[Air-L] Toward an Internet Bill of Rights
bbakiogl at gmail.com
Fri Jul 18 09:15:50 PDT 2014
Internet Rights and Principles Coalition (of which I am a member) has
crafted such a document and we are in the process of having this document
translated into different languages.This might be of use to you. You can
find the link here:
Our organization also have three panels accepted to the Internet Governance
Forum on the topic. It is taking place in Istanbul this
Also, as I am sure you and others know already, the Brazilian House of
Representatives passed the "Marco Civil da Internet" on March 25, which in
essence is a bill of rights for the Brazilian internet, a first for the
world. It might be worth while to look at it. I am sure if you google it,
the document would pop up.
On Fri, Jul 18, 2014 at 10:10 AM, Ian O'Byrne <wiobyrne at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'd like to share and invite you in to the early stages of an initiative
> currently getting started.
> We'd like to bring the Internet community together to synthesize the prior
> work and develop an Internet Bill of Rights. There is a good amount of
> prior work that has been shared online in this area. I'd be interested in
> bringing together the collective wisdom in the AoIR society to help develop
> a framework of freedoms and rights we believe to be inherent in online
> To that end, I've shared a blog post
> <http://wiobyrne.com/toward-an-internet-bill-of-rights/>, and Google Doc
> to act as a working copy.
> Please join in and lend your support in this initiative. Once we have a
> minimum viable product, I'll move the contents of the Google Doc to
> Wikipedia for further editing and comments.
> Thanks again,
> W. Ian O'Byrne, Ph.D.
> University of New Haven
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