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EDT -- Creators of the Transborder Immigrant Tool

The Electronic Disturbance Theater/b.a.n.g lab

Ricardo Dominguez / Principle Investigator
Brett Stalbaum / Principle Investigator
Amy Sara Carroll / Poet
Micha Cárdenas / Lead Researcher
Jason Najarro / Lead Researcher
Elle Mehrmand / Assistant Researcher
Diana Le / Design

The Electronic Disturbance Theater (EDT) are a collective of artists, hacktavists, perfomers whose works enact Electronic Civil Disobedience, a term derived from the Critical Art Ensemble, which Ricardo Dominguez participated in prior to the formation of EDT.

Past Projects:

  • FloodNet -- Java application that launched denial-of-service attacks to draw attention to the Zapatista movement.  Later released as Zapatista Disturbance Software Developer's Kit.
  • Virtual Sit-Ins, subsequent denial-of-service attacks for Health Care for the poor, against the Iraq War, against anti-immigrant websites, and on March 4 2010 against the University of California President's page in protest of cuts to the budget.
The last Virtual Sit-In was the ultimate subject of the year-long investigation into Ricardo Dominguez.

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