Travis McCrea | 1 Oct 05:18 2010
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Re: [opennic-discuss] White House pressuring registrars to block sites

I actually have the phone number to the office. We could probably write
a brief, and at least have it examined.... if you are being serious. 
On Thu, 2010-09-30 at 14:34 -0500, Brian Koontz wrote:
> I duly note that we weren't invited to a meeting with the "IP Czar"...
> 
> "While the Senate is still debating a bill that would force registrars and ISPs
> to block access to sites deemed "infringing," it appears that the White House's
> IP Czar is already holding meetings with ISPs, registrars and payment
> processors to start voluntarily blocking access to sites it doesn't like.
> Initially, they're focused on online pharmacies, but does anyone think it will
> only be limited to such sites? ICANN apparently has refused to attend the
> meetings, pointing out that they're "inappropriate." Doesn't it seem wrong for
> the US gov't to be pushing private companies to censor the internet without due
> process?"
> 
> http://yro.slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=10/09/30/1849242
> _______________________________________________
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Travis McCrea | 1 Oct 05:40 2010
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Re: [opennic-discuss] White House pressuring registrars to block sites

(202) 395–1808 is the phone number to her office, there honestly are not
that many people who work there, the person who answers the phone also
makes statements for the department if you call... that or they are just
horribly managed. 

Just thought I would throw that out there, oh by the way -- if you are
disappointed in how its being run, feel free to tell them at that number
as well. :)
On Thu, 2010-09-30 at 14:34 -0500, Brian Koontz wrote:
> I duly note that we weren't invited to a meeting with the "IP Czar"...
> 
> "While the Senate is still debating a bill that would force registrars and ISPs
> to block access to sites deemed "infringing," it appears that the White House's
> IP Czar is already holding meetings with ISPs, registrars and payment
> processors to start voluntarily blocking access to sites it doesn't like.
> Initially, they're focused on online pharmacies, but does anyone think it will
> only be limited to such sites? ICANN apparently has refused to attend the
> meetings, pointing out that they're "inappropriate." Doesn't it seem wrong for
> the US gov't to be pushing private companies to censor the internet without due
> process?"
> 
> http://yro.slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=10/09/30/1849242
> _______________________________________________
> discuss mailing list
> discuss <at> lists.opennicproject.org
> http://lists.darkdna.net/mailman/listinfo/discuss

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-- 
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1(206)552-8728
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Dean Gardiner | 3 Oct 10:26 2010
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[opennic-discuss] ns1.nz.dns.opennic.glue: Downtime Until 4/10/2010 4PM

ns1.nz.dns.opennic.glue will be offline starting in next few hours until 4/10/2010 4PM (Maybe sooner) (NZDT), Just switching servers over and requires a fair bit of re-configuration.


But this means that DNS resolution should be a bit faster.
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Dean Gardiner | 3 Oct 23:49 2010
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Re: [opennic-discuss] ns1.nz.dns.opennic.glue: Downtime Until 4/10/2010 4PM

Server is back up.

On Sun, Oct 3, 2010 at 9:26 PM, Dean Gardiner <gardiner91 <at> gmail.com> wrote:
ns1.nz.dns.opennic.glue will be offline starting in next few hours until 4/10/2010 4PM (Maybe sooner) (NZDT), Just switching servers over and requires a fair bit of re-configuration.

But this means that DNS resolution should be a bit faster.

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Travis McCrea | 4 Oct 01:09 2010
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Re: [opennic-discuss] Censorship on Domains May Be Our Shining Moment

Did we have anyone else thats willing to help? I would really like at
least one more person to help out. We also need someone to donate the
domain "DomainFreedom.info". 

