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Berliners! Join us!

* Today:
18:00 - Fuck Off Google: Not a Good Neighbor - SomoS Gallery Kottbusser Damm 95.

* Tomorrow:
15:00 - Anti-Google café face2face - Kalabal!k, Reichenberger 63a.

19:00 - Solidarity cocktail-party, discussion and info night - Meuterei, Reichenberger 58.

wiki.fuckoffgoogle.de/index.ph

#FuckOffGoogle #Berlin #Kreuzberg #Google #GoogleCampus

Hey #Berlin!

Updated list of events against #Google, its world, and a "Google campus" in #Kreuzberg:

wiki.fuckoffgoogle.de/index.ph

* Fri. 21st - 18:00 - Fuck Off Google: Not a Good Neighbor - SomoS Gallery Kottbusser Damm 95.

* Sat. 22nd - 15:00 - Anti-Google café face2face - Kalabal!k, Reichenberger 63a.

* Sat. 22nd - 19:00 - FuckOffGoogle party and info night - Meuterei, Reichenberger 58.

* Fri. 5th Oct - 18:00 - "Noise against Google" around the Umspannwerk.

#FuckOffGoogle #DecentralizeAll

RT @alainmi11@twitter.com: « Bye bye , hello ! »
- Quel est le problème avec Twitter ?
- Pourquoi utiliser Mastodon et pas un autre réseau social nouveau ?
framablog.org/2018/09/17/bye-b

Meanwhile, the EU has voted to kill the Internet as we know it and possibly aid in creating an even bigger surveillance machine in the process.

Civil disobedience is the way forward on this one. We redouble our efforts to create decentralised alternatives and if they’re deemed illegal by this myopic legislation, so be it. Fuck ’em. We go to jail if we need to.

If you had any illusions that the battle for personhood and human rights would be easier in our age, think again.

#article13

Now, let's organize ourselves to be immune to EU censorship legislation pretty much like Bayer/Monsanto is avoiding EU environmental rules, the banks circumvent EU financial regulations and Facebook/Google ignore EU privacy laws.

Let's face it: People's campaigns to combat seemed weak, uninventive ("Save the internet as usual..."), and relied on way too much of Google's resources (C4C). At same time industry deployed super-stars and trapped media/press into following them through ...

next steps:

* EU: re-purpose upload filters to censor "extremism", "terrorism". how about criticism too, while we're at it?

* The People: invest resources in decentralized technology resilient to censorship. Sanction the industries who pushed for this disaster. Inform.

The basically just sold missions of police and justice (with high impact on fundamental freedoms: expression, privacy, participation in culture) to US Internet giants (Google, Facebook, etc.), under pressure by US copyright giants. What a bunch of corrupt idiots!

mandating corporate censorship of the Internet adopted. Who would have thought the would turn fascist *before* the next elections?

Bon démontage de la propagande des ayant-droits et éditeurs à propos de la directive Copyright. Ce sont les ayant-droits et éditeurs qui sont les copains/complices des GAFA liberation.fr/france/2018/09/1

Letting Google and such +Copyright industry decide of what is infringing instead of a judge, amounts to let Monsanto decide what plants should grow, or McDonalds and CocaCola what kids should be eating. Is gonna renounce its powers and values?

Seriously discouraged by the mobilization online about : obscure copy-pasted tweets, calls to sign a bloody petition (when it should be clear for everyone by now that they are useless) one hour before the vote.. not so many calls to direct/inventive/diverse action....

On other side industry captured the press with (very clever) and rolled out the biggest propaganda machine ever...

Doesn't smell good.

The only positive aspect I would see about the adoption of is the obvious boost it would give to the development and advance of decentralized technologies -where upload filter won't exist-. go , , , etc.!

If censorship is adopted I will:

* boycott products from industries who pushed it;
* violate their copyright as political gesture of civil disobedience;
* dedicate resources to decentralized means of circumvention;
* convince 10 friends to do the same.

RT if u too!

: Missions of surveillance, investigation and sanctions restricting fundamental freedoms (expression & participation to culture,..) camouflaged as mere "technical measures" handed out to private -mostly US- companies. Why? because some -mostly US- companies want it!