Eternal September, the rise of amateur culture exhibition at Aksioma, curated by Valentina Tanni. From internet folklore to the deja vu “on the screen” an exploration of “amateur culture” quickly corroding certainties. http://www.aksioma.org/eternal.september/index.html
29.04.02 Vietnamese dissident arrested for his lyrics on the net + Censorship of the Deutsche Bahn to Google.
– In Hanoi (Vietnam) was arrested Pham Hong Son (pictured) for having translated, among others, 'What is Democracy', an article published in English on the website of the local U.S. embassy. According to the Government Son would "transmitted and received documents against the state." To spread the news the network Parisian Reporters Sans Frontiers (RSF), which is specified as two other dissidents have been arrested in a month. Le Chi Quang Tran Khue and in fact had expressed opinions contrary to the agreement on the borders with China, agreement not yet made public.
– The Deutsche Bahn, the German railway company, is suing Google to get the removal of links to two articles that provide instructions on how to sabotage these means of transport. The publication was edited by Radikal tested anarchist, and according to a lawyer for the DB has been used by some groups who were protesting against the transport of radioactive materials. Goggle has removed all links indicted, although some pages are still available in the cache. Radikal had already encountered problems in the past (see Process for Radikal. ), but had found hospitality at the Dutch provider xs4all, who also suffered a judgment for the removal of its pages. The latter has blocked only the home page, requesting further information from the judge especially on why the material should be considered outlaws by the Dutch legislation. In the procedure of xs4all there is the request because of the removal of the material has become urgent, when the same is already online for five years. Not to mention the mirror Radikal, scattered around the world.