If someone gets the domain I will start working and putting things
together. :)

On Tue, 2010-09-21 at 08:24 -0400, Alex Buie wrote:
> I love this idea, and definitely would like to contribute.
>  
>  I can also provide hosting for the pages on one of my cPanel servers
> (that use ONIC DNS), if we need it.
>  
> --
> Alex Buie
> Network Engineer
> KWD Services, Inc.
> (703)445-3391 ext. 804
> 
> 
> On Tue, Sep 21, 2010 at 3:09 AM, Travis McCrea <teamcoltra <at> gmail.com>
> wrote:
>         Hello everyone,
>         I am Travis "TeamColtra" McCrea, many of you who frequent IRC
>         probably
>         already know me, and to those of you who don't you can check
>         out my blog
>         at http://travismccrea.com. Now that we have taken care of
>         that I would
>         like to bring up an important matter regarding domains, and
>         potentially
>         advancing OpenNIC by exposing us to a much bigger audience.
>         
>         As a few of you may know, the United States Federal Government
>         is using
>         a new tactic to shut down websites that they do not like,
>         which is going
>         after the domain itself. Most fringe domain TLDs are not in
>         danger, but
>         the two most popular are, those are .COM and .NET. Of course
>         this is an
>         attack on Free Speech by the US Government and it pushes what
>         they feel
>         to be wrong onto the rest of the world.  (please see
>         http://www.wired.com/threatlevel/2010/09/justice-department-piracy/ for
>         a more lengthy overview of what I have just said, or read the
>         bill
>         itself here http://torrentfreak.com/images/coica.pdf .
>         
>         However, this is the perfect time to make people aware of
>         other domain
>         alternatives, in particular OpenNIC. We can use the publicity
>         momentum
>         to attempt to get this stopped from being passed (while also
>         trying to
>         get people to switch to OpenNIC), and whats great for the
>         campaign is
>         that if it passes, we can then post on all the domains that
>         are getting
>         shut down by the United States, and show for each one that
>         they need to
>         come to OpenNIC (as well as working with these websites to
>         switch over
>         -- think if people needed to access wikileaks at
>         wikileaks.free); We
>         could also keep track of further bills trying to be passed by
>         governments if it fails (just like the Internet Kill Switch,
>         the US
>         Senators will try and piggyback this onto another bill, if it
>         fails).
>         
>         What I would do is get domainfreedom.info (because its only
>         like a buck)
>         and domainfreedom.free, then get a wordpress install on it, to
>         start
>         feeding people news updates about this new bill thats trying
>         to be
>         passed in congress, and even if it fails, then we need to stay
>         on top of
>         it so they don't try to throw it into a new bill like they
>         have been
>         doing with the internet kill switch, if it passes then we
>         expose the
>         public to all the domains that are being taken down
>         
>         What we also need is volunteers, its not a huge deal, 10-20
>         minutes a
>         day with research and posting onto the twitter account that we
>         would
>         create (maybe a facebook page too).
>         
>         We also email different news sources that are more...
>         sympathetic to us.
>         ARS, TorrentFreak, and Wired might run articles. RantMedia.ca
>         would also
>         run a spot on their radio program for us for sure. We could
>         use these to
>         get the word out about our campaign against domain censorship
>         and FOR
>         using OpenNIC.
>         
>         I can do a lot of this, but I can't do it alone. I will help
>         organize a
>         team if we can have one assembled, we would also need hosting
>         for the
>         website (a host that supports OpenNIC of course). I will be
>         willing to
>         work with you guys on how to canvass twitter users to engage
>         in
>         conversation with the ones talking about similar topics (if
>         you don't
>         know how to already, the best way will be to just use
>         hootsuite).
>         
>         We could get this going and gain a lot of attention really
>         quickly if we
>         work together and agree to get this done, but we obviously
>         need feedback
>         from you on if you even WANT to do this, and who would want to
>         help, and
>         who has what to offer to this team of people.
>         --
>         Travis McCrea
>         1(206)552-8728
>         http://travismccrea.com
>         
>         The Pirate ideology is like going organic, but free, and
>         doesn't go
>         moldy as fast.
>         
>         _______________________________________________
>         discuss mailing list
>         discuss <at> lists.opennicproject.org
>         http://lists.darkdna.net/mailman/listinfo/discuss
>         
> 
> _______________________________________________
> discuss mailing list
> discuss <at> lists.opennicproject.org
> http://lists.darkdna.net/mailman/listinfo/discuss

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The Pirate ideology is like going organic, but free, and doesn't go
moldy as fast.
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Julian DeMarchi | 5 Oct 02:49 2010
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Re: [opennic-discuss] Censorship on Domains May Be Our Shining Moment

On 10/04/2010 09:09 AM, Travis McCrea wrote:
> Did we have anyone else thats willing to help? I would really like at
> least one more person to help out. We also need someone to donate the
> domain "DomainFreedom.info". 

