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Introducing MondoNet: 10 Keys to a Free and Open Network

TEDxUSC presentation for MondoNet.org by Aram Sinnreich (sinn@rutgers.edu)
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Aram Sinnreich

on 16 June 2011

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Transcript of Introducing MondoNet: 10 Keys to a Free and Open Network

Egypt NY Times, 1/29/11 Iran Reuters, 6/22/09 Broadband Duopoly* 97% of Americans face a Four Companies* Wireless communications
are dominated in the US by *soon to be three? Government
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11010001 "Code is Law." v. Secure 1v. Unsurveillable 111. Censor-proof 11. Universally
Accessible 1. Decentralized v1. Scalable v11. Permanent ix. Independent x. Evolvable v111. Fast (enough) Traditional Wireless Architecture Ad-hoc Wireless
Mesh Network http://mondonet.org What would such
a network look like? Information
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11010001 Promising
Initiatives Introducing
MondoNet 10 Keys to a Free and Open Network Aram Sinnreich
Rutgers University We need a new network. Policy Debates Cultural Resistance
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