[IRP] We Must Protect Net Neutrality in Europe! - Open letter to the European Parliament
Sat Sep 19 19:00:05 EEST 2009
I fully agreed with your comments.
On Sep 18, 2009, at 12:27 PM, Meryem Marzouki wrote:
> Hi all,
> I have absolutely no intention to oppose the signature of this text
> in case there is a consensus on this, but I would never sign a
> statement stating: "Except in some authoritarian regimes, everyone
> around the globe has access to the same Internet, and even the
> smallest entrepreneurs are on equal footing with the leading global
> enterprises." That is simply not true.
> Not to mention the confusion between content filtering and blocking
> for the purpose of censorship and content discrimination or
> information prioritization for economic and financial purposes,
> while at the same time the statement only identifies as threat
> "telecom operators and content industries that see business
> opportunities in discriminating, filtering or prioritizing
> information flowing through the network".
> Le 18 sept. 09 ? 16:42, Max Senges a ?crit :
>> Hi folks
>> I believe it would be a good idea for us to sign the appeal of "La
>> Quadrature du Net": "We Must Protect Net Neutrality1 in Europe!
>> Organizations from all around Europe share their concern of seeing
>> Net Neutrality being sacrificed during the conciliation procedure
>> of the directives of the EU Telecoms Package. They sent this letter
>> to the Members of the European Parliament, urging them to take
>> decisive action in order to guarantee a free, open and innovative
>> Internet, and to safeguard the fundamental freedoms of European
>> What do you think?
>> PS: Will work on the weekend to provide minutes from the workshop &
>> (hopefully) KICK OFF THE COLLABOWRITING of the CHARTER of HUMAN
>> RIGHTS and PRINCIPLES on the INTERNET
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