As part of its effort to build a digital single market and to modernise the European Copyright rules the European Commision is currently running an online consultation on the ‘Regulatory environment for platforms, online intermediaries, data and cloud computing and the collaborative economy‘. As the name suggests this consultation bundles an enormous amount of issuesContinue reading →
EU lawmakers are considering new Internet-wrecking rules and taxes. Now, the EU Commission is holding a public consultation to gather your opinion on them. We need to get thousands of Internet users' voices on the record - will you speak directly to decision makers with our easy-to-use tool? Help us #SaveTheLink! http://om4.me/Zor
Zuckerberg’s Internet.org is NOT the real Internet. It’s a violation of Net Neutrality. Stand with people around the world demanding Zuckerberg stops restricting access to the open Internet: http://www.NoFakeInternet.org/?src=gplus
We will not be governed by fear. We won't let reactions and fear destroy our civil liberties. When it comes to privacy and security, we know there is a balance to be struck and we want to have that conversation. How do you think recent events in Paris will impact privacy and surveillance?
T-Mobile 's chic and brash CEO, John Legere, seems to have persuaded the world at large that his company's new Binge On program is an unalloyed boon to the consumer and a thumb to the eyes of T-Mobile's rivals.
From the beginning the Internet has always been about us; those who use the Internet to connect with one another, to create, to express ourselves, and to make our lives just a little bit easier. OpenMedia is working with a network of people and organizations around the world to keep it that way.