Declaration of the Independence of Cyberspace

on en.wikipedia: … was an influential early paper on the applicability (or lack thereof) of government on the rapidly growing internet. It was written by John Perry Barlow, a founder of the Electronic Frontier Foundation EFF, and published online February 8, 1996 from Davos, Switzerland. It was written primarily in response to the passing into law of the Telecommunications Act of 1996 in the United States …

The declaration’s Text

Links:

LAW CREEPS ONTO THE LAWLESS NET: Can regulation and liberty coexist online? Or will technology outwit the police? on Business Week, by Catherine Yang in Washington, May 6, 1996;

Another Declaration of Independence, on Web.Archive.org, by Citizens of the Sea, 2 january and 15 July 1997;

Berkman Center for Internet & Society …  is a research center at Harvard University that focuses on the study of cyberspace;

Pirate Parties International PPI:

on the Official Website;

on the PPI wiki/Main Page: This wiki is thought as component of Pirate Parties International, the umbrella organization of the pirate parties spread over the world. Anonymous edits have been disabled, as too much spam hit our wiki. Please take the few steps to register yourself an account or use our guest account …

on en.wikipedia: (it) …  is the political international of the Pirate Party movement. It was formally founded in 2010 at the PPI conference in Brussels, Belgium … to help establish, to support and promote, and to maintain communication and co-operation between pirate parties around the world;

on wiki Pirate Party movement worldwide.

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