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Winnipeg North first Canadian battleground for Pirate Party A 25-year-old Winnipeg businessman is the first Pirate Party of Canada candidate to run for federal election. Jeff Coleman, a former ESL teacher who owns a design and 3-D company, is running in the upcoming federal by-election on November 29 in Winnipeg North. His plan: to take to the streets of his home riding to engage voters in issues that surround the digital age. Coleman plans to campaign on his party’s key principles: confidentiality on the internet, intellectual copyright and patent law reform, keeping the internet democratic and free and using the web to make government practices and information available to the public. But he’ll also be adding to his platform some local issues, determined by his constituents through Twitter and Facebook.
Pirate Party Radio | RantMedia 2011.05.05: Last episode of Pirate Party Radio airs. 2011.04.28: Pirate Party Radio returns to with episode 58! 2010.12.30: Pirate Party Radio on hiatus until April 28, 2011 while James is in film school. See everybody soon! 2010.01.31: I was interviewed along with David Crafti, the President of the Australian Pirate Party on an Australian radio show called Great Southern Stand. Head over to their site and take a listen the interview!
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Pirate Party Australia In an enormous victory for privacy, the Court of Justice of the European Union has ruled that the EU’s Data Retention Directive is invalid. Under Directive 2006/24/EC, member states of the European Union were required to store telecommunications data for at least six months, and for as long as 24 months. The press release announcing the judgment states that “the directive interferes in a particularly serious manner with the fundamental rights to respect for private life and to the protection of personal data.”
The Court of Justice of the European Union today declared that the Data Retention Directive is incompatible with the Union's Charter of Fundamental Rights after a reference by Irish and Austrian courts. The Court found that the Directive "entails an interference with the fundamental rights of practically the entire European population", concluding that there is a "is there a general absence of limits" in the legislation. The Pirate Party are calling for the complete abolition of the Data Retention Directive and similar laws in the United Kingdom and across the European Union...
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