Think Twice Three: A Conference for Online Freedom and Global Cooperation

Think Twice Three: A Conference for Online Freedom and Global Cooperation

The next Think Twice conference (TT3) will be held from March 2-4, 2018 in Jerusalem. This is a guest post by PPI – written by Keith Goldstein (PPI Treasurer).  This gathering will bring together academics, business people, non-profit and government officials, as well as activists in general who are concerned about creating a fair and free internet. The event is sponsored by Pirate Parties International, […]

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Israeli Pirates Protest Against Election, Reaches 981 votes

Traditionally Israel has had numerous different parties participating in their elections (in 2013 there were 32). This made the Knesset (Israel’s parliament) raise the threshold from 2% to 3.25% a year ago. In December 2014 the government was dissolved and called for new elections on 17 March 2015. The new limits didn’t deter that many parties from participating, 25 political parties ran for these 2015 elections. […]

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Israeli Activists Protest Against Biometric Database Law using Drones

Israeli Activists Protest Against Biometric Database Law using Drones

  A year ago members of Pirate Party Germany landed a drone in front of Angela Merkel’s campaign rally in Dresden, in order to protest the use of surveillance drones by the EU. This month, Israeli activists used this method of protest against the loss of privacy to the next level. They flew a drone above the private estate of MK Meir Shitrit, a former […]

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Pirates ran in 2013 Israeli Elections

Pirates ran in 2013 Israeli Elections

The Pirates in Israel did not reach the hoped for 2% hurdle that would bring them a place in the 120 seat Knesset but with, at the time of writing, 2,408 votes and so 0.07% of the votes they have a respectable result for a party of about 300 members.

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