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CoinDesk - Bitcoin news, mining, rates and exchanges

CoinDesk - Bitcoin news, mining, rates and exchanges | The P2P Daily | Scoop.it
Giving you Bitcoin news, data analysis & insight into a fast-moving industry where the benchmarks have yet to be set. We are the Voice of Digital Currency.
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The Revolutions Were Tweeted: Visualizing Prominent Information Flows during the Tunisia and Egypt Revolutions

The Revolutions Were Tweeted: Visualizing Prominent Information Flows during the Tunisia and Egypt Revolutions http://t.co/KI15MgUxEu
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Turkish Police Arrest Twitter Users For Posting Photos Of Police Brutality

Turkish Police Arrest Twitter Users For Posting Photos Of Police Brutality | The P2P Daily | Scoop.it
The Turkish government has been outspoken in its criticism of social media users and websites.
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Sharing Economy Gets a Morale Boost from US Mayors

Sharing Economy Gets a Morale Boost from US Mayors | The P2P Daily | Scoop.it
Amid a backdrop of unpleasant regulatory rulings against sharing economy companies like Airbnb, Uber, and Lyft, mayors of several major U.S. cities threw their support behind the trailblazers.
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The Commonification of public services as part of the new commons-based development model

The Commonification of public services as part of the new commons-based development model | The P2P Daily | Scoop.it
Excerpted from Tommaso Fattori: “The commonification of public services is part of an overall paradigm shift: it contributes to building a new commons-based development model, which changes social relations, man-nature relations and finally the...
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Social media’s role in Turkey’s dissent -- New Internationalist

Social media’s role in Turkey’s dissent -- New Internationalist | The P2P Daily | Scoop.it
The spark was a park, but the flame was fanned by the web, says Karin Alexander.
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Social business: a revaluation of all values?

Social business: a revaluation of all values? | The P2P Daily | Scoop.it
  In a recent post on Stowe Boyd’s site he says: “These [social] principles are fundamentally different from most business operations, so I think social can’t just be gravy poured on top of the cur...
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A proposal to consider Public Employment as a Civic Common Pool

A proposal to consider Public Employment as a Civic Common Pool | The P2P Daily | Scoop.it
Excerpted from Danilo D’Antonio: “In the common interest, let me report that the democratization process, begun long time ago with the introduction of the elections, with the advent of our Republics should had be extended also to the Public...
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Using the concept of the social commons to rethink the welfare state

Using the concept of the social commons to rethink the welfare state | The P2P Daily | Scoop.it
Republished from Francine Mestrum (Global Social Justice):
“Why do we use this concept and what do we mean by it?
Firstly, the term ‘social commons’ is meant to be analogous with the protection of the so-called ecological ‘commons’.
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Protests Everywhere (here's why) - Global Guerrillas

Protests Everywhere  (here's why) - Global Guerrillas | The P2P Daily | Scoop.it
We're seeing protests everywhere. From Brazil to Turkey to Egypt. What's going on? Here are some. Once ignited, open source protest is hard to stamp out. Open source protest is usually focused on a single overarching goal.
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Learning from 15M’s Dynamic Nucleus Model of Liquid Decentralised Unity

Learning from 15M’s Dynamic Nucleus Model of Liquid Decentralised Unity | The P2P Daily | Scoop.it
How do you organise a system comprised of millions of parts, with no hierarchical structure nor centralised controlling organ?
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Free Internet Book on Basic Income | freembtranslations.net

Free Internet Book on Basic Income | freembtranslations.net | The P2P Daily | Scoop.it
Here's a link to Ronald Blaschke's From the Basic Income to the Political Movement in Europe: Development and Questions, August 2012, 52 pp from the Rosa (From the Basic Income to the Political Movement in Europe http://t.co/814D3y0j0K...
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The fear of engagement within open source

The fear of engagement within open source | The P2P Daily | Scoop.it
Building a thriving open source community for hardware, science and technology is going to take some intrepid folks who follow their passion instead of following their fear.
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Networked Labour email list and website | ECC 2013 – Communication Platform

