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Cyber Civil Disobedience

  • Legal definitions
    • Civil Disobedience
    • Public Space
  • Technical possibilities
  • Activist practices
    • Greenpeace
    • Extinction Rebellion


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February 2021

  • Idea: send emails/letters to your "representative"!
    • goal: create pressure on the politicians , by their "constituencies"
    • least work for the "participants" (more for organising) : automate it all! (provide 1-5 drafts, like a petition), and provide the email addresses in the drop-down menu
    • More work than petition, more impact than a tweet
    • achieve _personal_ contact with the politician!
    • something like this have helped with the action against ACTA/TTIP

Public Internet

October 2020

  • Telstra routing flub affects hundreds of networks worldwide


Notes dump for the GP workshop

open data sources and visualisations and analysis

open data sources


panama papers

financial data!

covid government response


Figs!! &

open source tools

How to run a sustainability science research group sustainably?

SDG workshops 25.9. (mostly in Dutch!)

SOMO: Centre for Research on Multinational Corporations

+ Jupyter Notebooks are a web-based environment for creating collaborative documents supporting several programming languages, allowing researchers and data scientists to easily collaborate and reproduce experiments using original data sets."

“a new workflow management system, designed for modern infrastructure and powered by the open-source Prefect Core workflow engine. Users organize Tasks into Flows, and Prefect takes care of the rest.”

OWNERSHIP of the Internet

June 2018

the extensions the internet has spawned now greatly outweigh the original network: billions of smartphones and other devices, and cloud-computing factories the size of football fields, containing unimaginable quantities of data.

The political consequences of the internet’s growing centralisation are even more troublesome, if less obvious.

Data is the New Oil


Open data for timetables and tickets, and passenger rights for multi-modal journeys Anyone wanting to book a flight has a dozen or more flight comparison websites available to them, yet no equivalent – a Skyscanner for rail if you like – currently exists.

marleen -> greenpeace -> AZART!!!!

* removing plastic from the ocean * attacking oil platforms * oil-cleanup * protecting fish, instead of catching them

An Animated Map Of Global Covid-19 News Coverage With BigQuery + Carto