Xnet together with more than 40 digital rights organizations sent an open letter demanding more transparency to the EU in the debate on article 17 of the Copyright Directive.

Xnet together with more than 40 digital rights organizations sent an open letter demanding more transparency to the EU in the debate on article 17 of the Copyright Directive.

.@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.

Victory for access to information against abuses and frauds #Whistleblowers – Transposition in Spain of the Trade Secrets Directive

Victory for access to information against abuses and frauds #Whistleblowers – Transposition in Spain of the Trade Secrets Directive

Victory for access to information against abuses and frauds #Whistleblowers – Transposition in Spain of the Trade Secrets Directive.
Copyright: Xnet, among with 85 Edri’s organisations, signs the open letter calling for the deletion of Articles 11 and 13

Copyright: Xnet, among with 85 Edri’s organisations, signs the open letter calling for the deletion of Articles 11 and 13

Xnet together with 85 EDRI organisations has signed the open letter we sent to European Parliamentarians to break the deadlock in the negotiations of the new copyright directive by removing Articles 11 and 13
Accepted our amendments to the Whistleblowers Directive  proposal

Accepted our amendments to the Whistleblowers Directive proposal

We are very pleased to say that our amendments to the draft European Directive for the Protection of Whistleblowers have been integrated.
Xnet participates in the New Privacy International report that reveals a dangerous lack of oversight of secret global surveillance networks

Xnet participates in the New Privacy International report that reveals a dangerous lack of oversight of secret global surveillance networks

(Es) Xnet participa en el informe de New Privacy International que revela una peligrosa falta de supervisión de las redes secretas de vigilancia mundial
(Es) Xnet firma el comunicado “La sociedad civil pide recursos suficientes en los Presupuestos Generales para velar por la transparencia”

(Es) Xnet firma el comunicado “La sociedad civil pide recursos suficientes en los Presupuestos Generales para velar por la transparencia”

(Es) El Consejo de Transparencia y Buen Gobierno (CTBG) es el encargado de velar y garantizar la transparencia. Exijimos un presupuesto acorde y rechazamos que se rebaje un 22% en los Presupuestos Generales del Estado para 2018 respecto al año anterior. La sociedad civil tiene mucho que vigilar.
Xnet Signs the Open Letter to the Members of the JURI Committee Calling for a Competitive European Research Ecosystem

Xnet Signs the Open Letter to the Members of the JURI Committee Calling for a Competitive European Research Ecosystem

(Es) Xnet firma la carta abierta a los eurodiputados de de la Comisión de Asuntos Jurídicos (JURI). La coalición reclama un ecosistema de investigación europeo competitivo y critica que restringir a "algunas instituciones para ciertos tipos de investigación daña la innovación".
Xnet together with more than 80 organisations sent an open letter to the EU Council warning of the risks to freedoms of Link Tax

Xnet together with more than 80 organisations sent an open letter to the EU Council warning of the risks to freedoms of Link Tax

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

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.

STOP ACTA

STOP ACTA

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