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Comic author Rob Reid unveils Copyright Math (TM), a remarkable new field of study based on actual numbers from entertainment industry lawyers and lobbyists.
Earlier this month, numerama.com reported documents put online by a professor at Lille, a guide to achieve an easy PirateBox miniature, based on a router that costs less than 40 euros. The idea is to create access to shared Wifi network, which is anonymous, and the pooling of different storage spaces by creating a network of interconnected PirateBoxes (updated: @ PirateBox_Lille tells us that the software is not ready yet, but it is under development). Everything happens offline, so sheltered from the eyes of beneficiaries and Internet Piracy.
Initially anecdotal, the concept of PirateBox begins to take a certain extent, perhaps portending a much greater development, especially in cities where it is easier to connect through PirateBox. All you need is a Piratebox in the same neighborhood for a great local network, where everyone comes to file and download the contents of its choice, without using internet.
To promote the development of PirateBox, blogger Milanese Mederic established MyPirateBox.com the website, which allows you to reference the various boxes on a map. Two days after its creation, the site already has 33 PirateBox referenced and localized.