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  1. Breitband - Hacking in the Rain

    Es ist vermutlich die größte Ansammlung von Computercracks im Camping-Format – und Anlass einer Breitband-Sondersendung: Auf dem ehemaligen DDR – Militärflughafen in Finowfurt, 40 Minuten nördlich von Berlin, treffen sich noch bis mindestens Sonntag über 3500 Menschen zum vierjährlichen Chaos Communication Camp.

    Das Hacker-Zeltlager ist legendär für seine farbenfrohen Kunstinstallationen, seine Expertenvorträge in alten Flugzeughangars, seine aufwändige Kabelage (die sogenannten “Datenklos” verbinden fast jeden Netzwerkkabel-Besitzer mit dem Internet) und Funkwellendichte (WLAN, GSM, DECT, Kurzwelle, RFID, UKW-Radiostation und evtl Satelliten-Uplink) und nicht zuletzt für bekannte Neuentwicklungen und Hacks, die von Finowfurt die Welt erobern. Beim letzten Camp vor vier Jahren waren die Quadrocopter das große Ding, mittlerweile sind diese fernsteuerbaren Flach-Flugzeuge allerorten. Das 2011er-Camp könnte für die große Weltrauminitative in die Geschichte eingehen – wenn nicht für das erstmals errichtete private Handynetz oder die extrem durchwachsenen Regen-Sturm-Wetterverhältnisse.

    Außerdem bietet der Chaos Communication Camp seinen überwiegend männlichen Besuchern die Gelegenheit, sich auch mal analog kennenzulernen, Informationen und Dateien auszutauschen und abends zu lauten Technobeats im Nebelmaschinen-Dunst die Beschallungs-Technik zu bewundern und ins Keyboard zu hauen anstatt den Körper locker im Rhythmus zu bewegen.

    Vom Lulzsec-Blackhat-Hacker aus den USA bis zum anständigen Systemadministrator aus dem bayerischen Dingolfing ist wohl jede Hacker-Szene vertreten – und so hat auch Breitband eine Reportertruppe nach Finowfurt entsandt. Philip Banse, Christian Grasse und Moritz Metz haben die Gummistiefel angelegt und berichten in einer podcastesken live-on-Tape-Sondersendung ausführlich vom Chaos Communication Camp 2011 – Freitag im Web und Samstag im Radio.

    Darin besuchen wir unter anderem den Hacker on a plane Nick Farr, Weltraumfahrer Jens Ohlig, Open-Leaks-Frontmann Daniel Domscheit-Berg, GSM-Crack und “Super-Hacker“ Karsten Nohl, Hackerspace-Guru Mitch Altman und den r0ket-Entwickler Stefan “Sec” Zehl.

    —Huffduffed by chrib 2 years ago

  2. Wikileaks, the Web, and the Long, Strange Journey of Journalism

    Is it morally correct for the US to pursue prosecution of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange? Is alleged leaker of military documents Bradley Manning a hero or a traitor? And what do Wikileaks and the Internet mean to the future of journalism? James Moore, the New York Times bestselling author of "Bush’s Brain," is joined by technologist Ben Werdmuller from the UK, the creator of one of the web’s early social networking platforms, and KRLD Dallas radio host Scott Braddock, to discuss "Wikileaks, the Web, and the Long, Strange Journey of Journalism." Moore will lead the panel by arguing that Assange and Manning are heroic figures and ought to be honored in a culture that requires information to sustain a democracy. Werdmuller will offer his insight on the Internet’s long term reach and impact with regard to information, systems, and public access to data that was previously unavailable, and Braddock will articulate the perspective that Assange and Manning have done harm to America and its allies and need to be treated as people who have acted outside of the law. Audience participation and questions will be encouraged.

    http://schedule.sxsw.com/events/event_IAP000416

    —Huffduffed by adactio 3 years ago

  3. WikiLeaks Podcast : Left Ahead

    http://www.leftahead.com/?p=439

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    —Huffduffed by papei 3 years ago

  4. The New Yorker: NO SECRETS Julian Assange’s mission for total transparency

    By Raffi Khatchadourian Copyright © 2010 by The New Yorker

    Read by David Erdody

    63 minutes

    —Huffduffed by jessewillis 3 years ago

  5. Julian Assange and the rise of nerd supremacy

    This week Jaron Lanier — composer, performer, computer scientist, philosopher and pioneer of virtual reality — gets seriously sceptical about somebody a lot of people think of as a hero: Julian Assange. The Internet, according to Lanier, was influenced in equal degrees by 1960s romanticism and cold war paranoia. If the political world becomes a mirror of the Internet, then the world will be restructured around secretive digital power centres surrounded by a sea of chaotic, underachieving openness. WikiLeaks is such a centre. It’s the world of nerd supremacy.

    http://www.abc.net.au/rn/philosopherszone/stories/2011/3139205.htm

    —Huffduffed by adactio 3 years ago

  6. WikiLeaks, the Internet and Democracy

    Panel moderated by Paul Jay including Daniel Ellsberg, Clay Shirky, Neville Roy Singham, Peter Thiel and Jonathan Zittrain.

    —Huffduffed by samdub 3 years ago

  7. ‘New York Times’ Executive Editor Bill Keller: The Impact Of Assange And WikiLeaks : NPR

    New York Times Executive Editor Bill Keller explains why the paper decided to publish the classified dispatches and cables from WikiLeaks, the effect those documents had in Tunisia and Egypt, and why he came to regard WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange as indifferent to the people whose lives were at risk.

    http://www.npr.org/2011/02/01/133277509/times-editor-the-impact-of-assange-and-wikileaks?&sc=tumblr&cc=freshair

    —Huffduffed by zzot 3 years ago

  8. Week in review podcast: Leaks, sexism, and the end of meritocracy | Comment is free | guardian.co.uk

    —Huffduffed by tribehut 3 years ago

  9. Radio Berkman 171: Wikileaks and the Information Wars

    So today we pull together some of the brightest minds at the Berkman Center to talk about Wikileaks, with Jonathan Zittrain and Lawrence Lessig moderating.

    Zittrain, Lessig, and the Berkman Center Fellows explore many facets surrounding the Wikileaks imbroglio, including the values of transparency and freedom of speech; the legality and ethics of the Wikileaks data dump; the role of the news media; and the involvement of government and private tech organizations to take Wikileaks down.

    —Huffduffed by fjordaan 3 years ago

  10. TCLP 2011-01-12 Interview: Gabriella Coleman

    The feature this week is an interview I conducted with Gabriella Coleman. I was introduced to her work through her writings at The Atlantic. She mentions Malcom Gladwell’s criticism of online activism and Indy Media. The main reason I invited her on was her critique of Bruce Sterling’s The Blast Shack. We delve a bit further into the question of WikiLeaks lasting impacts. I mention a couple of times Clay Shirky’s long haul view. Gabriella recommends Adrian Johns’ book on piracy (which I ordered with a gift card I received recently, can’t wait to read it). She also mentions a revisit of the topic of WikiLeaks at The Economist. You can also find Gabriella on Twitter where she is quite active and sharing some great links related to topics we discuss in this interview and of course her broader work.

    From http://thecommandline.net/2011/01/12/gabriella_coleman/

    —Huffduffed by lilspikey 3 years ago

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