Feb 112014

The Day We Fight Back
February 11th 2014.


An international day of action has been called for tomorrow against mass surveillance. If you can join, please add your support to this cause.
We are calling for adoption of the necessary and proportionate principles of oversight and privacy protection.

More information at: http://thedaywefightback.org.au/ or the international site:

Podcast: here

Jan 162014

The Internet Society has released a statement in relation to the recent decision regarding the United States’ FCC’s net neutrality rules. 14 January 2014 “Today, the Washington, D.C. Court of Appeals in the United States issued a major decision with regards to the Federal Communication Commission’s Open Internet rules. The Internet Society has consistently argued [...]

Nov 242013
Internet Society statement regarding the TPP

The following statement was issued by ISOC: Internet Society Expresses Concern over Impact of IntellectualProperty Rights Provisions in Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement(TPP) Draft 18 November 2013 The Internet Society is concerned that the global Internet may be harmed if countries adopt Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) provisions contained in the recently leaked Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP) draft. [...]