cyberactivism

So I just started a patreon account and I was wondering if anyone would be willing to pledge or boost? Here’s my story (still in draft format really):

Hello there my friends! I’m a 31 yr/o, white, Canadian, pro-intersectional, critical feminist and PhD student blogging about feminism, risk society, rape culture, slut shaming, racism, ableism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, heterosexism, and much more. Check me out!Unfortunately, I’m also on disability leave from school with fibromyalgia, IBS, interstitial cystitis, GAD, extreme depression, and social anxieties and I’m in need of some financial assistance to survive :(

My research is in the social construction of crime and deviance from an intersectional perspective but it’s been slowing down to a crawl over the last few years bc of my increasingly worsening illnesses. To cope with this, I’ve been spending more and more time on tumblr and other social media to distract myself from the pain and other horrible symptoms I experience. But also so that I can keep up to date on current events and (perhaps most importantly) be involved in cyberactivism (YAYAYAY!!!).

The big problem is that bc I’ve not been able to work on my dissertation, I haven’t been able to apply for any grants to support my work. I also obviously cannot get a job atm bc I can hardly even take care of myself. I will probably be able to get some small assistance from the school and government while off on disability leave but it will not be much. Between all my meds, special diet, cats, rent, utilities, food, and so on and so forth, I’m broke and scared on top of all the pain and troubles.

For that reason, I’m here asking that if any of my lovely followers feel compelled and able, I would love it if you would consider pledging a monthly donation to my blog. Any amount would be highly appreciated.

P.S. For larger pledges, I would also consider doing small pieces of writing or blog posts for anyone interested. Email me for more details (bc I’m still working this out) at feministingforchange@gmail.com.

jujinga.net
Ahora más que nunca: manual de desobediencia a la ley Sinde

Obviamente, no va a servir de nada: las páginas que pretendan cerrar podrán ser reabiertas en otros sitios, y los bloqueos que pretendan llevar a cabo para impedir el acceso a las mismas no van a funcionar, salvo que el usuario no sepa hacer la O con un canuto. … Para saber cómo proceder para invali […]

Pastie found on #CyberActivism to strike @ the #SCAF via point + click interface. #LOIC, #OpEgypt targets included - http://pastie.org/2913083

http://sourceforge.net/projects/loic/ -
Low Orbit Ion Cannon for Cyber activists download link above.


Top Egyptian websites -
Ministry of interior http://www.moiegypt.gov.eg/
163.121.41.70

Egyptian armed forces http://www.mmc.gov.eg/
62.117.40.76

Ministry of Militray Production http://www.momp.gov.eg/
196.205.75.203

Ministry of information http://www.moinfo.gov.eg/ (GoebbelsTV misleading media, currently down and it should stay that way)-
213.131.68.200
217.52.245.68
196.219.46.20

The Egyptian Cabinet http://www.cabinet.gov.eg/
163.121.93.20

Egyptian information and decision support center http://www.eip.gov.eg/
163.121.93.21

Egypt State Information Service http://www.sis.gov.eg/
84.36.233.152

Nile TV (aka lying TV) http://ntntv.gov.eg/
41.178.51.200

Nile TV (yes the same lying TV) http://www.nile.eg/
174.120.241.112

Ministry of Foreign Affairs http://www.mfa.gov.eg/
41.191.80.11

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More trouble sites
oe.gov.eg
213.255.129.36
Egypt

