In the following Video Andreas Bogk and Ralf Bendrath talk about the technical and political aspect of deep packet inspection. DPI is a technique to analyze Internet traffic, either to speed-up/slow-down certain protocols and programs or to alter/delete web content. This method is used by Chinese government and ISPs all over the world. also check […]
The video of Tim Wu’s speech on „Net Neutrality and Free Speech“ was finally uploaded three hours ago. I am watching it right now, so i can’t tell you what it is about in detail, but if you have seen the interview I bogged on him, you get a rough overview. Tim Wu is not […]
In the following speech Jeff Jarvis talks about the paradox of Germans. For him it is strange that Germans on the one hand care deeply about their privacy and on the other hand visiting mixed saunas. Although I do not share most of Jeff“s opinions, I still have great respect for the way he thinks […]
I just read on netzpolitik.org about the WikiLeaks presentation being online. The introduction is German, but the actual presentation is in English. here it is, have fun watching.
There are really two common ways of limiting the internet access: Domain Name System (DNS) redirecting and Deep packet inspection (DPI). What is Domain Name System? In order to make it understandable for people, who are not into the whole Internet technology I will ignore irrelevant exceptions in my following explanation. DNS is the method […]
re:publica is a is an international conference that’s all about weblogs, media and the digital society. Since 2007 the re:publica is held once a year in Berlin. This year’s conference was from April 14th to April 16th. I am looking forward to some of the speeches held there, but since they are not online jet, […]
Video: Interview mit Daniel Schmitt von Wikileaks auf der republica 2010 (5:23) Hinweis: Bei dem erwähnten Video handelt es sich um folgendes Video aus dem Irak, dass sehr deutlich den Mord mehrerer Zivilisten durch das US Militär zeigt: LINK