Archives for February 2000
||LEAFLETTING CAMPAIGN A SUCCESS|
Thanks to everyone who made Friday's leafletting campaign a success. We have been receiving reports from around the world of productive events - our voices HAVE been heard.
||HACKERS TO BLAME? DOUBTFUL|
We feel sorry for the major Internet commerce sites that have been inconvenienced by the Denial of Service attacks. Really, we do. But we cannot permit them or anyone else to lay the blame on hackers.
||TELL CONGRESS TO STOP THE DMCA|
The library of congress is holding hearings on the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (the law being used in the DVD suit). They want to know how it has affected you and what YOU think of it.
||FOX NEWS REDEFINES VANDALISM|
In yet another example of the media completely misunderstanding technology, Fox News has defined changing a nickname on IRC as "vandalism."
||PROGRESS REPORT ON H2K|
We've been deluged with responses from people eager to be part of H2K this July in New York City. As it looks now, this will be far bigger than anything we've done in the past, with three tracks of speakers plus films and all sorts of other activities.
||HAVING TROUBLE REACHING 2600?|
We've been having some connectivity problems over the past week which have made it harder to reach our web site. In addition, we've made some routing changes which took much longer to propogate than normal. There are some sites such as AOL which may be having problems reaching us. If you know of anyone having such difficulties, entering our IP may yield better results: http://220.127.116.11.