A Fit of Freedom | .mistrust .reflect .double check
A Fit of Freedom | .mistrust .reflect .double check
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All human beings create their own vision of freedom. For some, freedom means a big party, for others – an opportunity to travel or financial autonomy. However, gaining “permanent” freedom is more like a utopia – in one way or another we have to follow written or unwritten rules and norms. That is why freedom comes in fits: at times of doubt, quarrel, reflection or learning. It is this very experience that a series of online-books – A Fit of Freedom – is based upon. You’ll find them telling of challenges of the present and the foreseeable future. Let’s go through these doubts together, let’s think and examine in order to make a fit of our own freedom last a little longer.

History of downloads

  • Flibusta, Rutracker, MyBook, LitRes, Official site

Interested in the project (age, %)

  • Under 18 y.o.
  • 18-24 y.o.
  • 25-34 y.o.
  • 35-44 y.o.
  • Over 45 y.o.

Interested in the project (gender, %)

  • Male
  • Female

The Black List: A Brief History of Battles over the Internet

The past fifteen years of the Internet’s history have been all but uneventful: it has gone from being an uncharted territory of the new age to a dream of social equality come true to a concept of ever-present business experiments and self-censorship. Today, we are witnessing websites being blacklisted, the “Great Chinese firewall”, and have accepted the “antiterrorist amendments”, leading to universal surveillance. Has the humankind as a whole and Internet users in particular been able to preserve a space for free exchange of information? Who and what represents today’s global network? What are its prospects? Let’s ask these questions and begin to investigate the logic of things in order to be ready for any changes ahead.


Kilil Lobetsky


Valeria Kirikova


Max Bokhan


Alisa Kravchenko


Кирилл Лобецкий на сервере Проза.ру