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ASCII Being Evicted
13 oct 2004
The ASCII squat, a free public internet space run by hackers and activists in Amsterdam, is getting evicted at this moment by the local police.
ASCII was set up recycling old computers and using only free software
(GNU GPL) to bring broader access to technology for the populace.
ASCII is a collective of free and autonomous thinkers, technically and
politically aware hackers and free software developers.

The current location of ASCII, Kinkerstraat 92, is not the first nor
the last place where hackers struggle for redemption from merchantile
agendas speculating on technology and its accessibility by the populace.

The right to comunicate is everyone's good and software implements it!

Stand now in solidarity with ASCII, because free software needs /home!

Raise consciousness! This small eviction reflects a larger wave of
repression operated by western NATO regimes, the recent FBI raid on
Indymedia online servers is a serious signal of the current crackdown on
freedom of speech. As of today there are no clear legal motivations for
this action of censorship affecting more than 20 different countries.

But for us the motivation is clear: the capitalist regime brought to its
extreme consequences is revealing all its intrinsic violence and its
logics of prevarication by silencing any critical voice opposing it.

We will keep on struggling for the right to think differently, act
differently and compute differently from the way corporations and
fascist state governors are trying to impose us.

And if necessary we will compile our last lines of sourcecode on the
barricades.

in solidarity with all those who resist.

ASCII Amsterdam Subversive Center for Information Interchange
http://squat.net/ascii http://scii.nl
Mira també:
http://oat.tao.ca/node/view/316?PHPSESSID=05525ce62b0c1ed80ef638e435efe7eb

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