alazhar.gov.eg
163.121.93.12
Egypt

egypt.gov.eg
81.21.103.81
Egypt

moiegypt.gov.eg
163.121.41.70
Egypt

alexandria.gov.eg
81.29.101.129
Egypt

icdlegypt.gov.eg
81.29.111.2
Egypt

sis.gov.eg
84.36.233.151
Egypt

mfa.gov.eg

masr.gov.eg
81.21.104.82
Egypt

rta.gov.eg
196.221.19.62
Egypt

mcit.gov.eg
81.21.97.100
Egypt

idsc.gov.eg
163.121.2.5
Egypt

cma.gov.eg
217.139.183.165
Egypt
mof.gov.eg

eeaa.gov.eg
163.121.221.15
Egypt

alshabab.gov.eg
217.52.63.164
Egypt

eip.gov.eg
163.121.93.14
Egypt

gizaedu.gov.eg
163.121.116.64
Egypt

ad.gov.eg
213.131.83.68
Egypt

aswanedu.gov.eg
67.205.76.154
Canada

tra.gov.eg
81.21.97.106
Egypt

eduegypt.gov.eg
81.21.97.137
Egypt

capmas.gov.eg
163.121.117.199
Egypt

ntra.gov.eg
81.21.97.106
Egypt

mfti.gov.eg
213.131.64.60
Egypt

monofeya.gov.eg
81.29.100.179
Egypt

mss.gov.eg
213.131.64.60
Egypt

cao.gov.eg
98.131.218.134
United States

hio.gov.eg
81.29.100.14
Egypt

itida.gov.eg
81.21.97.171
Egypt

tpegypt.gov.eg
82.201.142.213
Egypt

customs.gov.eg
196.219.220.150
Egypt

cabinet.gov.eg
163.121.93.14
Egypt

iti.gov.eg
62.140.73.175
Egypt

pollcenter.gov.eg
163.121.93.16
Egypt

moee.gov.eg
62.140.73.191
Egypt

parliament.gov.eg
196.205.92.4
Egypt

efsa.gov.eg
217.139.183.180
Egypt

ismaelya.gov.eg
81.29.100.179
Egypt

nationalarchives.gov.eg
81.29.100.160
Egypt

fineart.gov.eg
173.192.17.32
United States

investment.gov.eg
217.52.44.20
Egypt

minia.gov.eg
81.29.101.112
Egypt

mts.gov.eg
213.131.82.115
Egypt

cpa.gov.eg
213.131.64.60
Egypt

gebo.gov.eg
72.18.154.45
United States

nsc.gov.eg
217.52.63.165
Egypt

moinfo.gov.eg
217.52.245.68
Egypt

cairomoe.gov.eg
212.103.160.154
Egypt

minfo.gov.eg
217.52.245.82
Egypt

civilaviation.gov.eg
41.196.23.14
Egypt

bsic.gov.eg
212.103.160.10
Egypt

mf.gov.eg
217.52.39.2
Egypt

ida.gov.eg
62.241.148.227
Egypt

caoa.gov.eg
196.219.216.156
Egypt

emdb.gov.eg
213.131.82.116
Egypt

masry.gov.eg
217.52.44.70
Egypt

sme.gov.eg
84.124.38.55
Spain

tas.gov.eg
62.241.148.90
Egypt

mop.gov.eg
163.121.93.15
Egypt

darelkotob.gov.eg
196.205.14.162
Egypt

ebi.gov.eg
217.52.244.35
Egypt

aswannews.gov.eg
216.45.50.139
United States

apa.gov.eg
82.201.140.119
Egypt

finearts.gov.eg
173.192.17.32
United States

suezcanal.gov.eg
212.103.160.197
Egypt

edara.gov.eg
213.131.83.68
Egypt

etenders.gov.eg
41.179.253.125
Egypt

salestax.gov.eg
213.212.253.228
Egypt

southsinai.gov.eg
62.140.73.27
Egypt

redsea.gov.eg
196.218.142.234
Egypt

housing-portsaid.gov.eg
67.222.134.101
United States

moh.gov.eg
84.36.63.34
Egypt

observatory.gov.eg
163.121.93.17
Egypt

eepc.gov.eg
82.201.142.202
Egypt

namaa.gov.eg
163.121.19.79
Egypt

aswan.gov.eg
81.29.100.166
Egypt

nwp.gov.eg
212.103.189.124
Egypt

esa.gov.eg
213.131.64.75
Egypt

ema.gov.eg
212.103.189.111
Egypt

socialcontract.gov.eg
163.121.93.16
Egypt

cicpo.gov.eg
163.121.93.16
Egypt

egyptiancabinet.gov.eg
