Basic how-to guide for preserving fundamental rights on the Internet

Basic how-to guide for preserving fundamental rights on the Internet

Everything explained in this guide is to protect the inviolability of our communications, our right to privacy and freedom of political opinion, expression and access to information, all of them fundamental rights that have been legally recognized for centuries. It is important that legal doctrines that blame the tools for the crimes are not established. […]

#Democracy – Rights and freedoms protected by the people: recent events in Catalonia as a case study

#Democracy – Rights and freedoms protected by the people: recent events in Catalonia as a case study

What is happening in Spain these days in relation with the situation in Catalonia is a very significant milestone in the defence of freedoms and rights around the world in the digital age. The reaction of the Spanish government has clearly shown that the entire population – not only those living in Catalonia – needs […]

Digital Agenda 2017: Xnet’s roadmap to work on urgent subjects with impact on digital rights and freedoms

Digital Agenda 2017: Xnet’s roadmap to work on urgent subjects with impact on digital rights and freedoms

Xnet delivered to the Spanish Parliament its 2017 Digital Agenda with serveral urgent subjects with impact on digital rights and freedoms.
European civil society organisations call for the rejection of the  EU Trade Secrets Directive

European civil society organisations call for the rejection of the EU Trade Secrets Directive

Texto original en inglés: https://xnet-x.net/img/reject-the-trade-secrets-directive-statement.pdf El 28 de enero de 2016, la Comisión de Asuntos Jurídicos del Parlamento Europeo (JURI) votará para aceptar o rechazar el texto de compromiso adoptado en los triálogos de la directiva de Secretos Comreciales de la Unión Europea (EU Trade Secrets Directive). Hacemos un llamado a sus miembros para que […]

Open letter to the world’s governments: Encryption isn’t a security problem. It’s a security solution

Open letter to the world’s governments: Encryption isn’t a security problem. It’s a security solution

We encourage you to support the safety and security of users, companies, and governments by strengthening the integrity of communications and systems. In doing so, governments should reject laws, policies, or other mandates or practices, including secret agreements with companies, that limit access to or undermine encryption and other secure communications tools and technologies.

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