Hackers On Planet
2000 July 14 - 16
JELLO BIAFRA H2K KEYNOTE SPEECH NOW ONLINE
It took us long enough but we finally have started sorting through the many hours of H2K material. Over the next few weeks, audio transcripts of many sessions will be posted here. Videos will also be available soon.
The Jello Biafra keynote speech took place on Saturday, July 15, 2000. In this historic cultural exchange between the punk rock icon/free speech activist and the hacker community, Jello manages to draw powerful connections despite not having any actual computer experience. He addresses issues such as corporate control of the media, the presidential election, censorship, the future of the Internet, Napster, pirate radio, online activism, and hackers.
Excerpts from this speech will be appearing on the new Jello Biafra CD, due out this month.
The trial started the day after H2K ended.
- ZDtv Spotlight glares on DeCSS Debate
- NY Times DVD Case Will Test Reach of Digital Copyright Law
- ZDTV Hacker 'zine 2600 in court Monday
- Reuters New York court case pits Hollywood vs. Hackers
- CNET DVD cracking case moves into court
- Financial Times Court to Test DVD Copyright
- MSNBC Hollywood vs. Hackers
- The Standard Studios vs. Hacker Trial Might Be a Big Deal
- Wall St Journal Web Piracy Is Hitting Hollywood Sooner Than the Studios Thought
- Yahoo New York Court Case Pits Hollywood Vs. Hackers
- ZDnet DeCSS in court: DVDs can be cracked
- BBC Hackers' hero faces piracy test case
- ABC News Hollywood Takes on Hackers (AP)
- Salon.Com Code on trial
- Wired Teen Hacking Idol Hits Big Apple (Re: Jon Johansen)
- ABC News Editor of `Hacker Quarterly' defends publishing DVD software (AP)
- NY Times Norwegian Teenager Appears at Hacker Trial He Sparked
- Alta Vista DVD Case Charges Denied (AP)
- c|net Hollywood looks to kill hyperlinks in copyright fights
- Variety DVD Copyrights On Trial
- NY Times Free Speech Rights For Computer Code?
- Wired Court to Address DeCSS T-Shirt
- c|net MPAA Lacks Evidence In DVD Case
Order of the Court in 2600/MPAA Case
- c|net Judge halts Posting of DVD Cracking Code
- ZDnet DeCSS ruling: Free speech at stake
- 2600.com 2600 loses MPAA lawsuit - appeal planned
- 2600.com MPAA starts new round of threatening letters
- Salon.com A bug in the legal code?
- c|net MP3.com yanks song with illegal DVD-hacking code
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Speaking of research, Here's a plea for Video footage:
Date: Mon, 24 Jul 2000 19:23:35 PDT
From: anne o'neill <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: Are your articles on H2K on the web?
I am still travelling away from home, but I anticipate making a
public-access Cable TV production with my footage and any other volunteered
footage. If you find out about other people with video footage, please have
them send me a VHS or S-VHS copy to:
351 Turk St. #504
San Francisco, CA 94102
This web page is curated by
The Cheshire Catalyst as a repository for
"Electronic Press Clippings" of the kind done for the
Cheshire Catalyst's Beyond Hope
Page in 1997 for the
Beyond Hope Conference.
The last one was done sort of "spur of the moment", and wound up being where
linked to from the 2600.Com web site. Since I've found my
in the HOPE (Hackers On Planet Earth) Conference hierarchy (especially as I live
in Florida, and can't otherwise help in preparation for the event), I do my small
bit here to help out.
If you know of a news story or article about H2K on the net, please
e-mail the web address.
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