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#iranelection cyberwar guide for beginners

Posted in actiuni, drepturile omului, globalism by gheorghe on 16/06/2009

preluat de pe http://reinikainen.co.uk/2009/06/iranelection-cyberwar-guide-for-beginners/

The purpose of this guide is to help you participate constructively in the Iranian election protests through twitter.

  1. Do NOT publicise proxy IP’s over twitter, and especially not using the #iranelection hashtag.  Security forces are monitoring this hashtag, and the moment they identify a proxy IP they will block it in Iran.  If you are creating new proxies for the Iranian bloggers, DM them to @stopAhmadi or @iran09 and they will distributed them discretely to bloggers in Iran.
  2. Hashtags, the only two legitimate hashtags being used by bloggers in Iran are #iranelection and #gr88, other hashtag ideas run the risk of diluting the conversation.
  3. Keep you bull$hit filter up!  Security forces are now setting up twitter accounts to spread disinformation by posing as Iranian protesters.  Please don’t retweet impetuosly, try to confirm information with reliable sources before retweeting.  The legitimate sources are not hard to find and follow.
  4. Help cover the bloggers: change your twitter settings so that your location is TEHRAN and your time zone is GMT +3.30.  Security forces are hunting for bloggers using location and timezone searches.  If we all become ‘Iranians’ it becomes much harder to find them.
  5. Don’t blow their cover! If you discover a genuine source, please don’t publicise their name or location on a website.  These bloggers are in REAL danger. Spread the word discretely through your own networks but don’t signpost them to the security forces. People are dying there, for real, please keep that in mind.
  6. Denial of Service attacks. If you don’t know what you are doing, stay out of this game. Only target those sites the legitimate Iranian bloggers are designating.  Be aware that these attacks can have detrimental effects to the network the protesters are relying on.  Keep monitoring their traffic to note when you should turn the taps on or off.
  7. Do spread the (legitimate) word, it works!  When the bloggers asked for twitter maintenance to be postponed using the #nomaintenance tag, it had the desired effect. As long as we spread good information, provide moral support to the protesters, and take our lead from the legitimate bloggers, we can make a constructive contribution.

Please remember that this is about the future of the Iranian people, while it  might be exciting to get caught up in the flow of participating in a new meme, do not lose sight of what this is really about.


despre marea azov!!

Posted in eco-anarhism, globalism by gheorghe on 20/11/2007

am primit azi raspuns aici referitor la posibilitatea de merge si a ajuta la curatirea tarmurilor marii azov de produse petroliere.


chestia cu FSB si zona de frontiera chiar m-a derutat, ma simt „back in URSS”. Interesant pentru ce este nevoie acolo de posturi de graniceri? Ce pazesc ei acolo? Marea Azov este o mare interioara, inchisa. Accesul din exterior fiind limitat.

despre calatorii

Posted in globalism by gheorghe on 10/11/2007

scriu acest post in special pentu acei care calatoresc mult, si care nu vreau sa cheltuie bani pe numere in hotel.

Hospitalityclub este o retea globala de persoane de ajutor mutual pentru acei care calatoresc. Ideea centrala este de a oferi adapost pentru persoanele care calatoresc. Scopul este de a promova prietenia si pacea (stiu ca suna banal si pompos) prin schimburile de la om la om, prin promovarea contactului direct dintre purtatorii diferitelor culturi.

La nivel practic aceasta inseamna ca daca ati nimerit intr-un oras in care nu aveti nici un cunoscut la care sa stati, inscriindu-va ca membru HC, puteti accesa baza de date a retelei si sa va uitati daca in acel oras este cineva care ar putea sa va ajute cu spatiu pentru dormit. daca gasiti pe cineva care ar putea sa va gazduiasca, luati legatura cu el, si in dependenta de caz, va spune ca va poate acomoda, sau nu, sau nu va raspunde de loc.

In lume exista citeva retele de acest gen, inclusiv si unul pentu biciclisti. Printre cele mai mari retele pot aminti de hospitaliyclub.org si couchsurfing.com, de exemplu hospitalityclub are 328629 de membri, iar Couchsurfing 339673 de membri. O noua si ambitioasa retea este www.bewelcome.org , nascuta ca o reactie la lipsa transparentei din HospitalityClub.

Un alt instrument indespensabil folsit des in calatorii este autostopul (hitchhiking), mai multe despre asta aflati pe www.hitchwiki.org.

Ca un offtopic voi spune ca Moldova este cunoscuta mult si datorita discutiilor Limba Romana – limba moldoveneasca. Iar Hitchwiki.org nu a evitat asemenea discutii, aici si aici, sunt giteva schimburi de replici legate de problema limbei, si nu numai.

toate aceste retele au un caracter participativ, fiecare poate adauga orice el considera necesar. Nu in ultimul rind ele au ca subtext o puternica motivare ideologica. Poti invata mai mult despre realitatea care te inconjoara calatorind si interactionind direct cu purtatorii unei altei culturi sau care vorbesc o alta limba.