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Fri, Nov 11 2016 3:00 PM CET — Mon, Nov 14 2016 12:00 AM CET

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On November 11-13, 2016, “Platform Cooperativism: Building The Cooperative Internet” will take place at The New School and Civic Hall in New York City. On Day 1, we will bring together an international group of policymakers to discuss regulation and investment in alternative models. In the afternoon, we’ll think through the legal and design implications of the cooperative platform economy. On Day 2, discussions will focus on global opportunities for convergence among worker resistance, unions, and cooperatives. How can online co-ops meet some of the platform economy’s challenges that the labor movement has struggled with? On Sunday, Day 3 an unconference co-sponsored and hosted by our partner Civic Hall will allow for an open stream of project proposals for the platform co-op space.

https://joindiaspora.com/u/platformcooperativism

http://platformcoop.net/

http://platformcoop.net/2016

https://livestream.com/internetsociety/platformcoop2016

http://www.platformcoop.net/2016/schedule

http://www.platformcoop.net/2016/participants/thomas-doennebrink

USA Group New York (?) https://www.facebook.com/groups/1487620331468306/

Spain Barcelona Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/908775275826716/

Germany Berlin Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1742154816061032/

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Videos:

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here is the massive amount of text you probably not gonna read:

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Platform Cooperativism: Building the Cooperative Internet

Almost unnoticed, in the gaps and hollows of the digital economy, a new economy is emerging that follows a different ethical and financial logic. Platform cooperativism, as it has come to be called, is an emerging movement for democratic governance and collective ownership on the Internet and a fairer future of work. It is a concrete, near future alternative to the on-demand economy; it reclaims humane principles like mutuality, sympathy, and solidarity by bringing together the rich heritage of cooperativism with 21st-century technologies.

The pieces are coming into place. Freelancers are forming cooperatives to find clients and pool insurance through platforms of their own. Uber drivers are leaving the mothership, organizing in co-ops, and designing their own taxi apps. Photographers are offering their work for fair prices on a platform where they’re in charge, and journalists are crowdfunding news portals co-owned with their audiences. New decentralized networks are enabling people to share their data with each other without relying on a corporate cloud. Contrary to the rules of the dominant algorithmic gatekeepers, platform cooperativism puts the online economic infrastructure into the hands of the people who depend on it most.

The cooperative platform economy can become one of the counterforces to the defects of the on-demand economy. It is a strategy for reversing wealth inequality, gender inequity, environmental degradation, and systemic racial injustice. The experiments now already underway show that a global ecosystem of cooperatives can stand against the concentration of wealth and the insecurity of workers that yields Silicon Valley’s winner-takes-all economy. They show that the Internet can be owned and governed differently.

Since the “Platform Cooperativism: The Internet, Ownership, Democracy” event in November 2015 at The New School, conferences and community meetings about the cooperative platform economy have taken place in Berlin, New York City, Florence, Bologna, Weimar, Melbourne, London, Brussels, Boston, Budapest, and Philadelphia. A new book, Ours to Hack and to Own, gathers many of the rationales and experiments that are driving the movement forward. The Platform Cooperativism Consortium will launch at this event, creating a global network of institutions to support this eco system of businesses. The vision is spreading. A year later, we need to keep the momentum building and continue forging the critical connections necessary to make this vision even more a reality.

On November 11-13, 2016, “Platform Cooperativism: Building The Cooperative Internet” will take place at The New School and Civic Hall in New York City.

On Day 1, we will bring together an international group of policymakers to discuss regulation and investment in alternative models. In the afternoon, we’ll think through the legal and design implications of the cooperative platform economy.

On Day 2, discussions will focus on global opportunities for convergence among worker resistance, unions, and cooperatives. How can online co-ops meet some of the platform economy’s challenges that the labor movement has struggled with?

On Sunday, Day 3 an unconference co-sponsored and hosted by our partner Civic Hall will allow for an open stream of project proposals for the platform co-op space.

