Back Issues (back) in stock

With a new reprint of datacide sixteen, all issues starting with number 12 are now back in stock.

The reprint of our book with issues 1-10 titled Everything Else Is Even More Ridiculous will f-i-n-a-l-l-y be back in stock soon as well.

The new issue datacide nineteen is in preparation and will appear this summer.

From now till the end of June we are offering two special deals via the Praxis Store including back issues and the upcoming new issue. You can choose between receiving issues 16/17/18 now and number 19 when it comes out for only 20 euro including international shipping. Or receive issues 12-18 now and number 19 when it comes out for only 35 euro including shipping.

Receive issues 16/17/18 now and issue 19 when it comes out for only 20 euro incl. shipping
Receive datacide issues 12-18 now and issue 19 when it comes out for only 35 euro incl. shipping

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Datacide Eighteen reprinted and available again

After being briefly out of print, Datacide Eighteen in available again. Get your copy now, or ,even better, consider taking out a subscription!

Datacide Seventeen reprinted and back in stock

Datacide Seventeen is now back in stock. After a few months out of print this issue has been reprinted.

Main features of this 17th issue of the magazine for noise & politics are Jo Burzynska’s interview with Cosey Fanni Tutti titles Memoirs of a Woman of Extreme Pleasures, Howard Slater’s article on Third Cinema Unparaphraseable Life, as well as the first English translation of Boris Souvarine’s Black October from 1927 about ten years of the Russian Revolution, here reprinted 100 years after the event. Plus many other contributions well worth reading.

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Digital Version of Datacide 18 is available now!

We have now produced a digital version of the current issue datacide eighteen. Its content is identical to the print edition, but some illustrations are in colour and some links are clickable. It’s ideal to read on your tablet or laptop.

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Our web site is blacklisted by facebook

If you’re using facebook you may have noticed that this very web site has been blacklisted. It is no longer possible to link to it from facebook, and all existing links have been removed. The Datacide page on fb still exists, so it’s not that Datacide per se has been banned. But when you try to set a link it claims that the site “violates community standards” or that it “includes content that other people on Facebook have reported as abusive” (depending on how you try to set a link you get either of those “error” messages). The latter suggests that it’s the result of a campaign, and not a mistake by fb’s AI as we initially assumed. But this is speculation – no reason or cause has been given by facebook.

Links to datacide-magazine.com on facebook have been blocked for several weeks now – we and a number of people have filed complaints/error reports, but unsurprisingly these have been ignored by facebook. It’s a crass example of an intransparent and unaccountable Behemoth exercising censorship.

How bad is this for us? 

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