Wednesday, 24 April 2013

Cypherpunk Tshirts at the WikiLeaks Store

Cypherpunk. This new design just became available at the Official WikiLeaks Store!






In 1989, when the internet was predominantly ASCII-based and HyperCard had yet to give birth (or at least act as a midwife) to the world wide web, R.U. Sirius launched Mondo 2000. “I’d say it was arguably the representative underground magazine of its pre-web day,” William Gibson said in a recent interview. “Posterity, looking at this, should also consider Mondo 2000 as a focus of something that was happening.”
 

Twenty years ago, it was cypherpunk that was happening.

And it’s happening again today.


That's the intro to "Cypherpunk rising: WikiLeaks, encryption, and the coming surveillance dystopia" a recently published article at theverge.com.

Read more.


Cypherpunks

Freedom and the Future of the Internet

JULIAN ASSANGE
With JACOB APPELBAUM, ANDY MÜLLER-MAGUHN and JÉRÉMIE ZIMMERMANN

"Cypherpunks is gripping, vital reading, explaining clearly the way in which corporate and government control of the internet poses a fundamental threat to our freedom and democracy".
                                                                             

- Olive Stone

Find out more and purchase 'Cypherpunks: Freedom and the Future of the Internet' here.

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