08-ECD_Hacktivism

08-ECD_Hacktivism - October 17th, 2011 ELECTRONIC CIVIL...

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ELECTRONIC CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE & HACKTIVISM October 17 th , 2011
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Zapatistas: the first “postmodern revolution." Zapatista Army of National Liberation ( Ejército Zapatista de Liberación Nacional , EZLN) "Enough is Enough!"
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Emiliano Zapata
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Digital Zapatismo h"p://www.thing.net/~rdom/ecd/ZapTact.html
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Smurfs and Fraggles and Zombies, oh my! Servers have a bounded capacity to handle requests. Networks have bounded capacity for information traffic. Distributed Denial of Service attacks can use “armies” of client computers across the world to overwhelm the resources on a target system.
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A new social space
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h"p://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O-U-he8LN3k
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Hacktivism
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Other examples leading to 2003
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The ‘net as a communications channel. 1991: During the Gulf War information updates were sent from RELAY chat users in the Middle East to users across the world. 1994: Web pages are used to spread word of the Zapatistas’ plight and to help make plans for action in Mexico. 1999: During the war in Yugoslavia information flowed and citizens gathered
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