At a technical level GreenNet members operate as a network of ‘client’ computers all connected to a central server that lets them communicate with each other, and prompt actions in different points on the network.

But the tag cloud below gives a more interesting perspective on the voices and issues that are connected through the services we provide. Click on the tags to journey through the network of resources, projects, stories and campaigns from throughout the GreenNet community of people working for peace, the environment, gender equality and human rights. You’ll find alternative news headlines from the archives as well as interactive spaces to post events and job vacancies.

Alternatively, if you know the name of the organisation you’re looking for, you can browse through the full alphabetical list of members

Network news

17/05/2015   Hacking case reveals stealth Computer Misuse Act change

The day before its latest anti-hacking case hearing at the Investigatory Powers Tribunal, Privacy International was notified that the Computer Misuse Act had been rewritten in March to exempt the intelligence services from provisions making hacking illegal. Read the full story and press reactions.

23/04/2015   UK nuclear energy policy in ruins

Stop New NuclearStop New NuclearThe future of two reactors at Hinkley Point, and the Tories’ “significant new nuclear” election policy, has been set back by a “very serious fault in a crucial part” of an EPR reactor in Normandy. The head of France’s nuclear safety inspectorate said identical safety casings have been made for Hinckley Point, and the prototype plant at Flamanville, nearly three times over budget, could be further delayed for several years.

18/03/2015   UK claims power to bug and crack

The British Government has admitted GCHQ has the broad power to bug phones, computers and networks anywhere in the world, even if the target is not a threat to national security nor suspected of any crime.

Upcoming events

2 Jul 15

Doggerel: an exhibition of paitning by Luis Lozano

2nd - 24 July 2015

Dover Library, Dover Discovery Centre, Market Square, Dover CT16 1PB

luislozano.co.uk

7 Jul 15

Join us in Kendal on 7th July to OPPOSE MOORSIDE
Giant Postcard to Colour and Sign.
#StopMoorside petition.
Call to Boycott Toshiba (developers of the Moorside site).

Come along, bring yourselves, bring banners, bring music and show OPPOSITION to MOORSIDE the biggest and LEAST TALKED ABOUT THREAT TO THE NW & BEYOND

8 Jul 15

George Osborne is to announce an emergency budget on Wednesday 8 July.

The People's Assembly is calling a national day of protests against austerity across the country. In London we'll assemble at Parliament from 5:30pm.

This is the second budget in just four months & it begs the question what was Osborne hiding in his last?

Osborne plans £12 billion in cuts to welfare and a fresh round of austerity measures.

Updates on protests outside of London will be posted on the People's Assembly website - more info soon.

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