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  • How sex censorship killed the internet we love

    The prude Americans did it! They successfully removed all the "smudge" from the Internet! 🎉 Of course, they didn't really clean it up and got rid of all the "filth". They just swept it under the rug. Couldn't have any side-effects, could it?

    Stories with the word "porn" in them are important because they're about censorship, sexual health, business trends, sex work, politics, gender and women. They're about people.

    Oh well.. 🤷🏻‍♂️

    → February 1, 2019 2:35 PM

  • Paul Miller, talking about his year offline and what he experienced when he “reconnected” with the Internet and Social Media.

    → October 16, 2017 11:22 PM

  • Expiring tweets

    March 13, 2016

    John O’Nolan wrote an interesting article about how care-free the early use of Twitter was and how much it became kind of a burden in recent days.As Twitter grew, it changed from a public place where ad-hoc discussions around subjects happened, to a public place which represents your…

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  • We love surveillance

    January 4, 2015

    The English version of Alexander Lehmann’s short film ‘We love surveillance’ has premiered on the 31C3. Seven reasons why we love surveillance, and why you should also love it! (German version)Download:31C3 Media Servers…

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  • 31C3 Talks

    December 31, 2014

    Every year between Christmas and New Year the CCC is organizing the biggest hacker conference in Europe1. This year is no exception, and so again the CCH in Hamburg2 attracted a huge creative and technical savvy crowd.These are my favourite talks this year and I recommend watching them:Attacks…

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  • Youtube killed the TV Star

    October 12, 2013

    Das sich die Fernseh- & Medienlandschaft in den naechsten Jahren und Jahrzehnten aendern wird, ist mir bereits seit einigen Jahren klar. Seit Aufkommen des Internets und der Digitalisierung von Inhalten Anfang der 2000er Jahre ist mir klar, dass der Verbreitungsweg in der Zukunft nur noch zweitrangig sein wird.Die klassischen…

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