ON-LINE ANTI-DEPORTATION EXIBITION STILL UNDER ATTACK BY LUFTHANSA
20.Dec.2000 - The airline started juridical proceedings in October of this year to get a exposition of anti deportation posters removed from the internet. Although the airlines crude attempt to censor political expression on the internet has failed as a result of a successful mirror-campaign Lufthansa has not learned its lesson and is still pushing juridical procedures against an activist from the German group "kein mensch ist illegal". More information about the juridical struggle between Lufthansa and "kein mensch ist illegal" will be posted on this site as it becomes available.
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"NO ONE IS ILLEGAL" NETWORK WILL NOT BE INTIMIDATED
18.Oct.2000 - Lufthansa AG wants to ban an online exhibition. But the German activists from the "no one is illegal" network will not yield to corporate pressure: Last Monday an ultimatum issued by the aviation company Lufthansa expired. The corporation's lawyers demanded that one activist of "no one is illegal" and the Cologne newspaper "Kölner Stadtrevue" sign a "declaration of compliance" in which they agree to remove the poster exhibition from the web by 16 October. 'No one is illegal' has rejected the demand and started a mirror campaign to show Lufthansa that the fredom of art is out of that corporations reach on the internet. [read the press release]