So I say to you: Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you. For everyone who asks receives; the one who seeks finds; and to the one who knocks, the door will be opened.

Luke 11:9

What Can We Do Against Unethical Content on Decentralized Systems?

Introduction

With the emerge of increasing state&corporate surveillance and censorship, there
is an opposite reaction: Decentralization.

As our technological capabilities developed, our techniques are evolving too. Formerly, there were central servers and clients; then we created distributed architectures, where everyone (with enough resources) can build up a server. After, P2P is born; but some of them were not completely decentralized(BitTorrent), and the ones which completely decentralized(Freenet, Retroshare, …) are slow for daily usage.

But this will change.

We are developing strong cryptography software, creating overlay networks and even building a new network infrastructure. It gets harder, harder and harder to control these things but this comes with some negative effects.
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Taksim Gezi Park protests (15th June 2013)

geziparkarchive

You can access a copy of geziparkarchive, compiled by the people who wanted to create “A Visual Archive of Gezi Park Protests”, in arsiv.boramalper.org.

I hope that you will like this ~85GB sized archive. :)

EDIT: I’m sad to announce but the content have been removed due to request of my hosting provider because of it’s size. I would likely accept offers for storing it; if you are interested, please send me an e-mail so we can try to transfer it.

EDIT: I’m happy to announce that Internet Archive is hosting is right now: geziparkarsiv.tar