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<nettime> netstrikers vs. ocse - STOP OCSE (fwd)

Diese Italiener empfehlen nur legale Dinge, auch de lege ferenda, voila:

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Date: Wed, 7 Jun 2000 20:21:53 -0400
From: Tommaso Tozzi <t.tozzi@ecn.org>
To: nettime-l@bbs.thing.net
Subject: <nettime> netstrikers vs. ocse - STOP OCSE

<italienischer Langtext weg>

On Monday 12 June 2000... let...

A meeting of ministers and industrial top managers will be held in Bologna
on 12-15 June 2000 with the aim to support the globalization of the
markets and the profits of the big companies.  At the same time, the
people not invited to this meeting is going to suffer from worst life
conditions (work, environment, health etc.). 


LET NETSTRIKE AGAINST www.oecd.org ON 12 JUNE (from midday to 3.00 p.m.) 

But what is "netstrike" ? 

Netstrike means electronic parade and can be carried out by many net
surfers that reload continuously the same web page at the same hour so to
fulfill the bandwidth and crash for a little the system.  It sounds like
the effect of a crowd standin up for their rights in a street.  It can be
considered a legal initiative as it as an invite to develop a common
internet session but in a massive way. 

Some advices:

* let reload the web page continuously
* use as many browsers as possible
* do not take advantage of proxies or cache
* do take adavantage of software like teleport ~
or wget ~ http://sunsite.auc.dk/wget/index.html that let you download a
grat number of pages from a site

 x + info - > http://www.contropiani2000.org/

Tommaso Tozzi
Via XXIV Maggio 14
50129 Firenze Italy
Phone/Fax: +39-55-485996
e-mail: t.tozzi@ecn.org
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