Nathan Schneider on Interoperability and Public Civic Space: “Keep The Internet Public. The Market Will Thank Us Later”
In April this year the first international conference hosted by Public Spaces brought together a large number of organisations and people working on varying aspects of creating Digital Public Spaces in Europe. In
In our Vision for a Shared Digital Europe we identify key principles towards a democratic digital space that is diverse and supports communities and public values. These principles are: Enable Self-Determination, Cultivate the
These days it seems that the relatively humble technical concept of interoperability at the core of almost everyone’s efforts to fix the internet. Interoperability is seen as a key step to fixing
In our vision for a Shared Digital Europe, which we published in April 2019, public and civic actors have an important role in safeguarding a digital space that is not dominated by market
The press publishers right will fail - to support the media we should tax information aggregators instead.
To anyone following the debate, it is becoming increasingly clear that the hard-fought new press publishers' right, that the EU adopted last year as part of the copyright reform package, is a paper