This document summarises the efforts undertaken by Kennisland, Centrum Cyfrowe and Commons Network to develop a new vision for digital policymaking in Europe. To this end, we have created a new policy
Decentralising our technological infrastructure is an approach that will increase Europe's technological sovereignty by reducing dependency on non-European technology providers. It is also a way to strengthen our democratic traditions and historic diversity.
It must be possible to fully participate in (online) social life without having to give up your personal data to commercial entities. This includes the right to privacy and the need for more democratic models of data governance and algorithmic transparency.
Intresting blog post from Andres Guadamuz (and old friend of Alek and mine who belonged to the first generation of Creative Commons activists in Europe) on changes he observes in internet politics. Contains