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Description Hackerspace in the European Commission.
Projects GNUnet, Next Generation Internet, Secushare, Taler
Self-organized Sessions (YBTI) Distributed Systems Workshop at Onionspace Berlin, GNUnet e.V. annual meeting, Make Mass Surveillance Impossible Again, Modeling Trust in a Distributed Private Social Network, Privacy-Oriented Distributed Networking for an Ethical Internet, Scalable and privacy-respectful distributed systems, Three Ways to Enhance Metadata Protection Beyond Tor, Ybti+wefixthenet
chaos competence center Cluster:Open Infrastructure Orbit
Related to Assembly Assembly:Amnesty International, Assembly:C-base, Assembly:Chaos West, Assembly:Coreboot, Assembly:Cryptoparty, Assembly:Digitalcourage e.V., Assembly:EDRi, Assembly:Free Software Foundation Europe, Assembly:Forth Gesellschaft, Assembly:Freifunk, Assembly:Freiheitsfoo, Assembly:Gentoo, Assembly:I2P, Assembly:NixOS, Assembly:OONI-verse, Assembly:Qubes OS, Assembly:Reproducible-Builds, Assembly:Rust Community, Assembly:TeaHouse, Assembly:Tor, Assembly:Wauland
Tags ybti, youbroketheinternet
Registered on
Provides stage no
Location for self-organized sessions no
Orga contact
Projects GNUnet, secushare, GNU Taler, pEp
Uses money no money handling
Need fibre no
Extra Power {{{Extra power}}}
Near passage would be great
Character of assembly place to show and meet
Seats needed 10
Extra seats 5
Aread needed 0
Arrival and build up


Our location,275.53,359.46,4.08

(CCL Hall 3, Rights and Freedom cluster, next to Whonix table)

Star Trek Next Generation Internet? Wut?

The European Commission is looking for a Next Generation Internet.
We have one. Actually, we have more than one. Neither is ready to replace the broken Internet, yet, but we should talk about it.

Don't Miss Our Sessions

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  • That also counts for IoT.