dimanche 13 avril 2008
11 h 56
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the Internet continues to give rise to the alternative media, the
technocrats are getting ready to bring its replacement online.
Internet2 also known as “the grid” will have speeds 10,000 times faster
than a regular broadband connection. Researchers are set to activate
this new network over the summer.....(...)
the Internet which was established off of existing telecommunications
infrastructure, the Internet2 will be based entirely off of
fiber-optics. It will take seconds to download full length feature
films and even transmitting holographic images will be made possible.
Even though these capabilities sound really good, there has been a
continuing effort by the establishment to censor and stifle the free
flow of information on the existing Internet. By convincing everyone to
make the move from the Internet to Internet2, the establishment will be
able to force all of Internet2’s users into abiding by a new set of
networking sites like Digg and MySpace already appear to be beta tests
for a more controlled version of the Internet. On these sites, users
have to register with the site and play by the rules of the site
controllers. There have been numerous complaints by users on both sites
that certain material is deliberately censored. Digg which claims that
it is some sort of digital democracy has failed miserably in every
of users affectionately known as the “bury brigade” have been caught
red handed censoring particular stories including ones related to
9/11 truth and other subjects that the site controllers see as taboo.
researchers believe that the new Internet will be so fast that people
will eventually trust all of their information to the network itself.
The following is taken from a MemphisRap.Com
article on Internet2.
to Ian Bird, project leader for CERN’s high-speed computing project,
grid technology could make the Internet so fast that people would stop
using desktop computers to store information and entrust it all to the
Internet. Users would use the new "Cloud computing" as a common way to
organize personal and private information that would be stored on the
Grid and accessible from any where.
the establishment is successful in convincing the people of the world
to put all of their personal and private information on this network,
this will be the equivalent of Big Brother on steroids. The
establishment is not going to make the same mistake with Internet2 as
they did with the original Internet. The Internet has provided people
more freedom than they had ever could have imagined and they certainly
can't have anymore of that. The people behind Internet2 are large
universities, government agencies and multinational corporations. Now,
would it be in their best interest to allow Internet2 to have the same
freedoms and free flow of information that the Internet currently has?
Absolutely not. Below is taken from the "About Us" page
of the Internet2 consortium.
is a not-for-profit advanced networking consortium comprising of more
than 200 U.S. universities in cooperation with 70 leading corporations,
45 government agencies, laboratories and other institutions of higher
learning as well as over 50 international partner organizations. Our
organization is governed by an executive Board of Trustees and
strategic councils consisting of leaders who represent our broad
Internet2 or “the grid” is definitely something to watch out for. By
moving to a new network the establishment can claim that they are not
censoring the Internet by getting people to move to the Internet2
system voluntarily. If the establishment has its way, it is very likely
that Internet2 will be heavily policed and censored. We must not allow
this to happen.