[disinfo ed.’s note: Kosta Grammatis is working with disinformation friend and collaborator Rob Spence on his infamous Eyeborg project.]
Discovery News reports:
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Despite the fact that you’re reading this now on your computer and/or have an iPhone or a some other smart phone that allows you web access day and night, 7 out 10 people around the world have no access to the Internet. That’s about 5 billion people, according to the charity group, A Human Right, whose mission is “to improve the human condition by advocating for and safeguarding global access to information as a human right.”
To address the discrepancy, founder Kosta Grammatis wants to buy a TerreStar-1 communications satellite from TerreStar, which filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy in 2010.
The effort is called Buy This Satellite and it has 3 phases: In phase 1, the group wants to raise US $150,000 in order to finalize a business plan, get legally organized to submit a bid for the satellite, and hire engineers.