Building the basis for a popular movement in support of a fairer cooperative digital economy requires countless people, projects, inventive organizations, publications, and events around the world. “Platform Cooperativism: Building The Cooperative Internet” will be part of this effort. Join us online and in person.
The event will be live streamed at:

https://livestream.com/internetsociety/platformcoop2016
Live stream watching parties

Montreal
https://www.facebook.com/events/211443319280855/
NYC
https://www.face

book.com/events/1657538997720948/

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About

Maira Sutton is the Campaign Organizer at Shareable building our online advocacy projects. She was formerly at the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) for over four years as their Global Policy Analyst, where she monitored and advocated for digital rights around emerging tech policy and their impact on access to knowledge, privacy, and free expression. She was one of the leading activists following the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade negotiations and its effects on users, scholars, creators, and innovators. Prior to joining EFF, she was a paralegal and legal researcher at a law firm in Los Angeles that specialized in fighting redevelopment, eminent domain, and unfair government practices

She earned her BA at UC Santa Cruz in Politics and Global Information and Social Enterprise Studies. At UCSC she was a Fellow and Coordinator for the Everett Program, which trains undergraduate students to become enterprising tech-literate activists for local to global social justice causes. In 2008, Maira lived and worked in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, as a legal researcher and tech intern with Sisters in Islam, a Muslim feminist organization.

Deutscher Bundestag – Mitglieder des Finanzausschusses

Mitglieder des Finanzausschuss der 18. Wahlperiode.

Ob die jemals etwas von Bernard Lietar gehört haben?

Ordentliche Mitglieder

Ingrid Arndt-Brauer

© SPD Parteivorstand / Susie Knoll / Florian Jaenicke

Arndt-Brauer, Ingrid

SPD

Vorsitzende

 

Gerhard Schick

© DBT/ Inga Haar

Schick, Dr. Gerhard

Bündnis 90/Die Grünen

Stellv. Vorsitzender

 

Hans Michelbach

© DBT

Michelbach, Dr. h. c. Hans

CDU/CSU

Obmann

 

Dr. Axel Troost

© Axel Trost

Troost, Dr. Axel

Die Linke

Obmann

 

Lisa Paus, Bündnis 90/Die Grünen

© Bundestagsfraktion Bündnis 90/Die Grünen/ Stefan Kaminiski

Paus, Lisa

Bündnis 90/Die Grünen

Obfrau

 

Lothar Binding

© DBT/Stella von Saldern

Binding (Heidelberg), Lothar

SPD

Sprecher

 

Antje Tilmmann

© Antje Tillmann/Michael Voigt

Tillmann, Antje

CDU/CSU

Sprecherin

 

Uwe Feiler

© Uwe Feiler/Laurence Chaperon

Feiler, Uwe

CDU/CSU

 

Klaus-Peter Flosbach

© Klaus-Peter Flosbach/ Lina Sommer

Flosbach, Klaus-Peter

CDU/CSU

 

Fritz Güntzler

© Fritz Güntzler / Mirko Phla

Güntzler, Fritz

CDU/CSU

 

Olav Gutting

© Olav Gutting/ Laurence Chaperon

Gutting, Olav

CDU/CSU

 

Matthias Hauer

© Matthias Hauer / Emil Zander

Hauer, Matthias

CDU/CSU

 

Margaret Horb

© DBT/Inga Haar

Horb, Margaret

CDU/CSU

 

Anja Karliczek

© Anja Karliczek/Gisela Franke

Karliczek, Anja

CDU/CSU

 

Markus Koob

© Markus Koob /Laurence Chaperon

Koob, Markus

CDU/CSU

 

Bettina Kudla

© Bettina Kudla / Laurence Chaperon

Kudla, Bettina

CDU/CSU

 

Philipp Graf Lerchenfeld

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Lerchenfeld, Philipp Graf

CDU/CSU

 

Mathias Middelberg

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Middelberg, Dr. Mathias

CDU/CSU

 

Philipp Murmann

© Dr. Philipp Murmann MdB/ Laurence Chaperon

Murmann, Dr. Philipp

CDU/CSU

 

Alexander Radwan

© DBT/Haar

Radwan, Alexander

CDU/CSU

 

Norbert Schindler

© Norbert Schindler / Dirk Bellmann

Schindler, Norbert

CDU/CSU

 

Frank Steffel

© Tobias Schult

Steffel, Dr. Frank

CDU/CSU

 

