Internet

Help translation project to protect global internet freedom

The following statement has been written by Ellery Biddle in the Advocacy section of Global Voices. We urge all our readers to share it and understand the serious issue behind Internet governance at stake. If Internet can be controlled in the way it is proposed and its openness constrained, our global rights as netcitizens will be compromised. Below follows Ellery’s call, as it appears in the blog. “Over the next seven days, Global Voices Lingua volunteers will be translating a public online petition that supports the protection of human rights online and urges government members of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) to preserve Internet openness at the upcoming conference of the ITU. Open for sign-on by any individual or civil society organization, the Protect Global Internet Freedom statement reads as follows: On December 3rd, the world’s governments will meet to update a key treaty of a UN agency called the International […]