• Pb

    oh, stop complaining.

  • Pb

    oh, stop complaining.

  • Anarchy Pony

    Well I guess I better learn to live outside the global industrial economy, or get deep into organized crime then, cause ain’t nobody gonna hire if they can all do this crap.

  • Anarchy Pony

    Well I guess I better learn to live outside the global industrial economy, or get deep into organized crime then, cause ain’t nobody gonna hire if they can all do this crap.

  • DeepCough

    Yep, we are all flies caught in the World Wide Web.

  • DeepCough

    Yep, we are all flies caught in the World Wide Web.

  • DeepCough

    Yep, we are all flies caught in the World Wide Web.

  • Kenvallario

    so what?  a lot of bells and whistles, but no real argument or position presented….it’s like information man, like, ceases to be information man…you know…wow…no..not really…

  • Kenvallario

    so what?  a lot of bells and whistles, but no real argument or position presented….it’s like information man, like, ceases to be information man…you know…wow…no..not really…

    • Howl!

      Really, you can’t infer what is being said here?

    • Howl!

      Really, you can’t infer what is being said here?

  • herzmeister

    spread the message that you can also use free and open social networks that respect your privacy, that are owned by no one and run on a decentralized server structure, that means everyone can set up a “pod”. Casual users will join an already existing one.

    You can post public messages, but also restricted ones that will be encrypted and only for you and your friends to see.

    - http://diasporaproject.org/ - has already a lively community of hackers, artists, activists

    - http://friendica.com/ - from a former mozilla (netscape, firefox etc) developer, can also talk to diaspora

    - GNU social: http://foocorp.org/projects/social/

    these are mostly rather online than real life communities for now, but please spread the message, because the network effect is hard to take on!

  • herzmeister

    spread the message that you can also use free and open social networks that respect your privacy, that are owned by no one and run on a decentralized server structure, that means everyone can set up a “pod”. Casual users will join an already existing one.

    You can post public messages, but also restricted ones that will be encrypted and only for you and your friends to see.

    - http://diasporaproject.org/ - has already a lively community of hackers, artists, activists

    - http://friendica.com/ - from a former mozilla (netscape, firefox etc) developer, can also talk to diaspora

    - GNU social: http://foocorp.org/projects/social/

    these are mostly rather online than real life communities for now, but please spread the message, because the network effect is hard to take on!

  • anarcho

    One can feed disinformation (pun intended) into the structure,  masking is a complicated issue – but it is necessary to exchange use so that it forms a tumbler lock effect of interactive participation.  This needs to take place in alternative communication structures,  various hive entities so that any capture of information would merely be a capture of encoded hardware.  Get familiar with Tor and DeSopa. 

  • http://twitter.com/anarcho anarcho

    One can feed disinformation (pun intended) into the structure,  masking is a complicated issue – but it is necessary to exchange use so that it forms a tumbler lock effect of interactive participation.  This needs to take place in alternative communication structures,  various hive entities so that any capture of information would merely be a capture of encoded hardware.  Get familiar with Tor and DeSopa. 

  • BoBaSpoon

    So, with all this… Do not forget to wipe your asshole or if you did, shake hands with the right.

  • BoBaSpoon

    So, with all this… Do not forget to wipe your asshole or if you did, shake hands with the right.

  • Brocksbiz

    That’s only the tip of the iceberg. Some of these people with schizophrenia may not just be paranoid.

  • Brocksbiz

    That’s only the tip of the iceberg. Some of these people with schizophrenia may not just be paranoid.

  • Howl!

    Really, you can’t infer what is being said here?

  • Howl!

    Really, you can’t infer what is being said here?

  • Karl

    I dont get the point. The inferred “feeling” i got by the tone of the guys voice and the clean calculating complexity of the visuals is that this is somehow a bad thing. but how is a “private internet” a bad thing? I obviously like what i like and am not interested in the things that dont interest me. 

    If the effect of the collection and sale of my meta data causes me to be a part of a “private internet” where my search results only pull up things i am interested in and those websites are funded by advertising that i am interested in… how is this bad? and how does information stop being information? I love that these companies are putting me into a demographic and researching what DOES interest me and what COULD interest me. As long as the search results i am not interested in ISN’T somehow blocked or censored from my demographic but merely pushed to the back of the bus, I dont see an issue. As I grow and change my interests so will my demographic. basically no matter what stage of my life i am in, this process serves up the most relevant information to me on a silver plate. Sitting through a feminine douche commercial before a youtube clip is a waste of my time. But sitting through a preview of a new video game or even a lame Axe deodorant commercial is at the very least maybe useful, to me, at some point.

    I love my private internet. and hope that this sector creates even more jobs and personalizes the internet even more accurately.

    ps- I dont work in the data mining or distribution sector, exclusively anyway. we all contribute in our own way. My opinion isnt coming from a professional viewpoint, but a personal one.