1. Are Your Politicians For Sale?

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    Would you like to be treated like a rapist, murderer (or a Terrorist!) for streaming an "unauthorized" copy of a TV show? Good news, because now you can! You don't even have to live in the US to have this freedom. http://www.Political-Prostitution.com (Shot on a non-stolen Canon 5D, with paid actors, original soundtrack and a licensed copy of Adobe Premiere) Music: http://soundcloud.com/victor-rusin/victor-rusin-stress-original

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    • The Iranian Internet – An Infographic by Maral Pourkazemi

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      “Design is my conviction and my religion,” says Iranian designer Maral Pourkazemi. For her master thesis project “The Iranian Internet” at the University of Applied Science in Potsdam, she created a beautiful infographic which contains six content panels to explain the complexity of online censorship in Iran. Including information on the general Internet usage, Iran's national web project, namely the “Halal” Internet and its evasion, the Iranian blogosphere, the cyber police, criminal hackers, and the systems of governance, the six panels decipher the Iranian Internet between freedom and isolation. This thesis has become a much talked about design activist project. Gestalten.tv sat down with Maral Pourkazemi to talk about her infographic vision and how she has made an ugly topic accessible through visual storytelling. Check out Maral Pourkazemi's website http://www.this-is-maral.com/ Browse Gestalten's books on the topic visual storytelling: Visual Storytelling http://shop.gestalten.com/visual-storytelling.html Data Flow 2 http://shop.gestalten.com/data-flow-2-163.html Informotion http://shop.gestalten.com/informotion.html

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      • MOGiS und Freunde

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        MOGiS ist ein kleiner unanbhängiger Verein, der sich auf europäischer Ebene für Kinderrechte, die Belange von Betroffenen und für mehr Bürgerrechte einsetzt. http://www.MOGiS-und-Freunde.de ist ein Versuch den Verein einem größeren Themen und Zuhörerkreis zu öffnen. Dieser kleine Info-Spot soll darauf aufmerksam machen, dass MOGiS ohne deine Unterstützung nicht vernünftig weiter existieren kann und das Feld größtenteils den Anderen überlassen muss, die teilweise zwiespältige Ziele verfolgen. Besuche http://mogis-und-freunde.de und finde heraus wie du helfen kannst. ---------- MOGiS und Freunde: http://www.mogis-und-freunde.de Idee/Animation: http://www.alexanderlehmann.net Sprecherin: http://www.juliadernbach.de/ Musik: http://keinekennenkeine.co.nr/

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        • Access Denied

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          I made this short film with three friends from school. It's about internet censorship around the world. It won the Best Technical and Artistic Achievement Award and was voted Audience Favorite at the Washington International School Global Issues Film Festival 2011. It won the Outstanding PSA Award at the Burke Film Festival 2011. And it was voted Audience Choice at the Pendragwn Youth Film Festival 2011.

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          • The Obama Deception

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            Watch this film! The Obama Deception has drawn fierce attacks since its release in March 2009– not only strong words attempting to discredit the powerful information the film puts forward, but in attempts to limit and block the film online. Nevertheless, an estimated 25 million have seen the film worldwide, thanks to hundreds of online versions and DVDs handed out by dedicated activists. The Obama Deception was Illegally Removed from You Tube.

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            • Control of Communication

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              Animated infographics which looks at control of communication over the internet. How much communication should be controlled? What will be the consequences?

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              • Censorship Alert: Obama Deception Illegally Removed from You Tube

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                Made to look like a hack, the anti-establishment documentary was blocked after a year of mega-viral viewing, ranking #1 in search engines and waking up millions to the false left-tight paradigm perpetuated by Obama. Alex Jones is on high-alert after someone managed to compromise the "ChangeDaChannel" You Tube account and criminally remove the most-viewed version of The Obama Deception available online, which had more than 6.5 million views and whose URL link ranked among the top of all "Obama" related searches.

