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Richard Barbrook

Dr. Richard Barbrook was educated at Cambridge, Essex and Kent universities. During the early-1980s, he was involved in pirate and community radio broadcasting. He helped to set up Spectrum Radio, a multi-lingual station operating in London, and published extensively on radio issues.

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    Michael Seemann

    Michael Seemann studied Applied Cultural Studies in Lüneburg. Since 2005 he is active on the internet with various projects. He founded twitkrit.de and Twitterlesung.de ('reading Twitter'), organized various events and runs the popular podcast wir.muessenreden.de. In 2010 he began the blog CTRL-verlust, about the loss of control over data on the internet. In 2014 he published Das neue Spiel after a successful crowdfunding campaign. Now he blogs at mspr0.de and writes for various media like Rolling Stone, TIME online, SPEX, Spiegel Online, c't and the DU magazine. He gives lectures on whistleblowing, privacy, copyright, internet culture and the crisis of institutions in times of Kontrollverlust.

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    Volker Grassmuck

    Media sociologist and author. Currently he is a visiting reasearcher at the Research Group on Public Policy for Access to Information (GPOPAI) at the School for Arts, Sciences and Humanities (EACH) of the University of São Paulo. He was project lead of the conference series Wizards-of-OS.org and of the copyright information portal iRights.info, co-founded mikro-berlin.org and privatkopie.net and has published among others: ?Freie Software zwischen Privat- und Gemeineigentum,? Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung, Bonn 2002.

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    Interfund report 

    Subject: [Interfund] - Create Your Own Solutions
    Date: 03.12.98, 21:54:24

    Interfund meeting  {AT}  Xchange Unlimited, Riga November 29, 1998.

    During the Xchange Unlimited Baltic New Media Culture Festival in Riga a meeting was held to discuss the creation of the Interfund. The participants were Diana McCarty, Rasa Smite, Manu Luksch, Pit Schultz, Eric Kluitenberg, and others.

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      Tactical Media, the Second Decade 

      The tactical media concept originates in post-1989 Europe when political change coincided with a wild phase in thinking about media technologies. It was the decade when both artists and activists started to discover digital technologies on a massive scale. Prizes dropped and expectations rose to incredible heights.

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       Furtherfield

      Furtherfield is an artist organisation founded by artists Ruth Catlow and Marc Garrett in 1997 and sustained by the work of its community as the Internet took shape as a new public space for internationally connected cultural production.

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      Connected Archives @DEAF 07, in Rotterdam 

      Expert meeting (morning) and public presentations (afternoon) during the Dutch Electronic Art Festival (DEAF) 2007.
      Organised by de Balie and Portsmouth University, ISEA and V2_ In collaboration with Virtual Platform.

      Thursday 12 April
      Expert meeting: 10.00 ? 13.00
      Public presentations: 15.00 ? 18.00

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      Micha Cárdenas

      Micha Cárdenas is a Lecturer in the Visual Arts Department and Critical Gender Studies Program at University of California San Diego (USCD), a transgender performance and new media artist and theorist. She is a researcher at the Experimental Game Lab at CRCA and at CalIT2. Her work deals with the interplay of technology, gender, sex and biopolitics. She currently lives and works in San Diego and Los Angeles.

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      Drazen Pantic

      Mathematician and open-source developer Drazen Pantic was deeply involved with Serbian Radio B92 in Pozarevac, Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic's home town.

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        Alessandro Ludovico

        From 1993 is the editor in chief of Neural, the Italian/English new media culture magazine.

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