Netzrauschen #020 | „Aarons Law“ Renate Kreil und Ricardo Ginés

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Netzrauschen
  • Netzrauschen #020 | "Aarons Law" und Artist in Residence Ricardo Ginés
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In this episode of Netzrauschen Andreas talks with Renate Kreil from the Austrian NetArt coordination center on the cooperation project „Aaron’s law“. Aaron Swartz, along with Edward Snowden and Julien Assange, is considered one of the most important Internet activists to date, who strongly shaped and influenced the development of the Internet in his short lifetime. For Aaron, it was impossible to develop technological innovations without thinking about the socio-political consequences. Further we elaborate with mur.at Artist in Residence 2023 Ricardo Ginés (Tactical Tech) on Aarons spirit and impact on the here and now, why is archiving so (un)sexy again? and strategies on DIY-archiving.

 

 

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