Hunger Games Thai Style, Van Gogh’s Ear, & DIY Internet

Welcome to New World Next Week – the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news.

This week:

Story #1: ‘Hunger Games’ Salute Used as Protest in Thailand
Thailand Junta: Elections Could Take More Than One Year
The Nation Reporter Taken Into Custody
Thai Media Censored Under Martial Law
Soldiers, Selfies and Martial Law: Thailand’s Tourism Industry Suffers

Story #2: Vincent Van Gogh’s Severed Ear Regrown, On Display In Germany
Artist Prints Van Gogh’s Ear From Family DNA
Solutions: 3D Printing
Star Trek-Style ‘Tractor Beam’ Created In Scotland
New Technique Could Erase Painful Memories – Or Bring Them Back
Scientists in Netherlands Teleport Quantum Info Across Room

Story #3: German Villagers Build Own Broadband Network
KC Freedom Network
Oakland People’s Open
Open Garden
John Oliver’s Net Neutrality Rant Crashes FCC Website
NWNW Flashback: No More Net Neutrality?
Flashback: Dead Drops – When US Cyber Command Pulls the Net

#GoodNewsNextWeek:
Massachusetts Pirate Party Fields First Two Candidates
Citizens of Oberon, Australia Keep Councilors from Starting Fluoridation
Buffalo, Missouri, Stops Adding Fluoride to the Water Supply

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