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Occupy Central 2.0 is the ambition to take the civilian mouvement to another level online: Social Media can become Political Media

World online community of Netizen can Unify and Help Hong Konger to fight for their rights

Hacker Dreams Up Crypto Passport Using the Tech Behind Bitcoin. LCQ3: Government's network security protection. LCQ3: Government's network security protection ********************************************** Following is a question by the Dr Hon Elizabeth Quat and a reply by the Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development, Mr Gregory So, in the Legislative Council today (October 22):

LCQ3: Government's network security protection

The growing risk of cyber-hacking. After cyber attacks breach Occupy protesters’ phones and Anonymous brings down government websites, Anna Cummins explores the real implications of always being connected __ Whether you’re checking your bank balance, reading a map, ordering food or looking for a date – it’s likely you’ve done it on the internet.

The growing risk of cyber-hacking

The world is constantly being pushed online and that shows no sign of abating – by 2020, the number of devices hooked to the World Wide Web will have reached 50billion. “The extent to which social media has taken over is amazing,” muses Michael Gazeley, managing director of Network Box, a cyber security firm based in Kwai Chung. The growing risk of cyber-hacking. Capitalism Explained. This Is So Accurate It Hurts. Go (game) Go originated in ancient China.

Archaeological evidence shows that the early game was played on a board with a 17×17 grid, but by the time the game had spread to Korea and Japan, in about the 5th and 7th centuries AD respectively, boards with a 19×19 grid had become standard.[6] The first 60 moves of a Go game, animated. This particular game quickly developed into a complicated fight in the lower left and bottom. Occupy Central - the "Umbrella Revolution" - Alfred Chan Photography. The Hong Kong government must listen to its people. It is not wholly true to say that the eyes of the entire world are on Hong Kong.

The Hong Kong government must listen to its people

They would be, of course, if people in mainland China were allowed to know what is happening in their country's most successful city. But China's government has tried to block any news about the Hong Kong democracy demonstrations from reaching the rest of the country - not exactly a sign of confidence on the part of China's rulers in their system of authoritarian government. Before suggesting a way forward for Hong Kong's ham-fisted authorities, three things need to be made clear. Big Lychee, Various Sectors. English. Advice for the #UmbrellaRevolution, from Tiananmen protest veterans. Please support our site by enabling javascript to view ads.

Advice for the #UmbrellaRevolution, from Tiananmen protest veterans

BANGKOK — Much of the world is captivated by protest scenes in Hong Kong, where massive crowds risk Beijing’s wrath. But perhaps no foreign observers are as riveted as veterans of China’s 1989 uprising, which ended in bloodshed near Beijing’s Tiananmen Square. Occupy Central : une révolution ou un mouvement ? Au cinquième jour de l'occupation des rues de Hong Kong pour demander à Pékin un mode de scrutin démocratique afin d'élire l'exécutif, retour sur l'hésitation des manifestants quant au meilleur terme pour désigner le mouvement.

Occupy Central : une révolution ou un mouvement ?

"Comment qualifier ce qui se passe dans la cité : vivons-nous une révolution ? Ou seulement un mouvement ? " THE FIFTH MODERNIZATION. Le conflit avec Pékin est aussi économique. Le combat des Hongkongais pour des droits démocratiques est bien de nature politique.

Le conflit avec Pékin est aussi économique

Mais leur véhémence tient aussi au constat de la suprématie économique de la Chine sur leur territoire. Turns Out China IS Lying About Everything. In what may come as a shocking surprise to exactly nobody, the next great discovery as more and more layers of the global ponzi onion are exposed, is that China was, in fact, lying about everything.

Turns Out China IS Lying About Everything

Yes, we know, stunning. From the NYT: As the Chinese economy continues to sputter, prominent corporate executives in China and Western economists say there is evidence that local and provincial officials are falsifying economic statistics to disguise the true depth of the troubles. Politics. The Guardian view on the Hong Kong protests: time for a global response. Hopes that a compromise might be possible between protesters in Hong Kong and the Chinese communist authorities appear as uncertain as ever, after chief executive CY Leung rejected demands that he resign on Thursday.

The Guardian view on the Hong Kong protests: time for a global response

While Mr Leung offered talks between his government and the demonstrators, the impression was that the authorities were playing for time. Local security forces seemed to be readying for a confrontation, while protesters debated what their next steps might be. Never, since the beginning of the upheaval, have international calls for restraint and dialogue on part of the Chinese authorities been so necessary. Hong Kongese : Please help Hong Kong. Beijing's problem in Hong Kong is not foreign interference but Western ideas. 國際特赦組織香港分會 Amnesty International Hong Kong – Open Letter to Chief Executive Mr.Chun Ying Leung. Dear Chief Executive Mr.Chun Ying Leung, Tens of thousands of peaceful protesters have been staging pro-democracy mass sit-ins in the centre of Hong Kong.

