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9/11 Paves the Way for New Surveillance Legislation
World-Information.Org (07.11.2001)
Anti-terror Laws Push Communication Interception and Data Sharing / Links
No Surprises
Chris Hables Gray (29.10.2001)
This excerpt from Gray's book, 'Information, Power and Peace' (Routledge 2002) deals with how new information technologies impact the chances for global peace.
Interface as the Key Category of Computer Culture
Non Stop Future, Interface Explorer
Lev Manovich (2001)
Presentation at Interface Explorer Symposium, Vienna, 2001
Folks Out There Have a "Distaste of Western Civilization and Cultural Values"
Edward S. Herman (19.09.2001)
Edward S. Herman, Professor Emeritus of Finance at the Wharton School (Pennsylvania, US), reflects on the terrorist attacks on New York and Washington.
Digital Political Activism
Annie (28.08.2001)
An Interview with Annie. She is part of Indymedia UK and spoke to World-Information.Org about the role of online media in the context of political activism.
Eiserne Faust?
Martin Wassermair | Konrad Becker (2001)
Die Räumungsklage gegen Public Netbase zeigt, dass im Museumsquartier die Angst vor den Künstlern regiert und die kulturelle Dimension des neuen Kunstviertels ins Hintertreffen gerät.
International Copyright: Harmonization, Enforcement & Extension
World-Information.Org (11.07.2001)
The main elements of the TRIPs Agreement, the harmonization of national legislation and the enforcement of IPRs are also key concepts in the WIPO (World Intellectual Property Organization) Copyright Treaty of 1996 and the EU Directive on Copyright and Related Rights in the Information Society of 2001.
Cyborg Society
Chris Hables Gray (05.07.2001)
Chris Hables Gray spoke with Wolfgang Sützl about cyborgs and their implications.
Public Netbase t0 Moves Into Position
Non Stop Future
At the official opening of the Museumsquartier, the net culture institution draws attention to its insecure future and denial of lease.
INPEG - Initiative Against Economic Globalization
Alice Dvorská (01.06.2001)
An Interview with Alice Dvorská.
She works as activist on different aspects of "globalization" and is press agent of INPEG. After her presentation at the World-Information Forum in Vienna, she spoke about state repression on political activists in the Czech Republic.
Post-electoral Yugoslavia
World-Information.Org, World-Information Exhibition Vienna
Zoran Pantelić | Association Apsolutno (16.05.2001)
Zoran Pantelic is a member of the artist group Apsolutno, which was founded in 1993 in Novi Sad. After his dialog tour at the World-Information exhibition in Vienna, he spoke about the current political situation in Yugoslavia.
EU Directive on Copyright
World-Information.Org (14.05.2001)
Controversial Copyright Directive Finally Adopted / Links
"Why leap the digital divide?" Interview (en)
World-Information Forum Vienna
Kunda Dixit (30.04.2001)
An interview with Kunda Dixit, director of Panos South Asia and co-publisher of Himal magazine. After his presentation at the World-Information Forum in Vienna he spoke to WIO about the digital divide and its implications for the global political systems.
Surveillance Technology: "Now people are seeing the dangers and that's important."
Steve Wright (15.04.2001)
Steve Wright is director of the OMEGA foundation, and author of the report on technologies of political control for the European Parliament. He spoke to Wolfgang Sützl about actual developments concerning surveillance technology and his optimism that global surveillance will soon become a political issue.
Disrupting the Bunker
World-Information.Org, WIO Future Heritage Exhibition Brussels
Critical Art Ensemble (02.04.2001)
The Critical Art Ensemble spoke to Wolfgang Sützl about bunkers, non-rational resistance, and the appropriation of uselessness.
"All sort of terminology is filtered through the market"
Pauline Mourik Broekmann, van (12.03.2001)
Pauline van Mourik Broekmann acted as chairperson at the World-Information Forum held in Vienna last November, where she spoke about the concepts of MUTE, globalization and the human cattle behavior.
Digital Copyright
World-Information.Org (01.03.2001)
WIO Pressrelease
"Propaganda is not simply a question of manipulation and disinformation."
World-Information.Org, World-InfoCon Brussels
Philip Hammond (01.03.2001)
Philip Hammond spoke to Wolfgang Sützl after his presentation at the World-InfoCon in Brussels 2001.
Demokratie und Widerstand
Martin Wassermair (2001)
Das politische Aufbäumen der Internetgeneration
The Total Surveillance of Public Space
Steve Wright (10.02.2001)
Everywhere we go, we leave information trails monitored by the credit card companies, who target us with products or can tell when our cards are not being used in normal transaction patterns. Arguably all of this is to our benefit, we are consumers of these products and can choose not to provide this information, or can we?
"What matters most is whether or not there is an intelligence debate at all."
Nicky Hager (02.02.2001)
World-Information.Org researcher Katja Mayer spoke to Nicky Hager about Echelon, the politics of intelligence, and the threat to democratic governance posed by intelligence beyond public accountability.
Please, Pirate My Songs!
World-Information Special IP Edition Geneva 2003
Ignacio Escolar (17.01.2001)
Free distribution of songs over the Internet will not put an end to musical creation, but I hope it will put an end to the abusive practices of the recording industry.
"There are tremendous empowerment possibilities, provided that the technology is in the right hands."
World-Information.Org, World-InfoCon Brussels
Shahidul Alam (12.01.2001)
Wolfgang Sützl spoke to Shahidul Alam during the World-InfoCon in Brussels, in July 2000.
A Global Framework for the Information Society
World-Information.Org, World-InfoCon Brussels
Philippe Quéau (18.12.2000)
World-Information.Org´s chief researcher Wolfgang Sützl spoke to Philippe Quéau about democratic governance in the information society, the seduction of the market, and the protection of the electronic heritage of the future.
Why Leap the Digital Divide? (en)
World-Information Forum Vienna
Kunda Dixit (2000)
The corporate-political structures that govern the information revolution are the same ones that drove the industrial revolution and messed up the earth's ecosystem in the process. The mechanisms by which important political and economic decisions are made have not changed, decision-making is in the same hands, value-systems have not changed. Those are the changes that are required to improve the living standards of the world's two billion desperately poor people.
Closed Networks in an Open Society
Geert Lovink (14.11.2000)
Throughout the eighties and nineties efforts have been put in by engineers and programmers to open up the academic computer networks. Their concern was not only related to access via a modem or terminals. The main battle was fought out on the level of software and network architecture.
The Cyber-Crime Convention in Trouble
World-Information.Org (13.11.2000)
UK/USA vs. European Council / Links
Philip Hammond, Edward S. Herman (eds.), Degraded Capability: The Media and the Kosovo Crisis.
World-Information.Org (05.11.2000)
Bookreview: Degraded Capability: The Media and the Kosovo Crisis gives an insight into the hysteria and misinformation that permeated media coverage of the war, and analyses how the war was reported in different countries around the world.
"A creative virtuality is closely related to affordable spaces"
Geert Lovink (17.10.2000)
An interview with Geert Lovink. The Dutch media theorist and activist on the role of artistic practice in the digital sphere, the need of "Cultural Intelligence" and the overestimation of technology.
"In Austria, the Clock Ticks with a Different Beat"
Martin Wassermair (16.10.2000)
A short story of Public Netbase t0
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