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Why Suzie Dawson was removed from Pursuance

When passionate people work on important projects, tempers can flare. Unfortunately, this can lead to organizational problems which are insurmountable, and action must be taken in order for the project as a whole to proceed. 302 more words

Pursuance

Barrett Brown's statement on Julian Assange's admission of Trump collusion

Pursuance founder Barrett says:

Here’s my video statement on @JulianAssange, re: why lying about whether you’re collaborating with a campaign while releasing info about the other one, and asking that campaign to help you create the “perception” of neutrality, is wrong.

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Pursuance

Pursuance Project

The pursuance system is the world’s first comprehensive framework for process democracy. That is, it allows individuals with no prior relationship to self-organize into robust, agile entities governed via a “proceduralism of agreement.” These entities, called pursuances, in turn engage and collaborate among themselves to whatever extent they choose, leading ultimately to a vast and formidable ecosystem of opposition to institutionalized injustice.

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Pursuance Project

Just listened to a podcast/radio show with Ken Webster Jr. interviewing Barrett Brown. For those who don’t know, Barrett and a number of other individuals have started an online collaborative system known as the Pursuance Project. 788 more words

Exclusive to WhoWhatWhy: The Barrett Brown Podcast

The Barrett Brown Podcast

Barrett Brown (left), Suzie Dawson and John Kiriakou Photo credit: Barrett

Brown, Suzie Dawson, Slowking4 / Wikimedia (CC BY-NC)

Barrett Brown talks with CIA whistleblower John Kiriakou and with Suzie Dawson, the head of New Zealand’s Internet Party. 42 more words

Podcasts

#AntiSpyBill Event Tonight Featuring Lauri Love, Kim Dotcom, Lee Camp, Suzi Dawson, and more

Tonight the Internet Party of New Zealand is hosting a major international event live online, featuring interviews with internet eminents including Internet Party founder Kim Dotcom, alleged hacktivist and Cryptosphere contributor Lauri Love, political refugee and new Internet Party head Suzi Dawson, the irrepressible Lee Camp, and more. 327 more words

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Barrett Brown: Standing Up for Journalistic Freedom

Field of Vision – Relatively Free

Alex Winter (2016)

Field of Vision is the first media interview journalist Barrett Brown gave (in November 2016) after spending four years in federal prison. 237 more words

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