About

Telecomix is a sociocyphernetic telecommunist feminist cluster of internet and data loving bots and people, always striving to protect and improve the internet and defend the free flow of data. Telecomix, just like the Internet, knows no borders technological or territorial.

We have no specific agenda, IRCocratic leadership and no pre-determined practices. We are an occurance rather than a group; a siphonophoric organism transmitting its genome through memes and imitation rather than through rules and regulations. We are in love with the internet, we call this datalove, and if you want, you can join us simply by stepping into our chat below.

A lot of our work takes place in sub-clusters, autonomous groups spawned from the main Telecomix organism. Some of our sub-clusters have taken the form of direct interventions: encrypting, disseminating, connecting. Others have developed techniques and technologies, building things to make the internet safe for internauts everywhere. Also, we spawn research projects for the advancement of knowledge in the vast fields of techno-philosophy, fourth parameter space, and quantum cryptography. All of this is done under a umbrella of datalove and a drive for constructive action and evolution. Once a project is stable, it leaves Telecomix because all we make is proof of concepts and artistic impressions, never functional services. We always strive for the next level!

Over time we change and evolve, engage in new projects and refactor our work. If you want to become part of this ever-changing flux, join us on irc.telecomix.org (SSL on 6697) in the main channel #telecomix or click the Join! link above. To know more about Telecomix, feel free to read Wikipedia.

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Propaganda

Services

We got some pads and shit :)

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Comrades

La Quadrature du Net The Julia Group Arbeitskreis Vorrat Invisible Internet Project (I2P) Blackouteurope Forskningsavdelningen Gothenburg Hackerspace FAT Global Freedom Movement Datalove Seeks project Laboratoire Ouvert Ou Pas - Hackerspace in Paris