Infoshop’s News Kiosk has discovered that the Italian newsmagazine Panorama has identified anarchist and Indymedia websites as aids to terrorists, including Infoshop.org and Indymedia.org. Chuck0 sizes things up pretty accurately: “This article would be pretty amusing, if it wasn’t for the long history of the media’s practice of defaming, lying, and misrepresenting radical groups. It […]
Archive | August, 2002
And when thinking becomes illegal, all but the stupid will become criminals… News.com reports that the Dept. of Justice is prepared to begin prosecuting people using peer-to-peer networks to swap copyrighted material, like music, movies and software. Apparently, the DOJ intends to use a little-known law called the NET Act, that says ” it is […]
Aj “Low Hug” Michel now has a blog — A Low Hug ‘Blog. Listen to her latest zine review segment on the radio show — it’s all about mini-comix!
Court Decides To Listen to Citizens in ReplayTV Case Per ZDNet News: ” U.S. District Court Judge Florence-Marie Cooper granted permission to combine a copyright lawsuit filed by the Electronic Frontier Foundation on behalf of the device owners and one filed by consumer electronics manufacturer Sonicblue, maker of ReplayTV….according to the judge’s ruling, the question […]
Zine & Comix Info for the 8-16-02 edition of the mediageek radio show My guest A.j. Michel reviewed a pile of mini-comix and zines on the mediageek radio show. Click here for a page full of info and examples on these publications.