163.121.93.14
Egypt

gaeb.gov.eg
62.139.6.133
Egypt

smsec.gov.eg

ccba.gov.eg
81.21.97.208
Egypt

egyptelection2005.gov.eg
163.121.93.14
Egypt

qizegypt.gov.eg
196.205.98.231
Egypt

aswaninvest.gov.eg
216.45.50.139
United States

gothi.gov.eg
41.178.63.18
Egypt

alexbiennale.gov.eg
173.192.17.32
United States

kfsedu.gov.eg
69.49.254.167
United States

assiut.gov.eg
84.36.136.234
Egypt

tawseek.gov.eg
196.219.50.146
Egypt

msad.gov.eg
163.121.52.133
Egypt

tourism.gov.eg
81.29.100.30
Egypt

niletext.gov.eg
217.139.10.133
Egypt

hcmlt.gov.eg
212.103.160.155
Egypt

thcc.gov.eg
194.79.103.229
Egypt

eaea.gov.eg
196.218.150.202
Egypt

valleytourism.gov.eg

wsis-egypt.gov.eg
81.21.97.108
Egypt

alextp.gov.eg
163.121.19.107
Egypt

far-malr.gov.eg
174.120.168.112
United States

monofiyanews.gov.eg
216.45.50.139
United States

aswan-sun.gov.eg
63.208.120.245
United States

catgo.gov.eg
66.96.144.176
United States

imcapi2008.gov.eg
66.96.146.86
United States

luxoratelier.gov.eg
194.79.103.229
Egypt

Vice Prime Minister for Political Development and Democratic Transition

Dr. Ali Mohamed Abdel Hafiz Al-Selmy
Tel: 27935000

Url: http://www.cabinet.gov.eg

Vice Prime Minister for Economic Affairs and Finance Minister

Dr. Hazem Abdel Aziz Mohamed El-Beblawy
Address:Ministry of Finance Towers, Nasrcity
Tel: 23428886-23428010-23428032-3428830-23428840
Fax: 26861561
Url: http://www.mof.gov.eg
Ministry of Electricity and Energy

Dr. Hassan Ahmed Younis
Address:8 Ramses Str. Ext. , El Abbaseeya Sq.- Cairo
Tel: 24012361 - 24012362
Fax: 22616302
Url: http://www.moee.gov.eg

Ministry of Planning and International Cooperation

Mrs. Fayza Mohamed Aboulnaga
Address:8 Adly street - Cairo
Tel: 23910008
Fax: 23908159
Url: http://www.mic.gov.eg
Ministry of State for the Environment Affairs

Eng. Maged George Elias Ghatas
Address:30 Misr- Helwan agricultural road ـ Maadi ـ Cairo
Tel: 25256442 - 25256462
Fax: 25256452
Url: http://www.eeaa.gov.eg

Ministry of Housing, Utilities & Urban Development

Dr. Mohamed Fathy Abdel Aziz El-Baradei.
Address:1 Ismail Abaza str. El KAsr El Einy str. 3rd Floor
Tel: 27921440 - 27921441
Fax: 27957836
Url: http://www.moh.gov.eg
Ministry of Education

Dr. Ahmed Gamal El-Din Moussa
Address:12 Falaki Street
Tel: 27947363 - 27949993
Fax: 27947502
Url: http://www.emoe.org

Ministry of Social Solidarity and Justice

Dr. Gouda Abdel Khalek El-Sayed Mohamed
Address:99 elkasr eleeny street - Cairo
Tel: 3375404
Fax: 3375390 - 3365074
Url: http://www.mss.gov.eg
Ministry of Tourism

Mounir Fakhry Abdel Nour
Address:Cairo International Conferences Center - Nasr City - Cairo
Tel: 22611732 - 26839968
Fax: 26859551 - 26859463
Url: http://www.egypt.travel

Ministry of Justice

Counselor Mohamed Abdel Aziz Ibrahim El-Gendy
Address:Lazoghly sq. - Cairo
Tel: 27922263
Fax: 27958103
Url: http://www.moj.gov.eg
Ministry of Interior

