We have learned that Dutch police have seized the servers of the NoState tech collective, which hosts North Shore Counter-Info as well as Montreal Counter-Info and several other anarchist sites (like for instance 325 and Act For Freedom Now!, Enough 14). We know it is in the context of a criminal investigation but not much else.
Originally published by Raddle.
North Shore Counter-Info is inaccessible for the time being, but the project is not dead and we will be migrating to new servers in the coming days. In the meantime, we will still be accepting submissions by email at northshore at riseup dt net and we will repost them on our twitter (@nscounterinfo) and on raddle.me/f/Canada.
Although this most recent attack on anarchist online infrastructure is disappointing, it is not surprising. Our goal as a project is to allow for communication between anarchists across Ontario and more widely, with the goal of developing our ideas and practices to build a world without domination and based on autonomy. This simple goal will always be opposed by those in power and our task now is to find ways to carry on, as anarchists have always done in the face of repression.
We will post further updates on both those platforms as we receive them. In the meantime, it is useful to share this update widely.
Dutch police have seized the server hosting several anarchist projects, including Montreal Counter-information, as part of a criminal investigation. This is the reason that our website is currently not accessible. We don’t have more information at this time. Our first objective has always been and will always be to provide a secure platform for anarchists of our region to share their ideas and practices.