I will help with this. Alex - Can you provide hosting for Travis?

> If someone gets the domain I will start working and putting things
> together. :)

I will get the domain next week as I am on business travel this week.

--julian
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Jon Hebb | 4 Oct 01:15 2010
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Re: [opennic-discuss] Censorship on Domains May Be Our Shining Moment

Purchased, where do you want it?

On Sun, Oct 3, 2010 at 7:09 PM, Travis McCrea <teamcoltra <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> Did we have anyone else thats willing to help? I would really like at
> least one more person to help out. We also need someone to donate the
> domain "DomainFreedom.info".
>
> If someone gets the domain I will start working and putting things
> together. :)
>
> On Tue, 2010-09-21 at 08:24 -0400, Alex Buie wrote:
>> I love this idea, and definitely would like to contribute.
>>
>>  I can also provide hosting for the pages on one of my cPanel servers
>> (that use ONIC DNS), if we need it.
>>
>> --
>> Alex Buie
>> Network Engineer
>> KWD Services, Inc.
>> (703)445-3391 ext. 804
>>
>>
>> On Tue, Sep 21, 2010 at 3:09 AM, Travis McCrea <teamcoltra <at> gmail.com>
>> wrote:
>>         Hello everyone,
>>         I am Travis "TeamColtra" McCrea, many of you who frequent IRC
>>         probably
>>         already know me, and to those of you who don't you can check
>>         out my blog
>>         at http://travismccrea.com. Now that we have taken care of
>>         that I would
>>         like to bring up an important matter regarding domains, and
>>         potentially
>>         advancing OpenNIC by exposing us to a much bigger audience.
>>
>>         As a few of you may know, the United States Federal Government
>>         is using
>>         a new tactic to shut down websites that they do not like,
>>         which is going
>>         after the domain itself. Most fringe domain TLDs are not in
>>         danger, but
>>         the two most popular are, those are .COM and .NET. Of course
>>         this is an
>>         attack on Free Speech by the US Government and it pushes what
>>         they feel
>>         to be wrong onto the rest of the world.  (please see
>>         http://www.wired.com/threatlevel/2010/09/justice-department-piracy/ for
>>         a more lengthy overview of what I have just said, or read the
>>         bill
>>         itself here http://torrentfreak.com/images/coica.pdf .
>>
>>         However, this is the perfect time to make people aware of
>>         other domain
>>         alternatives, in particular OpenNIC. We can use the publicity
>>         momentum
>>         to attempt to get this stopped from being passed (while also
>>         trying to
>>         get people to switch to OpenNIC), and whats great for the
>>         campaign is
>>         that if it passes, we can then post on all the domains that
>>         are getting
>>         shut down by the United States, and show for each one that
>>         they need to
>>         come to OpenNIC (as well as working with these websites to
>>         switch over
>>         -- think if people needed to access wikileaks at
>>         wikileaks.free); We
>>         could also keep track of further bills trying to be passed by
>>         governments if it fails (just like the Internet Kill Switch,
>>         the US
>>         Senators will try and piggyback this onto another bill, if it
>>         fails).
>>
>>         What I would do is get domainfreedom.info (because its only
>>         like a buck)
>>         and domainfreedom.free, then get a wordpress install on it, to
>>         start
>>         feeding people news updates about this new bill thats trying
>>         to be
>>         passed in congress, and even if it fails, then we need to stay
>>         on top of
>>         it so they don't try to throw it into a new bill like they
>>         have been
>>         doing with the internet kill switch, if it passes then we
>>         expose the
>>         public to all the domains that are being taken down
>>
>>         What we also need is volunteers, its not a huge deal, 10-20
>>         minutes a
>>         day with research and posting onto the twitter account that we
>>         would
>>         create (maybe a facebook page too).
>>
>>         We also email different news sources that are more...
>>         sympathetic to us.
>>         ARS, TorrentFreak, and Wired might run articles. RantMedia.ca
>>         would also
>>         run a spot on their radio program for us for sure. We could
>>         use these to
>>         get the word out about our campaign against domain censorship
>>         and FOR
>>         using OpenNIC.
>>
>>         I can do a lot of this, but I can't do it alone. I will help
>>         organize a
>>         team if we can have one assembled, we would also need hosting
>>         for the
>>         website (a host that supports OpenNIC of course). I will be
>>         willing to
>>         work with you guys on how to canvass twitter users to engage
>>         in
>>         conversation with the ones talking about similar topics (if
>>         you don't
>>         know how to already, the best way will be to just use
>>         hootsuite).
>>
>>         We could get this going and gain a lot of attention really
>>         quickly if we
>>         work together and agree to get this done, but we obviously
>>         need feedback
>>         from you on if you even WANT to do this, and who would want to
>>         help, and
>>         who has what to offer to this team of people.
>>         --
>>         Travis McCrea
>>         1(206)552-8728
>>         http://travismccrea.com
>>
>>         The Pirate ideology is like going organic, but free, and
>>         doesn't go
>>         moldy as fast.
>>
>>         _______________________________________________
>>         discuss mailing list
>>         discuss <at> lists.opennicproject.org
>>         http://lists.darkdna.net/mailman/listinfo/discuss
>>
>>
>> _______________________________________________
>> discuss mailing list
>> discuss <at> lists.opennicproject.org
>> http://lists.darkdna.net/mailman/listinfo/discuss
>
> --
> Travis McCrea
> 1(206)552-8728
> http://travismccrea.com
>
> The Pirate ideology is like going organic, but free, and doesn't go
> moldy as fast.
>
> _______________________________________________
> discuss mailing list
> discuss <at> lists.opennicproject.org
> http://lists.darkdna.net/mailman/listinfo/discuss
>
>

