Xnet supports the letter to the Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights regarding the extradition of Julian Paul Assange.
.@x_net_ together with more than 40 digital rights organizations sent an open letter demanding more transparency to the @EU_Commission in the debate on article 17 of the #Copyright Directive.
Spain: New law threatens internet freedoms
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#KeepitOn: Threats of internet shutdowns and disruption of online communicationsin Hong Kong
.@X_net_ and international coalition renews call for Australian Parliament to amend its Dangerous Encryption Law
(Es) .@X_net_ por la libertad de información firma un manifiesto en apoyo a Rui Pinto
(Es) .@X_net_ denuncia que el uso indebido del GDPR amenaza la libertad de los medios de comunicación en Rumania
Xnet among the 145 international human and digital rights entities that signed an open petition against the European Union’s copyright reform. http://copybuzz.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/Open_Letter_on_Copyright_Reform_27_April_COREPER_Meeting.pdf
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Xnet, together with over 80 organisations representing a broad spectrum of stakeholders, join forces to warn Member states and EU Institutions that the discussion around the Copyright Directive are on the verge of causing irreparable damage. http://copybuzz.com/copyright/november-2017-open-letter-eu-reform/ http://copybuzz.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/Open-Letter-COMPET-Council-30-Nov-online.pdf
(Es) La UE aprueba cierre de webs sin orden judicial en ley de protección de consumidores que además carece de protecciones fuertes a los consumidores
Digital repression & resistance: Successes & failures using tech tools in the #CatalanReferendum
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. […]
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 […]
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European coalition of civil society organisations, citizens and journalists ask Members of the European Parliament to reject the 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 […]
The right to freely use and disseminate information should be the rule, and trade secrets the exception. Trade Secrets should not be used to shield and hide information about corporations wrongdoings, malpractices and abuses.
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.
We must move towards the creation of distributed information and global conversation spaces that can be managed as common goods, with public support and resources if needed, instead of having to rely on private monopolies.
EU #TradeSecrets directive threat to journalism, whistleblowers, free speech, health, environment and worker mobility
Silence is gold