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  1. ATU develops 130 gongbans annually in areas ranging from smart phones, tablets, smart watches, smart homes, and industrial controls—and distributes the designs for free. WPI then makes money by trading in the boards’ components. "We call this shanzhai in Shenzhen. It’s a mass production artwork,” explains Lawrence Lin head of the ...

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    Sutej Hugu: "The fundamental problem is that ICCAs have been deprived of collective land tenure and rights for natural resources in their traditional territories. Self-determination and self-government of ICCAs is the ultimate goal for us to achieve. Before it comes true, keeping a dynamic and adaptive vision of ICCAs is most important for its surv...

    "TICTU Restoration Strategic Action Plan for disrupted ICCAs Following the holistic approach of rights-institution, knowledge-ethic, and livelihood-wellbeing, TICTU freely promotes the restoration strategic action plans on: a. Tribal Participatory GIS for time-space adaptive information and collective memories. This is going along with tribal herit...

    A brief update on the situation of indigenous Taiwan

    Sutej Hugu: "It is clear that once ICCAs are politically governed by the colonial state apparatus and economically controlled by the global market, they have lost their natural sovereignty and integrity to take care of themselves in their traditional territories. Here is a brief report on the situation of indigenous Taiwan after the formal apology for all the colonial crimes in these four hundred years issued by the new President last August and the launch of the Historical and Transitional J...

  2. Our hope is that 1) Indigenous communities can use these guidelines as a starting point to define their own, community-specific guidelines, and 2) non-Indigenous technologists and policy-makers can use them start a productive conversation with Indigenous communities about how to enter into collaborative technology development efforts. Categories:

  3. One Earth presents a novel biogeographical framework called Bioregions 2020, which builds upon the world’s 846 terrestrial ecoregional divisions (Dinerstein et al. 2017) to delineate 184 discreet bioregions. Two years in development, with input from an array of field scientists, conservation experts, and geographers, the Bioregions 2020 ...

  4. Description. "As Qualcomm puts it, FlashLinq “enables devices to discover each other automatically and continuously, and to communicate, peer-to-peer, at broadband speeds without the need for intermediary infrastructure.”. In other words, it’ll build a wireless network between FlashLinq-enabled devices, allowing those devices to pass data ...

  5. 2010年5月2日 · Definition. "People’s organizations (POs), unlike NGOs, are established by and represent sectors of the population like small farmers, artisanal fisherfolk, slum dwellers and others. POs take a wide variety of forms and exist at various levels. - Community-based organizations (CBOs) mobilize and represent local populations and directly ...

  6. 对等生产(Peer Production)的政治经济学 作者:Michael Bauwens,[email protected], Political Economy of Peer Production Translator: Xiangjun KONG <[email protected]>, Sponsor: Jan Van den Bergh <[email protected]> for i-merge interactive brandbreeding Tel: +86 136 2179 9450 ...