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Tunisia: the first Pirate revolution?

The Guardian has this to say on Slim Amamou: Only last week, the dissident blogger Slim Amamou was handcuffed to a chair in the notorious interrogation rooms of Tunisia‘s interior ministry being psychologically tormented by the dictator’s henchmen and led … Continue reading

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First Pirate in Government — Tunisia’s Slim Amamou

Slim Amamou, the Tunisian blogger and Pirate Party activist who was arrested earlier this month, is now a minister in Tunisia’s government of national unity. Here’s his tweet anouncing his new job: This means Amamou is now the first Pirate … Continue reading

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