18 November 2020 — ROAR
We already have the power, the materials and the motive to win back the Internet. But we have to start with the first step first: owning our own infrastructure.
When mentioning the year 2001, most people may think of the attacks on 9/11. But five months prior to that historic date, another event occurred that would continue to shape history in less dramatic but equally profound ways. In April that year, American computer programmer Bram Cohen began designing BitTorrent, a new file sharing protocol that would almost single-handedly change the music, TV and movie industries for decades to come.