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Father Of WWW Launches Platform Aiming To Radically Decentralize Internet

Father Of World Wide Web Launches Platform Which Aims To Radically Decentralize The Internet



Intends to end the dominance of Facebook, Google, and Amazon, while in the process letting individuals take back control of their own data.

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Note: China is already beginning an effort to split of its own new internet from the WWW internet which is dominated by the USA and globalised corporations.
duh - zombies

Global Corporatist Coup Proceeds As Planned.

(Did Australia cave on Big Pharm?!)


OCT. 5: Trade Officials Announce Conclusion of TPP—Now the Real Fight Begins - !

Trade officials have announced today that they have reached a final deal on the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). Their announcement came after a drawn out round of negotiation in Atlanta, Georgia, which was mainly held up around disagreements over medicine patent rules and tariffs over autos and dairy.

We have no reason to believe that the TPP has improved much at all from the last leaked version released in August, and we won't know until the U.S. Trade Representative releases the text. So as long as it contains a retroactive 20-year copyright term extension, bans on circumventing DRM, massively disproportionate punishments for copyright infringement, and rules that criminalize investigative journalists and whistleblowers, we have to do everything we can to stop this agreement from getting signed, ratified, and put into force.

The fact that close to 800 million Internet users' rights to free expression, privacy, and access to knowledge online hinged upon the outcome of squabbles over trade rules on cars and milk is precisely why digital policy consideration do not belong in trade agreements...
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What Is the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP)?

SENATOR BERNIE SANDERS: THE TRANS-PACIFIC TRADE (TPP) AGREEMENT MUST BE DEFEATED!!

TPP is Not a Trade Deal. TPP is Not a Done Deal!

Wiki: Trans-Pacific Partnership