Internet Society of NY: Isaac Wilder on Freedom Network

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Isaac Wilder – The Internet is for Everyone

Internet Society New York Chapter President David Solomonoff interviews Isaac Wilder and Marcus Eagan of the Free Network Foundation at the FreedomBox Hackfest at Columbia Law School NYC on Feb 18 2012

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Feb 9

Internet Society of NY: Eben Moglen on Freedom Box

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Eben Moglen – Freedom in the Cloud

ISOC-NY1710-02 Eben Moglen’s “Freedom in The Cloud’ presentation at NYU Feb 5 2010.

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Feb 9

Berto Jongman: OuterNet – Free Online Access from Outer Space – Starting with NYC?

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Forget the Internet – soon there will be the OUTERNET: Company plans to beam free Wi-fi to every person on Earth from space

An ambitious project known as Outernet is aiming to launch hundreds of miniature satellites into low Earth orbit by June 2015 Each satellite will broadcast the Internet to phones and computers giving billions of people across the globe free online access Citizens of countries like China and North Korea that have censored online activity could be given free and unrestricted cyberspace ‘There’s really nothing that is technically impossible to this’

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Daily Mail Reporter, February 2014

You might think you have to pay through the nose at the moment to access the Internet.

But one ambitious organisation called the Media Development Investment Fund (MDIF) is planning to turn the age of online computing on its head by giving free web access to every person on Earth.

Known as Outernet, MDIF plans to launch hundreds of satellites into orbit by 2015.

And they say the project could provide unrestricted Internet access to countries where their web access is censored, including China and North Korea.

Using something known as datacasting technology, which involves sending data over wide radio waves, the New York-based company says they’ll be able to broadcast the Internet around the world.

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