On Monday 18 February 2013 The Polish Pirate Party announced that is has gained official registration as a political party
As with all raw materials is water is also not indefinitely available. If water becomes a commodity in the conventional sense, it means: increasing demand will decrease the quantity available and prices will rise.
Next weekend, Saturday 23 February 2013, citizens are being called to action in the defence of privacy.
In January we had 36 things flattred by 19 unique users. In total we were flattred 79 times this month and received Euro 22.40 in support for our work. We are about to launch a few more parts to Pirate Times (a podcast and translations into Spanish and French) were we might use some of your donations to improve our news service. Every donation we get is very important and means a lot to us. As one of our authors wrote: “I think I’ve never been made so happy by 43 cents”
Today we celebrate six months of being a pirate news service. During our first 183 days of activity we have managed to publish 120 articles, creating an average of 470 words per day. We have attracted 45 966 visitors where 79.6% of them came from Europe.
Students are generally interested in the type of politics that the Pirate Party has and thus make a good audience. Talking in a school gives you an opportunity to inform about your important political issues. It also gives an opportunity to attract new voters or members for your party.
The Pirate Times takes care to ensure that all media that is sourced from outside our own group have a (CC) Creative Commons license. In the same spirit all our work is published under the licenses attribution and share alike. Unfortunately and embarrassingly many Pirates and even Pirate Parties post content to the web or in print with “all rights reserved”.
Distributing leaflets to letterboxes is an effective and cost effective way to get the Pirate message out there. We give you a few ideas how to maximise the effectiveness of this campaign activity.
During the months of December and January the Pirate movement grew with 6.509 followers on Facebook and 6.815 followers on twitter. This brings the total amount of people following a pirate party on Facebook or twitter to 675.176 people.
Government information and services are increasingly provided online. Basically a good thing, but if these services are not provided in an accessible way, some groups of people may have a problem because they can’t take part (any more) in these processes.