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#introduction

Approaching Utopia is a Buddhist “libertarian syndicalist” (anarchist) run media firm, focused on Creative Commons media.

Right now we have published music by @megabyteGhost and a podcast called Your Secure Life (YourSecure.life).

And many other projects in the works.

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Researching for a future episode: how do you feel about employee monitoring software? Why or why not?

Please boost for bigger sample size.

This is for a future Your Secure Life podcast episode. My local tech association has a talk coming up presented by a company that makes employee monitoring software.

I’d like to do an episode (and a talk) on why that’s bad.

I have my reasons. What are yours?

Checkout past episodes at Https://yoursecure.life

CEO: I can't work without getting paid!

Creators: We pay in exposure! It'll be great!

Anyone that says open source isn't political and/or that politics is somehow separate from everyday life is bullshitting themselves.

Political action can either save or destroy lives, and transparency and freely sharing information literally saves lives while withholding information destroys them.

#introduction

Approaching Utopia is a Buddhist “libertarian syndicalist” (anarchist) run media firm, focused on Creative Commons media.

Right now we have published music by @megabyteGhost and a podcast called Your Secure Life (YourSecure.life).

And many other projects in the works.

Radio Apocalypse. Starting now and running daily until the collapse. Curated music you didn't know you needed.

#RadioApocalypse #music #distraction #pandemic #plague

🚨 Come work with us 🚨

The deadline to be our new Digital Fundraising Officer is in 1 hour!

privacyinternational.org/node/

I opened a web page this morning that looked like your average crappy startup, a dickbar asked for my cookies, then a popup told me I should be using Chrome, uhm, okay, then a yellow firefox bar showed up to tell me I NEED TO ENABLE DRMs FOR THIS WEBSI-*ARGH*

*gasping for air*

@szbalint The problem is that:

1. Data gathered and practices proposed are well in excess of requirements.

2. Extant practices are already excessive. And unjustified.

3. "Emergency" powers granted tend to persist long beyond justifications, often by decades.

4. EFF's general guidelines strike me as quite sensible.
schneier.com/blog/archives/202

US politics shitpost 

The pledge to resist:
We believe that as people living in the united states it is our responsibility to resist the injustices done by our government in our names

Not in our name will you wage endless war
There can be no more deaths
No more transfusions of blood for oil

Not in our name will you invade countries, bomb civilians, kill more children, letting history take its course over the graves of the nameless

Not in our name will you erode the very freedoms you have claimed to fight for

Not by our hands will we supply weapons and funding for the annihilation of families on foreign soil

Not by our mouths will we let fear silence us

Not by our hearts will we allow whole peoples or countries to be deemed evil

Not by our will and not in our name

We pledge resistance
We pledge alliance with those who have come under attack for voicing opposition to the war or for their religion or ethnicity

We pledge to make common cause with the people of the world to bring about justice, freedom and peace

Another world is possible and we pledge to make it real

invidio.us/watch?v=oQ_o660d0oc

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hackers.town

A bunch of technomancers in the fediverse. Keep it fairly clean please. This arcology is for all who wash up upon it's digital shore.