Liberation Technology is much broader than Information Communications Technology (ICT) and is not synonymous (although it should be) with Open Source Everything (OSE). It seemed like a good time to provide an update on this key term. Within the ICT arena, we distinguish Autonomous Internet (OpenBTS to Open Specturm), and Advanced Information Operations (AIO), the latter rooted in OSE and permitting M4IS2* at machine speed.
M4IS2: Multinational, Multiagency, Multidisciplinary, Multidomain Information-Sharing and Sense-Making.
Stanford University Program on Liberation Technology
The Technology Liberation Front
Four Factors Needed To Make Technology A ‘Liberation' Technology (2011)
Liberation Technology and Digital Activism (2010)
Liberation Technology: Equal Access Via Computer Communication (1992)
Seminar on Liberation Technology (Stanford)
The Next Wave: Liberation Technology (2004)
The Technology Liberation Movement (2011)
Bruce Schneier on the importance of trust in society
‘Internet in a suitcase': U.S. government's secret project to provide ‘liberation technology' for dissidents in rogue states
Liberation Technology & its Impact on the Struggle for Democracy
Liberation technology or full-spectrum dominance?
Rebel with a Cause: Ira David Socol and Liberation Technologies for Education
Tudo Joya? Liberation Technologies and Brazil's Slumdog Entrepreneurs
Liberation Technology: Social Media and the Struggle for Democracy (2012)
THE OPEN SOURCE EVERYTHING MANIFESTO: Transparency, Truth & Trust (2012)
Technology and the Future (2008)
Technology for Liberation (1986)