Saturday, January 7, 2012

First Look – No Safe Harbor

On January 15 24 (publisher issues), the United States Pirate Party (USPP) will be launching its first book, titled No Safe Harbor: Essays about Pirate Politics. It will not only be offered in eBook formats free of charge, but you can buy it in paperback from

The book will be a collection of essays, some you will have seen before, others written especially for the book, along with comic strips from Nina Paley. As a special bonus, we have even included the UN Declaration on Human Rights, because documents like that are handy to have available.

We’ve already had some of the proofs, and they’re looking rather nice, as you can see in these photographs.

So mark your calendars, and get ready to read 250 pages of political joy.


Government and Corporate Transparency and Accountability

Assassinating Citizens
                Marcus Kesler
The Worst Part of Citizenship
                Ryan Moffitt
The Parable of the Pasture
                Howard Denson
Indie Authors Shaking the Pillars of Publishing
                Reagen Dandridge
Breaking the Two Party Two-Step
                Andrew “K'Tetch” Norton
Fluid Democracy
                William Sims Bainbridge
Privatizing Life
                Kembrew McLeod
Killing the Corporate Person
                Andrew “K'Tetch” Norton


“Real Names” Policies Are An Abuse of Power
                danah boyd
Criminal of Innocence
                Travis McCrea
Privacy Now, Nothing Later
                Ryan Moffitt
Personal Privacy
                Travis McCrea
Notes on the 4th Amendment
                The Electronic Frontier Foundation
No Safe Quarter
                Loreley MacTavish
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights
                The United Nations

Intellectual Property

History of Copyright
                Rick Falkvinge
The DRM Sausage Factory
                Cory Doctorow
                Lawrence Lessig
Questions Concerning Copyright
                Brad Hall
This Gene is Your Gene
                Kembrew McLeod

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