[Battlemesh] It’s do or die now

Monic Meisel monic at monic.de
Thu Sep 24 17:44:37 CEST 2015

Dear activists,

we launched today a campaign to get finally rid off the f*** Störerhaftung and activate netpolitic-activists:

Jürgen wrote an article to reflect actual politics, stating that this is not the only problem free networks have to face:

Unfortunately they are both in German … Maybe someone here could help to translate them into proper english?
Thx Monic

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Am 22.09.2015 um 18:22 schrieb Ben West <ben at gowasabi.net>:

> Eric Schultz of the Purple Foundation recently posted a long write-up at prpl.works, hoping to clarify everything around the FCC's recent NPRM (Notice of Proposed Rulemaking) and the prospect of open firmware being banned on wireless devices.
> http://prpl.works/2015/09/21/yes-the-fcc-might-ban-your-operating-system/
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> Ben West
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