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January 5, 2006 11:43 PM   Subscribe

I am looking for information, books, essays about free speech on the Net, type EFF or Godwin's "Cyber Rights: Defending Free Speech in the Digital Age", but from a more European point of view. (Or is this stupid seeing as we're talking about the net anyway.) For example, is there an EFF type organisation based in Europe?
posted by Skyanth to Society & Culture (3 answers total)

In the Netherlands, there's also Bits of Freedom. 'Liberating cyberspace - Civil liberties, human rights and the Internet', edited by Liberty, the National Council for Civil Liberties, was published in the UK and has a chapter on EU Internet policy. It came out in 1999 though, so it's not quite up-to-date anymore.
posted by rjs at 12:24 AM on January 6, 2006

European Digital Rights is also worth checking out. It's an international organisation which currently has 21 privacy and ditital rights organisations in 14 European countries as members.
posted by rjs at 12:30 AM on January 6, 2006

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