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SOPA Strike!

Imagine a World Without Free Knowledge…For over a decade, we have spent millions of hours building the Internet as we know it. Right now, the U.S. Congress is considering legislation that could fatally damage the free and open Internet. For … Continue reading

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European Innovation Summit

Last week I was in Brussels for the European Innovation Summit, attending a session on Future Internet and Smart Cities. The vision and frameworks provided in the report I wrote for the European Commission on “Cities and Regions as co-creation … Continue reading

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Open World Forum on Internet of Things

Council hosted two IoT sessions in Paris at OWF. I spoke at a panel on the Internet of Things & Open Data: New forms of Organisation and Governance. Important topics were discussed that advance the Open Source debate towards a … Continue reading

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Another City is possible

I have been invited at Picnic for a roundtable discussion organised by Council The Internet of Things . Council hosted a Special Lab City, Design & Play on how to crowdfund the infrastructure in a full Internet of Things world

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Building a Federated Social Web

Last June I was invited for a round table discussion at the “d-cent” Federated Social Web Summit Europe 2011 in Berlin, co-organised by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and by the EU FP7 PrimeLife project. Techies, researchers, activists, policy … Continue reading

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Act on Acta

I am publishing some information on this interesting and useful event organised by the Green Party and activists groups on digital freedom and access to knowledge on ACTA and the Public Interest . I am going to cover the issue … Continue reading

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Three main reasons for rejecting ACTA

This is a really important campaign to support, the one against the the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA). ACTA is violating fundamental citizens rights and freedoms, rights to privacy and access to the commons. ACTA should be negotiated within the European … Continue reading

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