Networked Labour email list and website | ECC 2013 – Communication Platform | The P2P Daily | Scoop.it
Networked Labour email list and website | ECC 2013 – Communication Platform http://t.co/mfmswKLkSa via @Diigo
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Sentences for cybercrime and snooping to be tougher across EU

Sentences for cybercrime and snooping to be tougher across EU | The P2P Daily | Scoop.it
EU lawmakers agreed on Thursday (4 July) to toughen criminal penalties across
the European Union for cyberattacks, especially those that include harming
critical national infrastructure and hijacking computers to steal sensitive
data.
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Michel Bauwens responds to Nadia El-Imam’s open letter after the Ouishare Fest

Michel Bauwens responds to Nadia El-Imam’s open letter after the Ouishare Fest | The P2P Daily | Scoop.it
A few weeks ago, Nadia El Imam addressed an open letter to me that was a response to the closing keynote at the OuishareFest in May 2013, where I presented a four-quadrant interpretation of the emerging collaborative economy, with four different...
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Tiberius Brastaviceanu interviewed by Layne Hartsell

Tiberius Brastaviceanu interviewed by Layne Hartsell | The P2P Daily | Scoop.it
Topic of the interview: Sensorica: A P2P Model for High Tech Collaboration
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Anonymous in Context: The Politics and Power Behind the Mask | Science Gallery

Anonymous in Context: The Politics and Power Behind the Mask | Science Gallery | The P2P Daily | Scoop.it
RT @onetruecathal: Gabriella Coleman will be talking about #Anonymous at @ScienceGallery: http://t.co/NOBaY21Idz Bring your Guy Fawlkes mas…
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Elinor Ostrom: The Legacy and the Challenge

Elinor Ostrom: The Legacy and the Challenge | The P2P Daily | Scoop.it
by Joshua Tucker on July 3, 2013 · 0 comments in Newsletters,Obituary,Political Economy From here:The monkey cage The typical strategy of dealing with the challenge of heterogeneity is easily one of the main assumptions that the Ostrom project...
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How a Community Bill of Rights Is Empowering People Against Corporations

How a Community Bill of Rights Is Empowering People Against Corporations | The P2P Daily | Scoop.it
The public interest law firm Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund has coined the term “Community Bill of Rights,” setting standards at the municipal and county levels to privilege environment and health over corporate profit.
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Interview with Michel Bauwens for Basque Innovation Community

Interview with Michel Bauwens for Basque Innovation Community | The P2P Daily | Scoop.it
Really nice chat which covers all the bases of the p2p approach. The conversation was conducted by filmatu, in the context of my visit to Bilbao and the Basque innovation community.
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When can a public service be a commons?

When can a public service be a commons? | The P2P Daily | Scoop.it
Excerpted from Tommaso Fattori:
“To understand in what sense and under what conditions public services can be considered commons, it is necessary to offer some brief notes on what is meant by public service and what by commons.
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Towards the establishment of a Global Climate Commons Regime

Towards the establishment of a Global Climate Commons Regime | The P2P Daily | Scoop.it
Excerpted from John Jopling: “Just as the actions of Henri Dunant and his friends led to the setting up of the International Commission of the Red Cross, so an independent Global Climate Commons Regime can be established by citizens without...
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P2P urbanism project: Revitalizing urban public space using open source technologies

P2P urbanism project: Revitalizing urban public space using open source technologies | The P2P Daily | Scoop.it
A future research project of P2P Lab with a focus on P2P urbanism. If anyone would like to participate or co-operate, he/she may contact project’s co-ordinator Vasilis Niaros.
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Project of the Day: Wasa2il, a participatory democracy software project to make it easy for groups on any scale

Project of the Day: Wasa2il, a participatory democracy software project to make it easy for groups on any scale | The P2P Daily | Scoop.it
We usually do not cover projects under construction in the p2p foundation blog, but we make an exception for this project by Smari McCarthy, available on Github!
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