Three strikes copyright talks spark fear online
Tuesday, November 10, 2009
By Shane McLeod for The World Today
The Australian Government is sparking fear and loathing online as it negotiates a global treaty on copyright which could see internet users disconnected after three illegal download complaints.
The ‘three strikes and you’re offline’ policy is part of a proposed international treaty on intellectual property and Australia is part of negotiations.
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Rockingham media pick up on the debate that Colin Barnettt doesn’t want.
Thanks to Mark Winter (frostyfae.wordpress.com ) for the heads-up nd his ongoing activism. Also see nouranium.wordpress.com for more info, YouTube video and ways to have your say about the mine that will start at Wiluna next year
Please visit WA’s peak anti-uranium group http://www.anawa.org.au/ and get involved 🙂
Here’s two people talking.
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If anyone has input on providing some visuals, slideshow,etc…we’ll youtube it.
We spoke live, Skype to phone, and the only editing I did was cutting a few seconds where we lost the link and adding a few little things for you.
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More great work here by TechCrunch and some interesting comments at the bottom.
It seems all this frenetic networking is producing results for people, but big numbers don’t always translate fully into meaningful traffic.
Anyone with input or useful info on networking for community activists and avocates please tweet perthtones
Great piece on Blog numbers and metrics questioning the technorati gospel and predicting greater influence of actrvity within Twitter and other social network agents.
Much kudos to Brian SOLIS at TechCrunch
click below for the excellent article
Are Blogs Losing Their Authority To The Statusphere? .