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www.hebbnetworks.com
Cell: 304.680.6777
Office: 304.906.4390
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Jon Hebb | 4 Oct 01:21 2010
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Re: [opennic-discuss] Censorship on Domains May Be Our Shining Moment

Also, my statement was pointed at the OpenNIC membership as a whole,
not just Travis.... I believe in developing the domain - I didn't
purchase it for anyone person to use.

On Sun, Oct 3, 2010 at 7:15 PM, Jon Hebb <somebodyrocks <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> Purchased, where do you want it?
>
> On Sun, Oct 3, 2010 at 7:09 PM, Travis McCrea <teamcoltra <at> gmail.com> wrote:
>> Did we have anyone else thats willing to help? I would really like at
>> least one more person to help out. We also need someone to donate the
>> domain "DomainFreedom.info".
>>
>> If someone gets the domain I will start working and putting things
>> together. :)
>>
>> On Tue, 2010-09-21 at 08:24 -0400, Alex Buie wrote:
>>> I love this idea, and definitely would like to contribute.
>>>
>>>  I can also provide hosting for the pages on one of my cPanel servers
>>> (that use ONIC DNS), if we need it.
>>>
>>> --
>>> Alex Buie
>>> Network Engineer
>>> KWD Services, Inc.
>>> (703)445-3391 ext. 804
>>>
>>>
>>> On Tue, Sep 21, 2010 at 3:09 AM, Travis McCrea <teamcoltra <at> gmail.com>
>>> wrote:
>>>         Hello everyone,
>>>         I am Travis "TeamColtra" McCrea, many of you who frequent IRC
>>>         probably
>>>         already know me, and to those of you who don't you can check
>>>         out my blog
>>>         at http://travismccrea.com. Now that we have taken care of
>>>         that I would
>>>         like to bring up an important matter regarding domains, and
>>>         potentially
>>>         advancing OpenNIC by exposing us to a much bigger audience.
>>>
>>>         As a few of you may know, the United States Federal Government
>>>         is using
>>>         a new tactic to shut down websites that they do not like,
>>>         which is going
>>>         after the domain itself. Most fringe domain TLDs are not in
>>>         danger, but
>>>         the two most popular are, those are .COM and .NET. Of course
>>>         this is an
>>>         attack on Free Speech by the US Government and it pushes what
>>>         they feel
>>>         to be wrong onto the rest of the world.  (please see
>>>         http://www.wired.com/threatlevel/2010/09/justice-department-piracy/ for
>>>         a more lengthy overview of what I have just said, or read the
>>>         bill
>>>         itself here http://torrentfreak.com/images/coica.pdf .
>>>
>>>         However, this is the perfect time to make people aware of
>>>         other domain
>>>         alternatives, in particular OpenNIC. We can use the publicity
>>>         momentum
>>>         to attempt to get this stopped from being passed (while also
>>>         trying to
>>>         get people to switch to OpenNIC), and whats great for the
>>>         campaign is
>>>         that if it passes, we can then post on all the domains that
>>>         are getting
>>>         shut down by the United States, and show for each one that
>>>         they need to
>>>         come to OpenNIC (as well as working with these websites to
>>>         switch over
>>>         -- think if people needed to access wikileaks at
>>>         wikileaks.free); We
>>>         could also keep track of further bills trying to be passed by
>>>         governments if it fails (just like the Internet Kill Switch,
>>>         the US
>>>         Senators will try and piggyback this onto another bill, if it
>>>         fails).
>>>
>>>         What I would do is get domainfreedom.info (because its only
