A great visualization by Good Magazine and the Lifelong Friendship Society on Internet censorship around the world.
Video by: Andrew Bouvé , Danielle Flug, Rus Garofalo, Lindsay Utz, Morgan Currie
Music by: Fred Sargolini
- i-Patriot, Censorship, Internet 2 and the day the routers died
- Internet: Make the web a safer place and provide firewall data
- Internet: Reporters without Borders 2006 List of “Internet Black-Holes”
- Data Visualization: Web Trend Map 2007
Last week again saw strong discussions on the changes happening on the Internet, this time fueled by an video where Lawrence Lessig provided insides on an potential i-Patriot Act ante portas – similar to the 9/11 crashing of civil rights. Watch the “video” or read “the highlights” of it – the points raised make a lot of sense in the context of the changes seen the last 12/24 months.
When listening to the discussions it reminded us of the song “The day the routers died” from the RIPE 55 conference. While definitely not intended to be political in the context of an i-Patriot act it gets a completely new twist (particularly some of the verses)…
With more and more people using ADSL broadband and always on Internet connections, we believe it might be time for a little reminder. Support the SANS Internet Storm Center and provide firewall logs to the DShield database. The Internet Storm Center (ISC) is an initiative of the SANS Institute, one of the most reputable computer [...]
To initiate their 24-hour online demo against Internet censorship the international campaign organization Reporters without Borders has published their 2006 list of “Internet Black holes” – countries that censor and don’t provide free access to the Internet. Everyone is invited to connect to the Reporter without Borders website between 11 a.m. on 7 November and [...]
Another trend map in the form of a tube map. Seemingly these “tube maps” are getting rather popular this year. This trend map from Information Architects Japan shows all the big players, the current Internet trends and how they’re connected…