Mr. Mansour Abdel Kerim Moustafa Essawy
Address:25 El Sheikh Rihan street- Cairo
Tel: 27955005
Fax: 27960682
Url: http://www.moiegypt.gov.eg

Ministry of Manpower and Migration

Dr. Ahmed Hassan Al-Boraei Ahmed Al-Boraei
Address:3 Yousseff Abbas str., Nasr City, Cairo
Tel: 22609359 - 22602199
Fax: 23035332
Url: http://www.manpower.gov.eg
Ministry of Culture

Dr. Emad Badr El-Din Mahmoud Abu Ghazy
Address:2 Shagaret el Dorr street, Zamalek- Cairo
Tel: 27380761 - 27380762
Fax: 27353947
Url: http://www.ecm.gov.eg

Ministry of Petroleum and Metallurgical Wealth

Eng. Mohamed Abdalla Mohamed Abdel Menim Ghorab
Address:1 Ahmed El Zomor str. Nasr City, next to Enppi- Cairo
Tel: 26706401 - 26706402
Fax: 26706419
Url: http://www.petroleum.gov.eg
Ministry of Information

Address:Radio and Television Broadcasting Building- Maspiro- Kornesh el Nile- Cairo
Tel: 25757164 - 25787120
Fax: 25746928
Url: http://www.minfo.gov.eg

Ministry of State for Local Development

Dr. Mohamed Ahmed Atyia Ibrahim
Address:4 shooting club street - ElDokki
Tel: 37497470
Fax: 37497788
Url: http://www.mold.gov.eg
Ministry of Scientific Research, Science and Technology

17- Dr. Moataz Mohamed Hosni Khorshid
Address:101 Kasr El Einy street- Cairo
Tel: 27950316 - 27952575
Fax: 27941005
Url: http://www.egy-mhe.gov.eg

Ministry of Religious Endowment (Awkaf)

Dr. Mohamed Abdel Fadil Mohamed Abdel Aziz El-Qousy
Address:Sabry Abu Alam Str., Bab El Louq, Cairo
Tel: 23933011 - 23929403
Fax: 23929828 - 23926155
Url: http://www.awkaf.org
Ministry of Foreign Affairs

1Ambassador Mohamed Kamel Ali Amr
Address:Kornish el Nile, Maspiro- Cairo
Tel: 25749820 - 25749821
Fax: 25748822
Url: http://www.mfa.gov.eg

Ministry of Civil Aviation

Loutfy Moustafa Kamal Mohamed Tawfik
Address:Airport Road- Cairo
Tel: 22677610 - 22677612
Fax: 22679470
Url: http://www.civilaviation.gov.eg
Ministry of State for Military Production

Dr. Ali Ibrahim Sabry
Address:5 Ismail ABaza str. Lazoghly- Cairo
Tel: 27948739
Fax: 27953063
Url: http://www.isccnet.iscc.gov.eg

Ministry of Agriculture and Land Reclamation

Dr. Salah Al-Sayed Youssef Farag
Address:1 Nady el Seid str. Dokki, Cairo
Tel: 33373003 - 33372970
Fax: 33372435
Url: http://www.agri.gov.eg
Ministry of Water Resources and Irrigation

Dr. Hesham Mohamed Qandil
Address: Gamal Abdel Naser St., Imbaba, Giza
Tel: 35449453- 35449534
Fax: 35449534
Url: http://www.mwri.gov.eg

Ministry of Health and Population

Dr. Amr Mohamed Helmy
Address:3 Magless El Shaab st.
Tel: 27943462 - 27942865
Fax: 27953966
Url: http://www.mohp.gov.eg
Ministry of Transportion

Dr. Ali Zein Al-Abdeen Salim
Address:105 El Kasr- El Einy St.
Tel: 27955562 - 27955563
Fax: 27955564
Url: http://www.mot.gov.eg

