Episode 262 - Solutions: Pirate Internet

03/16/201313 Comments

From SOPA and PIPA to ACTA to CISPA to the TPP and now back to CISPA, internet activists have been caught up in a deliberately bewildering game of whack-a-mole with freedom-crushing legislation. Now, ISPs are doing an end run around the whole legislative process altogether and voluntarily collaborating with the entertainment industry to spy on their own customers. All of this is enough to leave concerned netizens demoralized, and in the war of attrition that is exactly the goal. Join us today on The Corbett Report as we explore a real, grassroots, alternative solution to the problem of internet censorhip that can help to end this government/corporate control over our communication once and for all.

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Time Reference: 01:12


Understanding SOPA/PIPA & Why You Should Be Concerned
Time Reference: 02:13


SOPA/PIPA Strike First of its Kind
Time Reference: 02:39


Aaron Swartz: How We Stopped SOPA
Time Reference: 03:03


SOPA and PIPA Shelved, For Now
Time Reference: 03:43


Say No To ACTA
Time Reference: 04:42


ACTA anger: Protesters hopeful as official resigns
Time Reference: 05:27


European Parliament rejects ACTA
Time Reference: 06:13


CISPA: What You Need to Know
Time Reference: 07:23


Everything You Need to Know About CISPA
Time Reference: 07:53


Cybersecurity Act fails in the Senate: Will Obama move it forward?
Time Reference: 08:28


The 2013 State of the Union Address (Enhanced Version)
Time Reference: 09:15


CISPA cyber bill resurrected in Congress
Time Reference: 10:29


34 Civil Liberties Groups Speak Out Against CISPA in Lead Up to Hearings
Time Reference: 11:06


Corporate Lobbying Offers Best ROI
Time Reference: 13:24


Six Strikes (New World Next Week)
Time Reference: 14:13


Cyberattack Identified as Top U.S. Threat
Time Reference: 18:49


Banks Cyber-attacked - by Iran?
Time Reference: 19:08


At Cyber War: How Chinese Hackers Spy on You
Time Reference: 19:23


The government has an "iPatriot Act" ready for Internet control
Time Reference: 21:03


Jack Blood on Pirate Internet
Time Reference: 22:51


Reporters' Roundtable Ep. 126: Mesh Networks
Time Reference: 30:40


Time Reference: 40:02


Decentralizing Telecom
Time Reference: 40:43


Project Byzantium
Time Reference: 43:45


Lil Sokz - Anti-SOPA Rap Song (CISPA)
Time Reference: 48:46

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  1. Gypster says:

    Hi James,

    Regarding Wireless Mesh Network security (someone gave this link to me when I mentioned Mesh Networking as an alternative to the ‘Net… thought I’d share it).


  2. herrqlys says:

    I was very interested in the guy CNet was interviewing at 31:30 because he was very articulate and extremely knowledgeable about wifi and mesh technology. It became a very convoluted search to find out more about him. The CNet website no longer carries this video.

    Eventually I sussed out the following:
    Devabhaktuni (Sri) Srikrishna
    the founding (2000) Chief Technology Officer for Tropos Networks, Inc.
    He had left Tropos sometime before this CNet interview.

    Tropos Networks Inc. builds large scale wireless networks to communicate with fixed and mobile assets, as well as mobile workers, in the field.

    Tropos Networks Inc. was acquired in June 2012 by publicly traded ABB Group, a Swedish-Swiss multinational technology company, headquartered in Zurich.

  3. herrqlys says:

    Wireless Mesh Network Introduction
    (stop at 21:07 because it’s sponsor videos after that)


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