ricardo dominguez on 13 Mar 2001 00:24:05 -0000

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[Nettime-bold] Re: <nettime> Hackers: the political heroes of cyberspace + URL target for NeTstrike

> So all in all, we are faced with a new threat, much worse than
> net.art, Hacktivism becoming the latest media item of affection and
> people like THEM becoming known as leading protagonists in this
> oh so very exciting field where technology, art and politics merge...

Damn!! Now Hacktivism is dead.


p.s. i know...it always/already was...
p.p.s. i know...it was only bad idea gone wrong
p.p.p.s i know...it should never have been attempted
p.p.p.p.s i know...never mix technology, art and politics
p.p.p.p.p.s i know...i forgot something else that is very important...

> > Stuart Millar, technology correspondent
> > Thursday March 8, 2001
> > The Guardian
> >
> > Hackers, the most maligned species of the digital age, will tonight be
> > declared the ideological heirs to the great protest movements of the
> > and 20th centuries.
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