Christian von Stetten

© Christian Freiherr von Stetten/ Rudolf Prell

Stetten, Christian Freiherr von

CDU/CSU

 

Bernhard Daldrup

© SPD Parteivorstand/Susie Knoll, Florian Jaenicke

Daldrup, Bernhard

SPD

 

Metin Hakverdi

© SPD Parteivorstand/Susie Knoll, Florian Jaenicke

Hakverdi, Metin

SPD

 

Frank Junge

© SPD Parteivorstand/Susie Knoll, Florian Jaenicke

Junge, Frank

SPD

 

Cansel Kiziltepe

© Cansel Kiziltepe/Mehmet Özaltan

Kiziltepe, Cansel

SPD

 

Christian Petry

© Christian Petry/Bittner

Petry, Christian

SPD

 

Ryglewski, Sarah

© DBT/Stella von Saldern

Ryglewski, Sarah

SPD

 

Schwarz, Andreas

© Andreas Schwarz/ Henning Schacht

Schwarz, Andreas

SPD

 

Dr. Jens Zimmermann

© SPD Parteivorstand / Susie Knoll / Florian Jaenicke

Zimmermann, Dr. Jens

SPD

 

Zoellmer, Manfred-Helmut

© SPD Parteivorstand / Susie Knoll / Florian Jaenicke

Zöllmer, Manfred

SPD

 

Roland Claus

© Frank Ossenbrink Media Group/ Frank Ossenbrink

Claus, Roland

Die Linke

 

Susanna Karawanskij

© DIE LINKE. Sachsen/Agentur Trialon

Karawanskij, Susanna

Die Linke

 

pitterle_richard

© DBT / Renate Blanke

Pitterle, Richard

Die Linke

 

Gambke Thomas

© Thomas Gambke / Harry Zdera

Gambke, Dr. Thomas

Bündnis 90/Die Grünen

 

Britta Haßelmann

© Britta Haßelmann/ studio kohlmeier

Haßelmann, Britta

Bündnis 90/Die Grünen

 

Norbert Brackmann

© Norbert Brackmann/ Laurence Chaperon

Brackmann, Norbert

CDU/CSU

 

Heike Brehmer

© Heike Brehmer/ Foto-Objekt-Design Koglin

Brehmer, Heike

CDU/CSU

 

Ralph Brinkhaus

© Ralph Brinkhaus/ Laurence Chaperon

Brinkhaus, Ralph

CDU/CSU

 

Hansjörg Durz

© Durz, Hansjörg/Merk, Marcus

Durz, Hansjörg

CDU/CSU

 

Stephan Harbarth

© Dr. Stephan Harbarth/Laurence Chaperon

Harbarth, Dr. Stephan

CDU/CSU

 

Mark Helfrich

© Mark Helfrich/ Laurence Chaperon

Helfrich, Mark

CDU/CSU

 

Christian Hirte

© Christian Hirte MdB/ Laurence Chaperon

Hirte, Christian

CDU/CSU

 

Heribert Hirte

© Tobias Koch

Hirte, Prof. Dr. iur. Heribert

CDU/CSU

 

Bartholomäus Kalb

© DBT

Kalb, Bartholomäus

CDU/CSU

 

Andreas Lenz

© Andreas Lenz/ Manuel List

Lenz, Dr. Andreas

CDU/CSU

 

Dr. Carsten Linnemann

Dr. Carsten Linnemann

© Dr. Carsten Linnemann/Thorsten Schneider

Linnemann, Dr. Carsten

CDU/CSU

 

Mattfeldt Andreas

© Andreas Mattfeldt / Christine Blohmann, Die Hoffotografen

Mattfeldt, Andreas

CDU/CSU

 

Nick, Andreas

© CDU Westerwald/Bianca Richter

Nick, Dr. Andreas

CDU/CSU

 

Lothar Riebsamen

© DBT / Inga Haar

Riebsamen, Lothar

CDU/CSU

 

Selle, Johannes

© Johannes Selle / Stella von Saldern

Selle, Johannes

CDU/CSU

 

Thomas Viesehon

© Thomas Viesehon / Aurelia Schulz

Viesehon, Thomas

CDU/CSU

 

Marco Wanderwitz

© Marco Wanderwitz/ Laurence Chaperon

Wanderwitz, Marco

CDU/CSU

 

