I am saying goodbye to Brexit support groups because I am saying goodbye to the UK and London, to my chance to live there. It’s a damned website, but these groups have been extraordinarily valuable to know ‘what’s going on’. The number of times I have quoted them to explain the situation or situations that have led me to take the decisions I have taken.Continue reading
Just a few days into lockdown I could not access any of the riseup pages or services from my computer (and the adventure that followed ended up in the workshop that two friends and i will stream today 30th of January from 3pm in Madrid and Berlin, 2pm in London, with an option to ask questions on IRC).Continue reading
Summary of the technical report and the current status of the WomenOnWeb
22 May 2020
Since the end of January 2020, the information website on abortion Women on Web is being blocked in Spanish territory. As described in a detailed technical report published on the 5th of May, several Internet Service Providers (ISPs) are blocking the website. In the absence of confirmation from the ISP companies, we can only speculate that this blockade could arise as an initiative of the Ministry of Health, through the Spanish Agency of Medicines and Health Products (AEMPS for its acronym in Spanish). Despite the fact that Women On Web has been operating all over the world for years thanks to its unquestionable rigour in the medical and legal field, its website is being censored silently, without any legal intervention and without giving any explanation about the existence of the blockade itself to the users.Continue reading
Since pepephone blocked me from accessing riseup.net, the people from the magma guide know how to contact me, and so they did, when they noticed that the website http://womenonweb.org/, which offers information on contraceptive and abortion options and pills on donation, was blocked by all major Spanish internet service providers (ISPs). I couldn’t give them reason apart from confirming that pepephone also blocks it, so I asked some people from hackmeeting and sindominio. A commotion was raised, articles were written in Catalan, in Spanish, in English. The website seems still blocked today. Even though it can be accessed over TOR and some VPN. Apparently the Opera browser offers some free VPN. (So do riseup.net and aktivix.org but you need a friend to introduce you).Continue reading
I had planned for this to be the last post in this blog with its equivalent in Spanish but I will continue to publish here. I have been accepted in the of sindominio.net community and I will publish Spanish-only texts there in https://sindominio.net/anam. For texts both in English and Spanish, still here in https://ana.aktivix.org in English.
Chris (link to your data trafficking corporation) takes the dog out twice a day, in the morning to the mountain and in the afternoon to the river. He is a big dog; when adopting him people who seem to be very expert observed that he wouldn’t need less than two hours a day of walking, making him run – throwing some lure to make him run to get it, for example.Continue reading
I couldn’t access any riseup page http://riseup.net using the ADSL provided by PepePhone for two days
Here is a screenshot
I asked both riseup and Pepephone people. On twitter.
In riseup they told me that they saw no problems, and in fact the site was well accessed from other parts of Europe.Continue reading
Fifty people from different provinces demonstrated on 28 December outside the gates of the industrial complex of the Maxam-Expal arms factory, formerly known as “Explosivos Riotinto”, now exports arms.
At three o’clock in the morning a group of runners left Santander. So did the group leaving Burgos a little later.
More than 500 people from various cities of Castile and beyond came to Aranda to demonstrate by dancing and singing on Friday 21st December.Continue reading
It is a tradition in some parts of the world that families go to the cemetery where their dead rest every first of November, at least to arrange the gravestones and lay flowers.
But some of the dead do not rest in cemeteries, but in mass graves, in the same place where they were gunned down.Continue reading