[Air-L] An idea worth sharing

Ren Reynolds ren at aldermangroup.com
Thu Nov 11 00:59:20 PST 2010

Before setting anything up from scratch you might want to see if you have common cause with some established groups:
In particular groups such as the IGF Dynamic Coalition on Internet Rights and Principles: http://internetrightsandprinciples.org/
As well as many other point issue groups such as Article 19 are doing: http://www.article19.org/
For a big global list of organisations working in this space see the 'meta' group Association of Progressive Communications: http://www.apc.org/

Lastly you might want to look at what we are doing (I founded this) at the Virtual Policy Network: http://www.virtualpolicy.net/

On 11 Nov 2010, at 01:53, Thomas Jones wrote:

> Sorry but it isnt about TED  :(
> So I had an epiphany the other month that Ive finally had time to sit down
> and do something about.
> I recently had a conversation with a mentor of mine, and as we were
> discussing my future academic and professional career plans (Internet Law),
> we began talking about the state of the Internet, where it should go, its
> evolved/evolving purpose, societies use of the Internet, and so on.
> That has led me to register CyberCitizenry.org - an initiative to focus on
> the ethical use of the Internet. It involves not just ethical use from a
> public citizen point of view (pirating, online bullying, etc), but from a
> governmental perspective as well (network neutrality, internet architecture,
> information and telecommunications policy, ISP interference, etc). And
> perhaps if and when it is successful, even international usage as well -
> similar to what is covered in "Access Denied" and 'Access Restored".
> If you are interested in this initiative please contact me.
> -- 
> Thomas Jones
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