family attorney, Christopher Dolan, said Monday. Dolan believes it is the first wrongful-death lawsuit of its kind against the company
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Development of a Java application designed to allow the free flow of information and ideas on the Internet without fear of censorship of any kind.
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