Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Net: The Declaration of Internet Freedom

Today a coalition of public interest groups announced the Declaration of Internet Freedom—a statement that outlines the rights and principles necessary for an open Internet. Coalition members including the EFF, Access, and others, wrote the declaration as a starting point and are now inviting the public to join the discussion. A great start and a great discussion. Pitch in and learn more by clicking here. For more on the declaration, see this post by the EFF.

We believe that a free and open Internet can bring about a better world. But to keep the Internet free and open, we must promote these principles in every country, every industry and every community. And we believe that these freedoms will bring about more creativity, more innovation and a better society.

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