Village:Digitalcourage

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Website https://digitalcourage.de
Contact Digitalcourage e.V., Marktstraße 18, 33602 Bielefeld

mail@digitalcourage, Tel: +49-521-16391639, Fax: +49-521-61172

Description We discuss surveillance, a better life in the digital age and – of course – we will have our shop on site ...
Members LynX, Orkoden, Padeluun, Sokrates
Projects create project
Self-organized Sessions Lesen gegen Überwachung
Tags free society, deutschland, europe, gpg, open source, open standard, politics, privacy, free software, security, tea, tor, free your android, chill zone
Registered on
Location for self-organized sessions Yes
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Location 146.06906, 169.75815
Orga contact mail+camp2015@digitalcourage.de
Citizens 20
Needs network 1) wifi Villages describe network needs
Needs power 1) Only one or two tents (up to 10 citizens)
Power comment
Village plans ... build up a big tent, ... install a fridge or a freezer
Village constraints We are a quiet village and will not make much noise. So we like to be placed on a quiet location., We will provide space to hang out for other camp participants on our village, We like to be placed on a central location where many people are crossing, We like to show the stuff we do
Village comments plans
Likes to rent a tent Yes
Descibing tents to rent ~ 40-60 qm

wooden floor

Likes to rent chairs 0
Likes to rent tables 0
Provides transport for goods
Has plans with tracks
Size needed
Has order interest No
Planning notes We would like to have our tents' smaller side directly facing a highway, because of our shop

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We are an organisation based in Bielefeld (Germany) striving for a life worth living in the digital age. We work for freedom, democracy, privacy and human rights. We like to discuss our points of view and we bring people together which will work for a better society, too. Since 2000 we organise and sponsor the German BigBrotherAwards, which are anually given to companies, politicians and other data leeches.