telecoms package

Revision of the "telecoms package" directives

Telecoms Package : intervention in the European Parliament

On the topic of Telecoms Package, greek Members of European Parliament Stavros Lambrinidis, vice-président of the civil liberties committee, and Maria Matzouka organized a conference on Internet and liberties Monday Sept. 8th.

La Quadrature du Net presented its position on Telecoms Pacakge, along with the European Data Protection Supervisor, MEPs and NGOs (FFII, statewatch, EPIC).

The European chapters of the Internet Society oppose the Olivennes law and its European extensions

The European chapters of the Internet Society have issued a press release that develops an strong argumented stand against the three-strikes approach proposed by the French Olivennes law. Various amendments to the telecom package in the European Parliament try to pave the way for the introduction of this law and similar European regulation.

Read the text of ISOC's press release

Telecoms Package: send a postcard to your MEP

Let's show MEPs that debates on early September and vote on end of September are scrutinized by citizens who are concerned by their freedoms on Internet.

During summer, professional lobbies are in holidays too. And they are likely to launch some action in September to introduce amendments that pave the way to the three-strikes approach, or more generally that endangers Net Neutrality.

Latest comic strip of the week - week 24 - "Empty box" - LL de Mars

LL de Mars again ! Here is his vision of an ideal, trustable, computing...

You sold me an empty box!! \ For your safety : you cannot do anything illegal.

Comic strip of the week - week 21 - "Webcam" - LL de Mars

LL de Mars strikes again with an explicit vision on net surveillance and control of the digital infrastructure...

This is your webcam.... And this is the one of the surveillance commitee. « Webcam » by LL de Mars - Copyleft (Free Art Licence)

Privacy : Film industry pirates European law

Paris May 13, 2008 - La Quadrature du Net (Squaring the Net) is worried about amendments endangering privacy tabled by the rapporteurs of the Culture Committee of the European Parliament. They fit into the consideration of two proposals framework directives known as "Telecoms Package" [1].

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