(United States Pirate Party 2012) No safe harbor


No safe harbor: essays about pirate politics. Reykjavik, Iceland: United States Pirate Party; 2012. Available from: http://www.nosafeharbor.com/. Accessed 2012 Jan 26. Archived by WebCite at http://www.webcitation.org/64zLmPIIm.

An anthology of 20 selections about issues central to the concerns of the U.S. Pirate Party, divided into three categories. A good resource for seeing how the apparently narrow Pirate Party core issues pertaining to intellectual property tie in pervasively with much broader social and economic factors. Table of contents:

Government and Corporate Transparency and Accountability

  • Marcus Kesler Assassinating citizens
  • Ryan Moffitt The worst part of citizenship
  • Howard Denson The parable of the pasture
  • Reagen Dandridge Desilets Indie authors shaking the pillars of publishing
  • Andrew “K’Tetch” Norton Breaking the two party two-step
  • William Sims Bainbridge Fluid democracy
  • Kembrew McLeod Privatizing life
  • Andrew “K’Tetch” Norton Killing the corporate person

Privacy

  • danah boyd “Real names” policies are an abuse of power
  • Travis McCrea Criminal of innocence
  • Ryan Moffitt Privacy now, nothing later
  • Travis McCrea Personal privacy
  • The Electronic Frontier Foundation Notes on the 4th Amendment
  • Loreley McTavish No safe quarter
  • The United Nations The Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Intellectual Property

  • Rick Falkvinge History of copyright
  • Cory Doctorow The DRM sausage factory
  • Lawrence Lessig Pirates
  • Brad Hall Questions concerning copyright
  • Kembrew McLeod This gene is your gene

 

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