[IRP] R: YouTube blocking in China - GNI statement
Thu Mar 26 00:08:06 EET 2009
It's time now to react, we can't partecipate at the UN WSIS and IGF approving the Tunis Agenda with the access, openess, security, multiculturality as rights while in the same time the "real" world wearing its borders, its order, is defining us, the cognitive collective enterprise, the innovative social block as a virtual world. Internet isn't virtual it is viral one, not a device but an extraordinary system. We need an Internet Bill of Rights, a constitution for the net, multilevel, multistakeholder, with a partecipated process. We have to act just now on the contrary will be produced an artificial scarcity by law, the control of our point of view and our identity instead of a global pubblic opinion with an informated partecipation.
We have to act locally and globally in this cognitive ecosystem.
Da: irp-bounces at lists.internetrightsandprinciples.org per conto di Marco Pancini
Inviato: mer 25/03/2009 22.47
A: irp at lists.internetrightsandprinciples.org
Oggetto: [IRP] YouTube blocking in China - GNI statement
Most of you is probably aware of the YouTube blocking in China. **The Global
Network Initiative has released a statement about this issue:
'This incident is only the latest example of increasing threats to freedom
of expression around the world. Responding to such threats requires
collaboration among a broad spectrum of companies, civil society
organizations, investors, and academics, working with governments and
multilateral organizations that support international human rights and the
rule of law.'
European Policy Counsel
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20122 Milano, Italia
Tel. +39 02 36618524
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