Our next tech meeting will be this Sunday, December 9th, from 1pm to 3pm.
We will setup our voting system so pirates can revise our platform.
It will be at 25 Moore St., Somerville. Call 617-447-0210 if you need directions. Read more →
Some important updates regarding the vigil on December 16th, in conjunction with the International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers:
The Harvard Law School's Sex Worker Advocacy Network, which has been doing research on a possible lawsuit, has joined us as a co-sponsor. We welcome the folk... Read more →
December 17th is the International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers. Each year, sex workers and their allies gather in events around the globe to mourn those lost to violence, and to renew their commitment to greater rights and safety for all sex workers.
Here in Boston, the Massachuse... Read more →
Massachusetts Senators are trying to sneak into the budget unprecedented new state surveillance powers for prosecutors. We stopped them in November, and we need to do so again.
Prosecutors in Massachusetts have greater access to sensitive information about us than ever before, often without a wa... Read more →
We have long supported network neutrality. Internet service providers shouldn't have the right to censor what bits we receive or send. They shouldn't have the right to charge some companies more to send bits to us or us to receive those bits.
If we don't stop the FCC from giving ISPs the right to... Read more →