Cyberculture agenda: “Internet Society Statement on the 2015 UN Sustainable Development Summit

  Internet Society Statement on the 2015 UN Sustainable Development Summit Internet Society – News Headlines Language English Date: Fri, 09/25/2015 Internet Society President and CEO Kathryn Brown issued the following statement: This week, the United Nations is hosting the Sustainable Development Summit (SDS) where the international community will embrace a global agenda to alleviate poverty, … Read more

Cyberculture agenda: The Pirate Bay down after servers raided by police in Sweden

The Pirate Bay offline after police raid in Sweden Mashable! by Stan Schroeder BitTorrent indexing site The Pirate Bay has been offline since Tuesday morning after police in Sweden raided the site’s server room, seizing servers and other equipment.   The Pirate Bay is offline after Swedish police allegedly seize servers You might have noticed that … Read more

#IGF2014 notes- Meeting with the head of EU Delegation #FHDel

A high level EU Commission official led a meeting with Freedom House delegates, whom I belong to at IGF2014. In principle the EU may be one of the most committed political establishment for digital privacy and they plan to do more on the digital field as they are well aware of growing importance. Our, in … Read more

Gazeteci arkadaşlara: 2 Eylül’de İstanbul’da başlayacak Internet Governance Forum’u izlemek için….

Şu adresten kaydolmanız gerekiyor: 15 Ağustos son tarih… Ninth Annual IGF Meeting From Tuesday 02 September 2014 To Friday 05 September 2014 The Ninth Annual IGF Meeting will be held in Istanbul, Turkey The registration period is from 18 June to 15 August.   Journalists and other media representatives interested in applying for accreditation for the IGF 2014 … Read more

The European Parliament rejects ACTA, ACTA is dead for the moment… A cyberculture roundup…

The European Parliament rejects ACTA, with a 478 to 39 majority from The Next Web by Paul Sawers Back in January, 22 European Union states, and the EU itself, signed the controversial ACTA treaty, which many argued could lead to severe restrictions on freedom and civil liberties on the Internet. Whilst protests did follow, and … Read more

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