Free Network Foundation
Where Is Occupy’s Free Internet Champion?
Five years ago, Motherboard released a doc on Occupy Wall Street hacktivists trying to build a distributed, ad hoc mesh network from the ground up. We caught up with one of them.
Two Years Later, Where Is Occupy's Internet?
Catching up with Isaac Wilder, who we first met during the height of Occupy actions as he and a small band of hackers set out to build the people's Internet.
On the Irony of Occupying an Occupied Internet
To those of us who experienced its genesis, the Internet seemed at first to exist apart from an unfortunate status quo; a brave new blueprint for a thriving peer-to-peer society that spurns corporate branding and advertising culture in lieu of actual...
'Free the Network' Trailer
If it's ever all said and done, Occupy Wall Street will go down as the first fully Internet-fueled social movement in the United States. Occupy's initial success, of course, was in spreading a virtual meme over corporeal reality. But now that the...