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SXSW Interactive Festival
"I don't think information is property, and thus I don't think it's possible to buy it, and therefore, it's not possible to steal it." A keynote speaker at SXSW Interactive, Dublin native Ian Clarke speaks about Freenet, the peer-to-peer system he created.
"...to make of the future of his pursuits, namely Freenet. A 24-year-old native of Dublin, Ireland, Clarke created Freenet,..."

March 23, 2001 Screens Feature by Rob D'Amico

Naked City
Off the Desk:
"...running at $30 a pop, will prevent the Austin Freenet-supplied computers from searching for potentially offensive material. The software,..."

Feb. 28, 1997 News Feature

“It’s About Damn Time”
City Council passes first paid sick leave ordinance in the South
"...displace a longstanding city relationship with local nonprofit Austin Freenet; and..."

Feb. 19, 2018 News Post by Michael King

Looking to the Future
Five profiles from the Austin tech community: 21st Century Project founder Gary Chapman, Her Domain president Donna Kidwell, Hoover's CEO Patrick Spain, writer and marketing whiz Will Kreth, and Austin Free-Net executive director Ana Sisnett
"...represent interests all across the board. Other speakers include Freenet creator Ian Clarke, graphic designer Scott McCloud, and Burning..."

March 2, 2001 Screens Feature by Sarah Hepola

The Spatial Engineer of the Invisible City
He is everywhere. He is unavoidable. He is Tha' Subliminal Kid.
"...Spooky will discuss when he shares the stage with Freenet creator Ian Clarke at their SXSW Interactive keynote address..."

March 2, 2001 Screens Feature by Marc Savlov

Naked City
Off the Desk:
"...Councilmember Jackie Goodman's assessment of the CyberPatrol software on Freenet computers in city libraries. Goodman is convinced that the..."

April 18, 1997 News Feature

Light Rail on the Web
"...Here's some cities that are exploring light-rail issues (again,..."

April 4, 1997 News Feature

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