Copyright reform: document pool. By Diego Naranjo. European Digital Rights (EDRi).
„… will allow you to follow the developments of this crucial file for EU citizens’ rights to access to culture, and to their freedom of expression. It will also serve as a reference throughout the process. „
Copyright in the Digital Single Market ***I. European Parliament legislative resolution of 26 March 2019 on the proposal for a directive of the European Parliament and of the Council on copyright in the Digital Single Market (COM(2016)0593 – C8-0383/2016 – 2016/0280(COD)). 150 S. – Richtlinie ab S. 87
The case for the Web. World Wide Web Foundation. 22 S.
„… reflects on what the web has allowed humanity accomplish over the past nearly 30 years, examines the current trends that threaten its future, and outlines actions we must take to reverse these trends and ensure that the web remains free and open for everyone. „
Vertrag für das Web: Grundsätze. Web Foundation
Englische Version, mit Liste einiger der Unterstützer, darunter die Bundesregierung:
Principles for a contract for the web.
„The Contract for the Web is an effort to bring governments, companies, civil society and web users together to build a roadmap for how we build a web that serves humanity and is a public good for everyone, everywhere. „
Mit Links zu grundlegenden Dokumenten zu Digitalen Rechten.
Contract for the Web: Working groups kick off. Web Foundation
The IRA, social media and political polarization in the United States, 2012-2018. Philip N.Howard, Bharath Ganesh, Dimitra Liotsiou. University of Oxford. – 46 S. – (Computational propaganda research project)
Russia’s Internet Research Agency (IRA) launched an extended attack on the United States by using computational propaganda to misinform and polarize US voters. This report provides the first major analysis of this attack based on data provided by social media firms to the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (SSCI).
This analysis answers several key questions about the activities of the known IRA accounts. In this analysis, we investigate how the IRA exploited the tools and platform of Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube to impact US users. We identify which aspects of the IRA’s campaign strategy got the most traction on social media and the means of microtargeting US voters with particular messages.