Big Brother Awards
quintessenz search  /  subscribe  /  upload  /  contact  
/q/depesche *
/kampaigns
/topiqs
/doquments
/contaqt
/about
/handheld
/subscribe
Linuxwochen Österreich Tour
RSS-Feed Depeschen RSS
Hosted by AKIS
<<   ^   >>
Date: 2001-03-13

AU: ICANN in Melbourne


-.-. --.- -.-. --.- -.-. --.- -.-. --.- -.-. --.- -.-.

Es gab ein Leben neben den ICANN Meetings in Melbourne,
die Protokolle von Electronic Frontiers Australia dazu sind
online.

-.-. --.- -.-. --.- -.-. --.- -.-. --.- -.-. --.- -.-. --.-
Date sent: Mon, 12 Mar 2001 12:17:27 -0500 From: Chris
Chiu <CCHIU@aclu.org> Subject: minutes of Melbourne Civil
Society meetings To: "GILC plan (E-mail)" <gilc-
plan@gilc.org> Send reply to: gilc-plan@gilc.org

As some of you may have heard, there was a series of Civil
Society meetings that coincided with the ICANN convention
in Melbourne, Australia. These Civil Society meetings were to
touch upon a variety of cyberliberties issues, including
Internet free speech and privacy, the digital divide and many
other topics. The minutes for these meetings have now been
posted at

http://www.internetdemocracyproject.org/melbournemeeting.htm

http://www.internetdemocracyproject.org/melbournemeeting.htm#Part2

These minutes were compiled by Kimberley Heitman,
chairman of Electronic Frontiers Australia.

Sincerely, Christopher Chiu Global Internet Liberty Campaign
Organizer American Civil Liberties Union


-.-. --.- -.-. --.- -.-. --.- -.-. --.- -.-. --.-

- -.-. --.- -.-. --.- -.-. --.- -.-. --.- -.-. --.- -.-.
edited by Harkank
published on: 2001-03-13
comments to office@quintessenz.at
subscribe Newsletter
- -.-. --.- -.-. --.- -.-. --.- -.-. --.- -.-. --.- -.-.
<<   ^   >>
Druck mich
Linuxwochen Austria

meet q/uintessenz every friday

BigBrotherAwards





25. Oktober 2018
freier Eintritt
#BBA18
Big Brother Awards Austria
 related topiqs
 


 CURRENTLY RUNNING
bits4free 18. Jan. 2012: Ihre Meinung zählt
Liquid Democracy - direkte Demokratie durch Online-Partizipation?
 
 !WATCH OUT!
q/Talk, Di 29. Nov: Es gilt die unSchuldsvermutung!
Bürger unter Generalverdacht und stundenlange Einvernahme von Chattern