>>>         like a buck)
>>>         and domainfreedom.free, then get a wordpress install on it, to
>>>         start
>>>         feeding people news updates about this new bill thats trying
>>>         to be
>>>         passed in congress, and even if it fails, then we need to stay
>>>         on top of
>>>         it so they don't try to throw it into a new bill like they
>>>         have been
>>>         doing with the internet kill switch, if it passes then we
>>>         expose the
>>>         public to all the domains that are being taken down
>>>
>>>         What we also need is volunteers, its not a huge deal, 10-20
>>>         minutes a
>>>         day with research and posting onto the twitter account that we
>>>         would
>>>         create (maybe a facebook page too).
>>>
>>>         We also email different news sources that are more...
>>>         sympathetic to us.
>>>         ARS, TorrentFreak, and Wired might run articles. RantMedia.ca
>>>         would also
>>>         run a spot on their radio program for us for sure. We could
>>>         use these to
>>>         get the word out about our campaign against domain censorship
>>>         and FOR
>>>         using OpenNIC.
>>>
>>>         I can do a lot of this, but I can't do it alone. I will help
>>>         organize a
>>>         team if we can have one assembled, we would also need hosting
>>>         for the
>>>         website (a host that supports OpenNIC of course). I will be
>>>         willing to
>>>         work with you guys on how to canvass twitter users to engage
>>>         in
>>>         conversation with the ones talking about similar topics (if
>>>         you don't
>>>         know how to already, the best way will be to just use
>>>         hootsuite).
>>>
>>>         We could get this going and gain a lot of attention really
>>>         quickly if we
>>>         work together and agree to get this done, but we obviously
>>>         need feedback
>>>         from you on if you even WANT to do this, and who would want to
>>>         help, and
>>>         who has what to offer to this team of people.
>>>         --
>>>         Travis McCrea
>>>         1(206)552-8728
>>>         http://travismccrea.com
>>>
>>>         The Pirate ideology is like going organic, but free, and
>>>         doesn't go
>>>         moldy as fast.
>>>
>>>         _______________________________________________
>>>         discuss mailing list
>>>         discuss <at> lists.opennicproject.org
>>>         http://lists.darkdna.net/mailman/listinfo/discuss
>>>
>>>
>>> _______________________________________________
>>> discuss mailing list
>>> discuss <at> lists.opennicproject.org
>>> http://lists.darkdna.net/mailman/listinfo/discuss
>>
>> --
>> Travis McCrea
>> 1(206)552-8728
>> http://travismccrea.com
>>
>> The Pirate ideology is like going organic, but free, and doesn't go
>> moldy as fast.
>>
>> _______________________________________________
>> discuss mailing list
>> discuss <at> lists.opennicproject.org
>> http://lists.darkdna.net/mailman/listinfo/discuss
>>
>>
>
>
>
> --
> Best Regards,
> Jon Hebb
> Hebb Networks
>
> www.hebbnetworks.com
> Cell: 304.680.6777
> Office: 304.906.4390
>

--

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Hebb Networks

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Dean Gardiner | 4 Oct 01:59 2010
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Re: [opennic-discuss] Censorship on Domains May Be Our Shining Moment

Sounds like a really good idea, I would be willing to help.


You said about you need someone to donate the domain, do you mean you need someone to pay for it?
Because to get the project off the ground I could pay for it. The domain is already parked though.