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                • The Grass-Mud Horse Lexicon

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                  Over the years, China Digital Times (CDT) has collected hundreds of words and turns of phrase invented by China’s citizens of the Internet, its “netizenry.” Playfully evading online censors, netizens have created a world of “grass-mud horses” and “river crabs,” forever locked in battle in the “Mahler Desert.” CDT’s Grass-Mud Horse Lexicon is a collection of politically-charged terms which represent netizen resistance discourse. This eBook includes a selection of “classic” terms which have endured beyond the events which generated them. They are arranged by category, and indices in alphabetical order by both English and pinyin are included. This is the netizen language you need to know to understand China’s Internet. —China Digital Times

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                  • Viet Tan Vodcast - How to Circumvent Vietnam's Firewall to Access Facebook

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                    This video describes how to circumvent the internet censorship in Vietnam to access Facebook. Other Facebook URLs http://lite.facebook.com http://m.facebook.com Other Facebook integrations http://www.igoogle.com Tunneling Software: https://www.torproject.org/torbrowser/ http://www.ultrareach.com/ Public DNS http://theos.in/windows-xp/free-fast-public-dns-server-list/ 208.67.222.222 208.67.220.220 8.8.8.8 8.8.4.4 Proxies http://www.checker.freeproxy.ru/checker/last_checked_proxies.php Hardcode Facebook IPs c:\windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts 69.63.181.11 facebook.com 69.63.181.11 www.facebook.com 69.63.180.174 login.facebook.com 69.63.178.24 register.facebook.com 69.63.181.11 en-gb.facebook.com 69.63.181.11 es-la.facebook.com 69.63.181.11 pt-br.facebook.com 69.63.181.11 fr-fr.facebook.com 69.63.181.11 de-de.facebook.com 69.63.181.11 it-it.facebook.com 69.63.181.11 ar-ar.facebook.com 69.63.181.11 hi-in.facebook.com 69.63.181.11 zh-cn.facebook.com 69.63.178.31 developer.facebook.com 69.63.178.31 developers.facebook.com 69.63.180.15 apps.facebook.com 69.63.180.15 www-college.facebook.com 203.215.26.34 platform.ak.facebook.com 203.215.26.17 creative.ak.facebook.com 69.63.181.15 new.facebook.com 69.63.180.12 tr-tr.facebook.com 69.63.184.143 es-es.facebook.com 69.63.184.143 el-gr.facebook.com 69.63.184.143 sv-se.facebook.com 69.63.184.143 da-dk.facebook.com 69.63.184.143 zh-hk.facebook.com 69.63.184.143 zh-tw.facebook.com 69.63.184.143 fi-fi.facebook.com 69.63.184.143 ak.facebook.com 69.63.184.143 hs.facebook.com 69.63.184.143 id-id.facebook.com 69.63.184.143 ru-ru.facebook.com 69.63.176.150 hr-hr.facebook.com 69.63.184.143 m.facebook.com 69.63.184.143 nl-nl.facebook.com 203.215.26.10 nb-no.facebook.com 69.63.186.12 ja-jp.facebook.com 69.63.178.32 ko-kr.facebook.com 69.63.186.12 ms-my.facebook.com 69.63.176.148 sl-si.facebook.com 69.63.186.12 connect.facebook.com 69.63.186.12 cs-cz.facebook.com 69.63.179.70 ll.facebook.com 69.63.187.12 pl-pl.facebook.com 69.63.179.70 secure.facebook.com 69.63.180.18 iphone.facebook.com 69.63.184.143 blog.facebook.com 69.63.176.184 0.channel24.facebook.com 125.252.206.110 s-static.ak.facebook.com 69.63.176.49 creativeupload.facebook.com 69.63.176.49 creativeupload-sf2p.facebook.com 69.63.178.32 upload.facebook.com More info: http://bringfacebookback.wordpress.com/ http://huyzing.com/2009/11/17/faq-on-vietnam-block-of-facebook/

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                    • Blocked on Weibo

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                      Though often described with foreboding buzzwords such as “The Great Firewall” and the “censorship regime,” Internet regulation in China is rarely either obvious or straightforward. This was the inspiration for China specialist Jason Q. Ng to write an innovative computer script that would make it possible to deduce just which terms are suppressed on China’s most important social media site, Sina Weibo. The remarkable and groundbreaking result is Blocked on Weibo, which began as a highly praised blog and has been expanded here to list over 150 forbidden keywords, as well as offer possible explanations why the Chinese government would find these terms sensitive. As Ng explains, Weibo (roughly the equivalent of Twitter), with over 500 million registered accounts, censors hundreds of words and phrases, ranging from fairly obvious terms, including “tank” (a reference to the “Tank Man” who stared down the Chinese army in Tiananmen Square) and the names of top government officials (if they can’t be found online, they can’t be criticized), to deeply obscure references, including “hairy bacon” (a coded insult referring to Mao’s embalmed body). With dozens of phrases that could get a Chinese Internet user invited to the local police station “for a cup of tea” (a euphemism for being detained by the authorities), Blocked on Weibo offers an invaluable guide to sensitive topics in modern-day China as well as a fascinating tour of recent Chinese history. —The New Press

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