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Birgitta Jónsdóttir became Iceland's most famous parliamentarian after challenging the U.S. with WikiLeaks in 2010.
The tiny island nation might vote for a big change this Saturday.
Just as Gutenberg did not anticipate his press would promote literacy, mass media, and eventually enable the rise of Twitter, today's technological developments have immeasurable possibilities.
Voters in Minneapolis on Tuesday confronted a ballot containing 35 candidates for mayor and a potentially confusing process of choosing first, second and third choices in the race.
And Rybak, who last won re-election with nearly 73 percent of the vote, declined to endorse a successor. ST. PAUL, Minn. -- ST
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So, on New Year’s Day of 2006, the technologist became an activist. He launched a new political party — the Pirate Party
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This isn't the first big win for the German Pirate party, as they scored 8.9 percent of the vote in Berlin's city assembly
It has branches in some 50 countries. It has members of parliaments and city councils. The Pirate Party, founded only five years ago, is today's fastest-growing party among voters under 30. Its core message: internet piracy should be legal.
First they helped prolong the existence of The Pirate Bay by donating bandwidth to its servers, and now Sweden's Pirate Party
Pro-euthanasia group Exit International is holding national hacking crash-courses in how to bypass the Federal Government's
Another troublesome word is "pirate." "That's bad branding, especially in any district near Nashville," says Harvard law
In Sweden, the party for internet piracy is on the rise. Christian Engstrom, 49, is the world's first democratically elected