On Mon, Oct 4, 2010 at 12:09 PM, Travis McCrea <teamcoltra <at> gmail.com> wrote:
Did we have anyone else thats willing to help? I would really like at
least one more person to help out. We also need someone to donate the
domain "DomainFreedom.info".

If someone gets the domain I will start working and putting things
together. :)

On Tue, 2010-09-21 at 08:24 -0400, Alex Buie wrote:
> I love this idea, and definitely would like to contribute.
>
>  I can also provide hosting for the pages on one of my cPanel servers
> (that use ONIC DNS), if we need it.
>
> --
> Alex Buie
> Network Engineer
> KWD Services, Inc.
> (703)445-3391 ext. 804
>
>
> On Tue, Sep 21, 2010 at 3:09 AM, Travis McCrea <teamcoltra <at> gmail.com>
> wrote:
>         Hello everyone,
>         I am Travis "TeamColtra" McCrea, many of you who frequent IRC
>         probably
>         already know me, and to those of you who don't you can check
>         out my blog
>         at http://travismccrea.com. Now that we have taken care of
>         that I would
>         like to bring up an important matter regarding domains, and
>         potentially
>         advancing OpenNIC by exposing us to a much bigger audience.
>
>         As a few of you may know, the United States Federal Government
>         is using
>         a new tactic to shut down websites that they do not like,
>         which is going
>         after the domain itself. Most fringe domain TLDs are not in
>         danger, but
>         the two most popular are, those are .COM and .NET. Of course
>         this is an
>         attack on Free Speech by the US Government and it pushes what
>         they feel
>         to be wrong onto the rest of the world.  (please see
>         http://www.wired.com/threatlevel/2010/09/justice-department-piracy/ for
>         a more lengthy overview of what I have just said, or read the
>         bill
>         itself here http://torrentfreak.com/images/coica.pdf .
>
>         However, this is the perfect time to make people aware of
>         other domain
>         alternatives, in particular OpenNIC. We can use the publicity
>         momentum
>         to attempt to get this stopped from being passed (while also
>         trying to
>         get people to switch to OpenNIC), and whats great for the
>         campaign is
>         that if it passes, we can then post on all the domains that
>         are getting
>         shut down by the United States, and show for each one that
>         they need to
>         come to OpenNIC (as well as working with these websites to
>         switch over
>         -- think if people needed to access wikileaks at
>         wikileaks.free); We
>         could also keep track of further bills trying to be passed by
>         governments if it fails (just like the Internet Kill Switch,
>         the US
>         Senators will try and piggyback this onto another bill, if it
>         fails).
>
>         What I would do is get domainfreedom.info (because its only
>         like a buck)
>         and domainfreedom.free, then get a wordpress install on it, to
>         start
>         feeding people news updates about this new bill thats trying
>         to be
>         passed in congress, and even if it fails, then we need to stay
>         on top of
>         it so they don't try to throw it into a new bill like they
>         have been
>         doing with the internet kill switch, if it passes then we
>         expose the
>         public to all the domains that are being taken down
>
>         What we also need is volunteers, its not a huge deal, 10-20
>         minutes a
>         day with research and posting onto the twitter account that we
>         would
>         create (maybe a facebook page too).
>
>         We also email different news sources that are more...
>         sympathetic to us.
>         ARS, TorrentFreak, and Wired might run articles. RantMedia.ca
>         would also
>         run a spot on their radio program for us for sure. We could
>         use these to
>         get the word out about our campaign against domain censorship
>         and FOR
>         using OpenNIC.
>
>         I can do a lot of this, but I can't do it alone. I will help
>         organize a
>         team if we can have one assembled, we would also need hosting
>         for the
>         website (a host that supports OpenNIC of course). I will be
>         willing to
>         work with you guys on how to canvass twitter users to engage
>         in
>         conversation with the ones talking about similar topics (if
>         you don't
>         know how to already, the best way will be to just use
>         hootsuite).
>
>         We could get this going and gain a lot of attention really
>         quickly if we
>         work together and agree to get this done, but we obviously
>         need feedback
>         from you on if you even WANT to do this, and who would want to
>         help, and
>         who has what to offer to this team of people.
>         --
>         Travis McCrea
>         1(206)552-8728
>         http://travismccrea.com
>
>         The Pirate ideology is like going organic, but free, and
>         doesn't go
>         moldy as fast.
>
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