Corporate empires and internet pirates: Fighting the anti-file sharing law

On 1 September 2011, the National Government's war on internet piracy will begin in earnest as the Copyright (Infringing File Sharing) Amendment Act comes into force.

The new law signals a new attack on the rights of people to share and consume culture on the information highway, but the facts of the new law are little known.

On Thursday 25 August at Unite Union come hear two speakers discuss the implications of the new law and how we can fight it.

Speakers: Alex Manson, internet freedom activist/IT specialist & Nick Merrington, Socialist Aotearoa

Read more: Govt could fall victim to Skynet law | 13 reasons to oppose the anti-sharing law | Understand the basics of the 3 strike law | No one's safe from Skynet law -Expert

Where: Unite Union office, 6a Western Springs Rd, Kingsland.
When: 7pm 25 August 2011

Socialist Aotearoa branch meeting and forum. Our fortnightly meeting to discuss political issues and organise activism. All welcome.

Facebook Event


Popular posts from this blog

Commentary fron an American member of Socialist Aotearoa

Jacinda Ardern’s Resignation Is Anything But Simple - It’s Time For The Left To Organise

AS CAPITALISM CRASHES< THE RESISTANCE GATHERS! Rally Against Low Pay- $15 per hour minimum wage now!