Ministry of Trade and Industry

Dr. Mahmoud Abdel Al-Rahman Al-Said Eissa
Address:2 Latin America street - garden city - Cairo
Tel: 27921193 - 27921194
Fax: 27940554
Url: http://www.mti.gov.eg
Ministry of Communications and Information Technology

Dr. Mohamed Abdel Qader Mohamed Salim
Address:KM 28 Cairo - Alexandria Road - smart village
Tel: 35341010 - 35341020
Fax: 35371111
Url: http://www.mcit.gov.eg

Recent social media news in the Middle East involves the arrest of two bloggers as well as one human rights activist in Saudi Arabia. The arrests follow new stricter free speech laws issued by King Abdullah bin Abd al-’Aziz on April 29.

Fadhil Makki al-Manasif, the human rights activist, was arrested on May 1 for participating in demonstrations against the government. Al-Manasif also documented cases of human rights violations. More than 20 other demonstrators were arrested by Saudi authorities over the past week.

Bloggers Mustafa al-Badr Al Mubarak and Husain Kazim al-Hashim were arrested for violating the new laws by participating in and blogging about these peaceful protests.

A series of bans starting in 2011 have increasingly worked towards curtailing the Saudi subject’s free speech and expression. In March, Prince Nayef bin Abd al-’Aziz and the Council of Senior Religious Scholars reiterated the outlawing of demonstrations.

gothamist.com
Video: Lone Citizen Journalist Tapes Occupy Wall Street Raid After Press Chased Away

Video: Lone Citizen Journalist Tapes Occupy Wall Street Raid After Press Chased Away

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The NYPD’s surprise late-night eviction of Occupy Wall Street from Zuccotti Park last week was executed quickly, with reporters kept out of sight of the park "for their safety.” Also for journalists “safety,” the airspace in Lower Manhattan was closed to CBS and NBC news choppers by the NYPD, a New York Post reporter was allegedly put in a “choke hold” by the police, a NBC reporter’s press pass was confiscated, and a large group of reporters and protesters were hit with pepper spray. But after all the credentialed press had been shooed away from the park, one gutsy activist stood her ground to document the eviction. As she repeatedly informs the cops in this video, she knows her rights:

Barbara Ross, the Time’s Up! activist who made the video, was ultimately forced to join the press behind barricades on Trinity Place, where there was no clear view of what was happening in Zuccotti Park. Ross tells us she stood there for about two hours, defying repeated orders to disperse. “I don’t know why they didn’t arrest me,” she says. “I was so angry at what was going on around me I decided I was needed to be there to document this outrage, illegal, unjust action orchestrated by Bloomberg and Kelly, and would do anything needed to get it on video. Finally I was physically pushed by a couple of female officers into the press pen.”

So for a couple of hours at least, Ross displayed some of the mettle that many “objective” and obedient career journalists seemed unable to muster that night. NY Times columnist Michael Powell writes today that even reporters who secure the difficult-to-obtain NYPD press credentials may be deliberately targeted by the NYPD:

A police pass has become a ticket for a quick removal. My Times colleague Colin Moynihan stood on that darkened square last Tuesday morning when a police spokesman shouted, “Who has press credentials?” Many reporters and photographers dutifully raised their hands. With that, the police removed the “credentialed” reporters, under threat of arrest, to a press pen, out of sight of the square. Only shouts and yells could be heard.

“So in a city where professional reporters are treated with brazen contempt by the NYPD, it’s no surprise that citizen journalists like Ross are stepping in to fill the void. You don’t need press credentials to stand your ground, turn on your cell phone camera and press record—you just need guts.”

highonmelanin-deactivated201601  asked:

Lol, but see thats just another thing I can learn from you, how to tag things because I'm still learning how they were and how to use them properly. See this is my second tumblr where I am learning all the cool how to's and its awesome

Tbh I’m still learning too but I’m definitely trying to help others be better cyberactivists through my research. I’m sure there are many more tricks out there to be discovered and I will share them as I discover them. I just try to pay attention to what tumblr “does” when I interact with it. I’m trying to figure out how best to utilize its programming for SJ cyberactivism, but also for my dissertation I plan to do (still in the works).