Kai Whittaker

© Kai Whittaker/Laurence Chaperon

Whittaker, Kai

CDU/CSU

 

Sebastian Hartmann

© SPD Parteivorstand/Susie Knoll, Florian Jaenike

Hartmann, Sebastian

SPD

 

Christina Jantz

© Frank Nürnberger

Jantz-Herrmann, Christina

SPD

 

Hans-Ulrich Krüger

© SPD Parteivorstand/Susie Knoll, Florian Jaenicke

Krüger, Dr. Hans-Ulrich

SPD

 

Karl Lauterbach

© SPD Parteivorstand / Susie Knoll / Florian Jaenicke

Lauterbach, Dr. Karl

SPD

 

Klaus Mindrup, SPD

Klaus Mindrup, SPD

© Klaus Mindrup/ Thomas Imo

Mindrup, Klaus

SPD

 

Joachim Poß

© SPD Parteivorstand / Susie Knoll / Florian Jaenicke

Poß, Joachim

SPD

 

Florian Post

© Florian Post / Mark Fernandes

Post, Florian

SPD

 

Annette Sawade (SPD)

Annette Sawade (SPD)

© SPD Parteivorstand / Susie Knoll / Florian Jaenicke

Sawade, Annette

SPD

 

Schneider, Carsten

© SPD Parteivorstand / Susie Knoll / Florian Jaenicke

Schneider (Erfurt), Carsten

SPD

 

Dagmar Ziegler, SPD

Dagmar Ziegler, SPD

© Susie Knoll / Florian Jaenicke

Ziegler, Dagmar

SPD

 

Dirk Vöpel

© SPD Parteivorstand / Susie Knoll, Florian Jaenicke

Vöpel, Dirk

SPD

 

Caren Lay

© Caren Lay

Lay, Caren

Die Linke

 

Michael Schlecht

© Bundestagsfraktion DIE LINKE.

Schlecht, Michael

Die Linke

 

Dr. Sahra Wagenknecht

© Bundestagsfraktion DIE LINKE.

Wagenknecht, Dr. Sahra

Die Linke

 

Hubertus Zdebel

© Hubertus Zdebel

Zdebel, Hubertus

Die Linke

 

Kerstin Andreae

© DBT/Inga Haar

Andreae, Kerstin

Bündnis 90/Die Grünen

 

Katharina Dröge

© Katharina Dröge/Fabian Stürtz

Dröge, Katharina

Bündnis 90/Die Grünen

 

Anja Hajduk

© Julia Hammerschmidt/malzkorn

Hajduk, Anja

Bündnis 90/Die Grünen

 

Sven-Christian Kindler

© Sven-Christian Kindler / Daniel George

Kindler, Sven-Christian

Bündnis 90/Die Grünen

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Der Arbeitsbereich des Ausschusses deckt sich mit Ausnahme der Haushaltspolitik mit den Zuständigkeiten des Bundesministeriums der Finanzen. Aufgabe des Finanzausschusses ist es, die ihm vom Plenum des Deutschen Bundestags überwiesenen Vorlagen zu beraten: Insbesondere Gesetzentwürfe der Bundesregierung, der Fraktionen und des Bundesrates, aber auch Anträge der Fraktionen, Berichte der Bundesregierung sowie Vorlagen der Europäischen Union. In den Bereichen der Finanzmarktregulierung (Banken, Wertpapier- und Versicherungsgeschäft), des Zollwesens und der Steuerpolitik hat der Finanzausschuss in der Regel die federführende Beratung inne.

https://www.bundestag.de/finanzausschuss

https://www.bundestag.de/ausschuesse18/a07/mitglieder/260590

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Im Grunde ist eine Blockchain einfach ein riesiger Datensatz der alle Transaktionen Aller Nutzer enthält. (Wer an Wen Wieviel Geld mit Welchem Betreff überwiesen hat)

Die Banken arbeiten jetzt schon (so weit ich weiss) mit diesem System.

Gefälschte Überweisungen sind nur möglich wenn mehr als 51% aller Server gehackt wären.

Das Problem der Geldschöpfung und Transparenz (gegen Korruption) ist so NICHT gelöst.