Fwd: [HaCkmEeTiNg] Crackdown on rights - police raid in germanyGermany, Switzerland, France, China, Canada]
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pagina del grupo atacado
material utilizado en la protesta contra LUFTANSA
--- xavi <xavi en sindominio.net> wrote:
> La represión contra los netstrikes se extiende más
> allá de Italia...
> Re-enviat De: blicero <blicero en autistici.org>
> > Hi all!
> > Not so sure about some of the previous examples of
> a "crackdown on
> > rights", especially where nazi sites are
> concerned. But yesterday a
> > major act of repression against netactivism took
> place in Germany.
> > Maybe that's a story for a related feature....
> Here's a translation of
> > the current top-feature on IMC Germany (also on
> > org/front.php3?article_id=75749&group=webcast):
> > Police Raid against Online Demonstrators
> > In the morning hours of October 17th, police
> officers broke into the
> > office of the initiative 'Libertad!' and
> confiscated all computers as
> > well as several harddiscs, cdroms and documents.
> The background of this
> > is the online demonstration on June 20th this
> year, to which 'Libertad!'
> > had mobilised, to protest against the deportation
> of refugees by the
> > airline 'Deutsche Lufthansa AG'.
> > In addition, the homes of those responsible for
> the websites of the
> > group 'Libertad!' and sooderso.de , were searched.
> Here, police took
> > away 6 computers and more than a hundred cdroms.
> According to the
> > search order of the court [Amtsgericht] Frankfurt,
> 13,614 people had
> > taken part in the action on the 20th of June.
> Because Lufthansa claims
> > it has suffered economic damage by the more than
> 1.2 million page-hits
> > during the action, police denounce the
> online-action as 'Noetigung',
> > and the calls for protests declared by more than
> 150 participating
> > human rights groups and refugee-councils as
> 'Anstiftung zu Straftaten' [
> > encitement to criminal damage]. "This is an attack
> on the freedom of
> > demonstrations" said Anne Morell, who had
> officially announced the
> > online demonstration on the 10th of June to the
> > administration office 'Ordnungsamt' Cologne. "It
> is a scandal that 13.
> > 000 demonstrators are criminalized, whereas
> enterprises, making profits
> > from deportations, can do their business in the
> internet", an activist
> > said angrily.
> > The police raids caused a lot of material damage.
> All doors were broken
> > in the Third-World-House of Frankfurt, where in
> addition to Libertad,
> > also the amnesty international group and many
> other initiatives have
> > their offices. Inspite of hints by the
> Libertad-operator, the chair of
> > the Third-World-House was not informed by the
> police. Instead the
> > officers preferred to break the entrance-door. In
> contrary to the
> > search order itself, the officers raided the
> offices of all the other
> > initiatives in the house. The Libertad!
> Initiative, which has existed
> > since 1993 and which is involved with support for
> political prisoners,
> > see their work hindered heavily by the
> confiscation of the 10 computers
> > and important documents. Meanwhile a
> software-toolkit for online-
> > demonstrations has been put to the web on the
> homepage of the online-
> > demonstrators. "We hope, that e-protest in the age
> of e-commerce will
> > rise" said Anne Morell "and we call all democrats
> and opposers of
> > deportation to protest against this
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