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Jim Watkins today posted on Telegram a shill post to try to get his users on 8kun. Jim Watkins called it a "Trip Code chat for the deplatformed". Myself (Fred Brennan) and other loyal Twitter fans soon took over. He didn't think I would and was on his phone so couldn't ban me. It took him almost half a day to ban me, despite the fact I was posting furry porn. In his thread. And had chased him out of it. This is a full archive with all deleted posts. I removed several malicious...
Topics: 8kun, jim watkins, fail, tsq is q
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Original link: https://imgur.com/a/kbLIlBY via https://incels.is/threads/incels-write-letter-to-the-u-s-attorney-general-regarding-serge-master-and-sanctioned-suicide.344455/ This content is archived with an eye towards its historical value, with an assumption that it will be useful to future historians. Uploader takes no position on the view(s) expressed in the content and may not have read it all. Technical info: JPEG files downloaded from imgur, made PDF with ImageMagick and ran through...
Topics: incels, garland, free speech
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Nov 20, 2021 Symbian Foundation
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This is a version of https://archive.org/details/SymbianOpenSource which doesn't require Mercurial to browse or search. License: Eclipse Public License (https://wiki.eclipse.org/Eclipse_Public_License https://www.engadget.com/2010-02-04-symbian-foundation-talks-about-its-move-to-open-source.html) Several scripts are included in the tar archive which were used to transform the files. The files were unbundled from their Mercurial archives and put in their correct directory structure. The tar...
Topics: symbian, smartphone, software, source code, nokia
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These are two of the petitions for certiorari and prohibition which culminated in the landmark case of Disini v. Secretary of Justice , which in the end consolidated fifteen such petitions. These are the most famous ones. One is from Jose Jesus M. Disini, the Harvard-educated lawyer who the case is named after; the other is from the National Union of Journalists of the Philippines, and was originally distributed at https://www.nujp.org/no-to-ra10175/ (dead link)
Topics: Disini v. Secretary of Justice, Supreme Court of the Philippines
Iâu Êng-siông [Yáo Róngsōng; 姚榮松] (October 2016). 《臺灣閩南語常用詞辭典》成果維護紀要 [A Report on the Maintenance of Dictionary of Frequently-Used Taiwan Minnan] (PDF). Taiwan Studies [台灣學誌] (in Chinese). 14 : 75–95. doi:10.6242/twnica.14.4 . This was previously freely available online , but disappeared because the "DSpace" system of National Taiwan Normal University is broken.
Topics: Hokkien, Taiwan, Minnan, Dictionary of Frequently-Used Taiwan Minnan, reports
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Jun 5, 2020 Supreme Court of the Philippines
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These are oral arguments that took place in the Supreme Court of the Philippines in January 2013. Their effect was finding certain provisions of the Cybercrime Act of 2012 unconstitutional. Unfortunately, cyber libel remains criminalized. These are public domain works as they were produced by the Philippine government. They were almost lost to history as the Supreme Court's website had a broken link, but I managed to find links to Mediafire on WebArchive , which were miraculously still working...
Topics: Supreme Court of the Philippines, internet freedom, cyber libel, internet rights, cyber law
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Feb 21, 2020 Jim Watkins
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Live stream of Jim Watkins on Nov. 7 2019.
Topics: 8kun, live stream
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Feb 10, 2019 Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas
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This is a tract published by the administration of the tenth president of the Philippines, Ferdinand E. Marcos in 1977. It talks about martial law and the reforms Marcos was doing at the time. He would go on to lose power in February of 1986, and much of what he did was undone. This tract shows the thoughts of the Marcos regime at the height of its power, providing an interesting snapshot of Philippine history.
Topics: ferdinand marcos, marcos, philippines, 1977, marcos regime, imelda marcos