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Google gives you “free” services in exchange of your private data. The data collected is exploited in many ways, mostly for target you with advertising and in the most extreme situations can be turned over spy agencies from governments with way too much computing-power and the wrong dose of paranoia. All your data are belong to U.S.

Obviously, serious business “intelligence services” know that data can produce a lot of sociability; The Data Klubb – just like they do it (really)- is a party where you can exchange your pieces of data and personal information for a free beer. Just that.

The Data Klubb also teamed up with Science Friction, for the launch of “Anarchival: The end-to-end principle”, an interpretation by Bitbureau of some of the material from the Piratbyrån’s archive that follows the narrative of their previous book pwer.brocoli.kopimi.

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*Anarchival: The end-to-end principle is available AFK and in selected outlets not indexed by Google

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Posted on September 9, 2013

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  1. […] the Piratbyrån-book was published, F.A.T also did the Data Klubb for which I submitted some personal data and filmed some. Also check out the great teletext stuff […]

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