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The World's First Website Went Online 25 Years Ago Today - Telegraph
Science & Tech  (tags: world wide web, computers, freedom, net neutrality )

- 217 days ago -
Can't we just fix this problem for good? That became 'Can't we convert every information system so that it looks like part of some imaginary information system which everyone can read?' And that became the World Wide Web. <br /> Tod
Recycle Your Old Cell Phone and Give Trafficking Survivors a Lifeline
Science & Tech  (tags: cell phones, comunication, Human Trafficking, slavery, sexual slaves, help, freedom, Phones for Freedom, abolition, Amanda Kloer )

- 2364 days ago -
That old phone that's been lying in a drawer since you upgraded could be a lifeline for a human trafficking victim in Nepal or an invaluable resource for a shelter in Vietnam.
Why Google Matters to China
Science & Tech  (tags: Internet, Google, China, Human Rights, freedom )

- 2407 days ago -
The possibility that Google will no longer operate in China because of alleged government censorship is a source of great concern to bloggers, human-rights activists, academics and ordinary Web users, who fear their country will become further isolated
Comcast Appeals FCC Decision
Science & Tech  (tags: computers, technology, Comcast, internet police, internet laws, freedom )

- 2965 days ago -
Despite iron-clad evidence of wrongdoing and a bipartisan majority vote at the Federal Communications Commission, Comcast is appealing the FCC's landmark order to stop the company from blocking Internet content.
Sounds of Freedom - DNA - Nightfall Project   video
Science & Tech  (tags: NWO, Annunaki, Nephilim, illuminati, DNA, Freedom, genetic, manipulation, nightfall, project, federal, government, grassroots )

- 3044 days ago -
Music is a magical invocation, aligning you with new multidimensional sources of information. Keys that have been waiting for thousands of years to be activated.
HOWTO Kill/Block An RFID
Science & Tech  (tags: RFID, Big Brother, Surveillance, Privacy Rights, Intrusion, Freedoms, Freedom, Corporate rule, Corrupt Government, Homeland Security, computers, NewTechnology, world, society )

- 3095 days ago -
-The last (and most covert) method for destroying a RFID tag is to hit it with a hammer. Just pick up any ordinary hammer and give the chip a few swift hard whacks. Inspired by the forthcoming novel 'Little Brother.'

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