Website https://edri.org
Contact Kirsten
Description We are European Digital Rights - an association of over 30 civil rights groups from across Europe. We defend and promote human rights in the digital environment.
Members Estel9, Kik1, Pandemonium, Rysiek
Projects create project
Self-organized Sessions Safe Harbor 2.0 - Q&A with Max Schrems, The EU wants to regulate Wikipedia, Facebook, AirBnB... have your say in just 20 minutes
Subassemblies
Tags digital rights, privacy, freedom of speech, net neutrality, copyright reform, data protection
Registered on 16 November 2015 13:57:05
Location for self-organized sessions maybe
Self-organized session notes TBC
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Location
Note: The location on the map does not represent a reservation of a location and might not represent the actual place, where a assembly can be found. The place can be changed within the form of the assembly by anyone. It will be updated by the assembly itself on day 0 or day 1 as soon as the actual location is known.
Orga contact kirsten.fiedler@edri.org
Brings We would like to set up a bigger space than last year, possibly bringing sofas, banners, flyers, waffle maker, ping pong table etc... we're currently discussing the organisation
Character of assembly place to show and meet
Seats needed 25
Extra seats 10
Assembly specification want sit public, want low light
Planning notes Since we're not hacking on devices but rather on the law and society, we would like to provide a space for people to network and discuss. Possibly also to organise workshops and talks there. Something cosy, with sofas but at the same time visible so that non-EDRi-people can discover what we do and join the discussions.
past congress review During last congress, we had just one tiny table in the back of the Noisysquare with not enough place to hold our workshop on net neutrality (ca 20-30 people wanted to attend). This year, it would be great to get some visibility and more space to do fun stuff.

This is the Assembly of the European Digital Rights network, we are an association of over 30 civil rights groups from across Europe. Our goal is to defend and promote human rights in the digital environment. Come and join us to discuss surveillance, privacy, data protection, copyright, net neutrality issues.