國際特赦組織香港分會 Amnesty International Hong Kong – Open Letter to Chief Executive Mr.Chun Ying Leung

Despite a police crackdown on them, involving the widespread use of tear gas on Sunday, 28 September, the protesters continue to gather peacefully. Their non-violent and civic-minded approach – recycling waste and cleaning up the streets, sharing food and water and putting up signs apologizing for the disruptions caused – have led them to be popularly described as the “politest” protesters. The deployment of riot police in full gear and the quick use of pepper spray and tear gas by the Hong Kong Police during pro-democracy demonstrations was an alarming sign. Hong Kong Fighting Hong Kong: An On-The-Ground Account Of Occupy Central. A dispatch from Hong Kong, where life – parties, business — continues as usual… with one high-profile exception.

Hong Kong Fighting Hong Kong: An On-The-Ground Account Of Occupy Central

It’s Day 8 of Occupy Central, or Umbrella Revolution, if you will. A few nights ago I was enjoying a nice steak dinner at La Vache! Hong Kong police deny using triads to disrupt protests - video. Hong Kong – betrayed by China. And abandoned by the British. One of the most profoundly disappointing responses to the events in Hong Kong has been Britain’s silence – or its weak words that have sometimes been worse than silence. At the very least, Britain should act honourably: it has a moral and legal responsibility to Hong Kong. It did after all sign a treaty, back in 1984, that guaranteed Hong Kong’s core values and way of life, including freedom of speech and assembly, until 2047. The truth is that money talks. Talk to British business people and their first instinct is to keep their heads low; they just want things to carry on as before, would like the protests to disappear, and maintain good relations with China.

In Hong Kong’s protests, technology is a battlefield - Quartz. It was an image that fascinated the world—a sea of lights coming from thousands of Hong Kong protesters waving their lit up mobile phones in the darkness. That’s what you get from a city that averages more than two mobile phones per person. Occupy Central, aka the Umbrella Revolution, may be the most high-tech protest ever, using wireless broadband, multimedia smartphones, drone film making, mobile video projectors, and live streaming video to communicate and to broadcast their cause to the entire world in real time.

The victor in this conflict will be determined by who holds the streets, and who rules the digital space. This dynamic has energized an unprecedented public relations offensive that tech savvy protestors have used to creative ends. The next 36 hours could determine the future of Hong Kong – Quartz. HONG KONG—The city’s top official, chief executive Leung Chun-ying, issued an ultimatum today to the protesters who have taken over three neighborhoods in the city: Clear the roads and a stronghold in front of the government’s headquarters by early morning on Monday, Oct. 6, or he will “take all necessary actions to restore social order.”

The threat comes as clashes continue to break out across the city between protestors, who have called for Mr. Inspiring Protest Sign Images From Inside Hong Kong's Pro-Democracy Revolution. The Voluntary City: Choice, Community, and Civil Society (Economics, Cognition, and Society): David T. Beito, Peter Gordon, Alexander Tabarrok: 9780472088379: Amazon.com: Books. Hong Kong Protests' Central Casting. Global Support for Hong Kong Student Protest Intensifies. Www.ccdcoe.org/publications/2010proceedings/Liles - Cyber warfare As a form of low-intensity conflict and insurgency.pdf. Bertrand Jubault. Cyber-warfare 'is growing threat' Cyber-warfare attacks on military infrastructure, government and communications systems, and financial markets pose a rapidly growing but little understood threat to international security and could become a decisive weapon of choice in future conflicts between states, the London-based International Institute for Strategic Studies warned yesterday.

IISS director-general John Chipman said: "Despite evidence of cyber attacks in recent political conflicts, there is little appreciation internationally of how to assess cyber-conflict. WATCH: Hong Kong Student Leader Joshua Wong Talks Protest Aims. 6 Questions You Might Have About Hong Kong’s Umbrella Revolution. Internet activism. Types[edit] Occupy central. Toddlers, Cyber-Attacks, and Asymmetric Warfare. Chi Ho Yeung - Photos from Chi Ho Yeung's post in Tai Po 大埔. Beijing to take a more active role in Hong Kong's affairs, hints Xi Jinping. Timeline Photos - Gary Tyson: Photographer. Nick Hanauer: Beware, fellow plutocrats, the pitchforks are coming. An expert explains how Hong Kong's protesters could actually win.