Micha Benoliel of Open Garden, Scott Horton of The Libertarian Institute & Kat Murti Feminists for Liberty – The Tatiana Show Ep. 36

Topics include:
–The Importance of Freedom of Speech and How Technology Empowers It.
–The Importance of Freedom of Information.
–North Korea Tensions.
–The War on Drugs.

About the Guests:

–  Micha Benoliel, Founder of Open Garden, which is a form of decentralized internet network at the grassroots level. An advocate for privacy Rights, focusing on electronic communications, as a means to circumvent state or corporate censorships or tracking, Micha works to promote innovations at the developer level. His next project which is still in the development stages, SkyBlue is an encrypted messaging service to compete with apps like WhatsApp or Telegram.

–  Scott Horton is the author of Fool’s Errand: Time to End the War in Afghanistan, FoolsErrand.us, managing director of the Libertarian Institute, host of Antiwar Radio on Pacifica, 90.7 FM KPFK in Los Angeles and KUCR 88.3 in Riverside, California and podcasts, host of the Scott Horton Show. Previous appearance.

Kat Murti is a libertarian, feminist, and activist, working to make the world a better, freer place, one day at a time. A self-described “creature of the internet,” Kat believes in using the power of the social media to spread the ideas of liberty online. Previous appearance.

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