- 2015 Donation Campaign: support civil liberties, support La Quadrature!12/11/15
- Surveillance: would French socialist MEPs have anything to hide?29/10/15
- Surveillance law: France carefully listening to the world! (at last...)28/10/15
- Net Neutrality: Major Setback for Free and Open Internet27/10/15
- Letter to MEPs: Net Neutrality, Will You Betray Yourselves?26/10/15
[Slate] The Paris attacks weren't stopped by metadata surveillance. That hasn't stopped officials from saying it might have. They're wrong.
[TheIntercept] NYT Editorial Slams "Disgraceful" CIA Exploitation of Paris Attacks, But Submissive Media Role Is Key
- [TheGuardian] Broadband bills will have to increase to pay for snooper's charter, MPs are warned14/11/15
- [TheGuardian] Facebook says governments demanding more and more user data14/11/15
- [Fokus] Edward Snowden interview with Dagens Nyheter10/11/15
- [Reuters] UK unveils powers to spy on Web use, raising privacy fears07/11/15
- [TheGuardian] Theresa May unveils UK surveillance measures in wake of Snowden claims07/11/15
La Quadrature du Net defends
- Human Rights in the digital society
- Access to a free and open Internet
- Sharing of culture and knowledge
La Quadrature du Net is an advocacy group defending the rights and freedoms of citizens on the Internet.
Let us reform copyright!
In this regard, La Quadrature du Net's platform of proposals provides a thorough analysis of the key stakes and a consistent set of proposals, for the copyright reform as well as related culture and media policy issues.
Sharing: Culture and the Economy in the Internet Age
Philippe Aigrain, co-founder of La Quadrature du Net, in collaboration with Suzanne Aigrain, describes in his new book Sharing the creative contribution, a financial model designed to sustain an expanding creative economy in a context where sharing is recognized as a right.
Sharing is available
- as a paper book, available globally,
- as a commercial eBook in Epub format,
- in an open access electronic version,
- and a dedicated “live book“ website at http://www.sharing-thebook.com where you can comment on the book chapters, download source code and datasets, and interactively run models with parameters of your choice.