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El 1Dmx nos recuerda que el poder no está en las reglas de quienes se esconden tras las vallas.

¿Qué es OP1D.mx? La historia por adelantado

Comienza la cuenta regresiva para el guión preescrito de la represión de OP1D.mx. Somos quienes gritamos nunca más un México con violencia y fuimos gaseados, golpeados y encarcelados por la sordera de un poder que sólo se mira a sí mismo. Somos los presos de cada manifestación, el periodista asesinado por decir la verdad, el joven aprehendido por cómo se viste y la estudiante que dejó de ser nota cuando incomodó al monólogo del poder.

A los medios de comunicación que ya tienen preparada la portada sensacionalista del lunes les decimos que este 1º de diciembre vamos a romper el guión que se impuso a fuego y sangre hace un año. No vamos a cumplir el papel que nos asignaron en el espectáculo televisado de la democracia. No seremos víctimas ni héroes sino dueños de nuestra historia.

Están listos los toletes y el flash amarillista de una prensa sin escrúpulos. Están listas las reformas legislativas que les permiten encarcelar a inocentes. Están listos los grupos de choque financiados por el Gobierno Federal y el Gobierno del Distrito Federal. Está lista la sala de televisión en las oficinas del PRI para contemplar la destrucción del proyecto ciudadano, que al margen de cualquier partido, avanza en la Ciudad de México. Está listo Mancera para cumplir las ordenes de Peña. Pero también nosotros estamos listos, estamos listos para romper el miedo y para romper el guión. Empieza la cuenta regresiva para detener el show.

¿A quién creen que engañan con sus operativos desmedidos y sus notas inflamadas? El domingo el GDF está listo para cazarnos como animales. Aquí está su cuota de detenidos. Aquí están las fianzas y los chivos expiatorios. Somos anarquistas, somos quienes no lanzan la piedra pero reciben el toletazo, somos jóvenes, somos prensa libre, somos mochilas asesinas. Deténganos de una vez y ahórrenos la violencia. Que este #1Dmx no le sirva a los señores del poder.

La Censura en Internet y OP1D.mx

No creemos en la censura, Internet es un lugar libre para quien quiera acceder.

En Op1D queremos acercar a todo internauta a un mundo de información sin precedentes. No nos limitamos a un tipo de información en específico, en nuestra página encontrarás temas que te pueden servir en la vida diaria.

Sin fines lucrativos de cualquier tipo, nuestro equipo de redactores ponen al alcance de tu mano los más importantes artículos del mundo de las noticias. Contamos con muchas fuentes informativas que nos ayudan a mantener la objetividad y el acento hacia la verdad y la asequibilidad.

Al formar parte de nuestra comunidad, formarán parte de un grupo de personas informadas, abiertas al diálogo y a la discusión informada.

Nos mantenemos actualizados para así saber sobre qué temas está hablando la gente y acercarlos a nuestros usuarios, nuestras restricciones están enfocadas en evitar contenidos agresivos, ofensivos y fraudulentos.

Contamos con colaboradores informados, pendientes y activos en la vida diaria y acontecimientos de todo tipo.

Mantenernos y mantenerte informado es nuestro objetivo número uno.

Bienvenido a OP1D.

#OP1D.MX en Vivo

A few days before December the 1st, 2013, the U.S. Embassy in Mexico orders the censorship of the website 1Dmx.org. On December the 2nd, GoDaddy.com, a U.S. based company which provides Internet domains, takes down the site.

La censura de 1Dmx.org

1Dmx.org is an informative website created on December the 2nd 2012 in order to document human rights violations and police abuse registered during Enrique Peña Nieto’s swearing as a president on December 1st. The site made technological resources available, which allowed people to organize and gather evidence on the Internet related to the events. The information gathered helped refuting the official version of the facts and was proof that the government had fabricated testimonies and false evidence against the people arrested on that day.

The documentation assembled by citizens confirmed that de Federal Police used rubber bullets. It also proofed that the projectile that killed the theater director and activist Juan Francisco Kuykendall, came from police forces and not from the demonstrators. Videos and pictures showed that the police acted in coordination with government paid rioters. The National Human Rights Commission still remains silent.

As a first email reply, GoDaddy.com argues that the site was taken down because of a violation of the terms of service. However, on the next day, in a second email, the company reveals that the real reason behind the suspension of the domain is that there is an undergoing law enforcement investigation. Without clarifying neither the authority behind this investigation nor its motives, GoDaddy.com says that for more information, one must contact a Homeland Security Investigations Special Agent at the U.S. Embassy in Mexico.

The Agent was contacted. However, he refused to give any information on the case, with an unjustifiable opacity. Given that the order to censor comes from the Embassy, we are inclined to presume that there is at least one authority of the Mexican government involved in de suspension of the domain. Thus, on December 24th, 2013, we filed an appeal on the grounds of unconstitutionality before the Eighth District Court on Administrative Matters. The judge orders the indicated authorities to hand in an inform justifying their participation. To the date, two of these authorities have not turned over the required information, missing the deadline defined by the judge.

In recent days, GoDaddy.com confirmed that the Mexican agency which requested the U.S. government to censor 1Dmx.org, was the Specialized Centre on Technological Response (CERT in Spanish). This is an agency of the Federal Police, which depends upon de Secretariat of the Interior since 2013. It is no coincidence that the two authorities that have not yet handed in the required information to the judge, are the Secretariat of the Interior and the National Security Commission.

We find it regrettable that the collaboration of the U.S. government with the Mexican government compromises freedom of speech in Mexico.

El nacimiento de op1d.mx

More than the return of the domain 1Dmx.org, we point out that our struggle is for freedom of speech. We will upload the content censored as many times as necessary. Until the domain is returned, the content will be available on https://op1d.mx

The censorship was executed by the Secretariat of the Interior through the National Security Commission. We hold, Commissioner Manuel Mondragón, responsible for censoring of the website 1Dmx.org. He is also responsible for the police operation of December the 1st, 2012.

We demand the Commissioner to explain in a statement why the agency on his command ordered the censorship of the website.

How many more websites has the Mexican government taken down? Why does the U.S. government collaborate on restraining the free expression of ideas in other countries? Who should be under investigation, the authorities that repress or the citizens that document and report those abuses? Prior censorship is a violation of human right and an unacceptable unconstitutional action, deeply related to authoritarian regimes.

The current Mexican government is stained by a systematic repression of freedom of speech. The police operation deployed during the swearing in of president Peña Nieto left a toll of: 99 arbitrary arrests, 6 documented cases of torture and one murder by the security forces. At least 58 journalists have been attacked in social rallies and six journalists have been murdered from December 1st 2012 to date. In just over a year, 267 people have been arrested during rallies, only in Mexico City. Today the only opposition allowed in Mexico, is the simulated opposition.

Censorship as a form of government reeks of the worst years of the PRI party, when the closure of newspapers and broadcasters, as well as the investigation of the political dissent was an everyday practice.

The wall imposed on the streets on December 1st, 2012 has come to the Internet. They can take down a site, but they cannot shut its voice. Censorship is an unacceptable violation of freedom of speech and must be investigated and punished. However, censorship also shows the power we have as citizens. Today cameras and information networks are our weapons against political authoritarianism. We call users, the media, and the citizens in general to defend the Internet as a free space, from which one can express, consult, and discuss ideas, both those that are against and for the government in turn. If censorship does not respect boarders, neither should freedom, information and solidarity. 1Dmx.org