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The Fappening e quello che possiamo (dobbiamo) imparare

Article at quoting Loz Kaye. Article in Italian, original quote follows:


Pirate Party Leader Loz Kaye said:

"Recent leaks of nude photos are obviously a major and callous breach of privacy. They also serve as a wake up call to tech firms that they have a responsibility to protect their customers' data.

But at the end of the day the real responsibility is on individuals not to be douchebags and violate people's personal lives. That takes active moral choice for which there is no quick technological or legislative solution.

What is clear is that we live in a society that increasingly accepts attacks on privacy, by individuals, the press and the state. After all, less famous men and women have their private lives exposed all too frequently.. Equally the mass surveillance state has gone as far as to intercept often sexually explicit images via webcams through the 'Optic Nerve' operation.

It's time to turn that tendency around. The key is consent, and building a society that values consent."


Optic Nerve operation background:

Thursday, 4 September, 2014 (All day)

Pirate King Loz Kaye

Interview with Loz in Economic Survivor by Russell Cavanagh.

Sunday, 10 August, 2014 - 12:00

Bskyb: Copyright reform for digital services would 'do more harm than good'

Article at The Inquirer about BskyB claiming that now is not the right time for copyright reform, saying it likely would do more harm than good. The Inquirer notes that The UK Pirate Party calls for an overhaul of copyright and intellectual property policy, calling for "a law that reflects the digital age". This article links to our magazine article Copyright Reform: We're Getting Somewhere.

Thursday, 19 June, 2014 - 11:00

Vote Brixton: The candidates speak

Brixton Blog publishes a short piece from local candidates including Vassall ward's Mark Chapman, standing for Pirate Party UK.

Sunday, 11 May, 2014 - 12:00

UK web users face a backdoor Digital Economy Act

Loz is quoted in an article at The Inquirer about deal between BPI and ISPs to send 'piracy' warning letters.

Friday, 9 May, 2014 - 12:00


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