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La Quadrature du Net

La Quadrature du Net est une organisation de défense des droits et libertés des citoyens sur Internet. Elle promeut une adaptation de la législation française et européenne qui soit fidèle aux valeurs qui ont présidé au développement d’Internet, notamment la libre circulation de la connaissance.

À ce titre, la Quadrature du Net intervient notamment dans les débats concernant la liberté d’expression, le droit d’auteur, la régulation du secteur des télécommunications ou encore le respect de la vie privée.

Elle fournit aux citoyens intéressés des outils leur permettant de mieux comprendre les processus législatifs afin d’intervenir efficacement dans le débat public.


Articles les plus récents

Net Neutrality: Respect my Net presented at BEREC

Paris, 11 April 2017 — La Quadrature du Net publishes a position paper co-drafted with the FDN Federation and presented during the stakeholders meeting organised by the Body of European Regulators of Electronic Communications (BEREC) on 14 March 2017 in Brussels. The proposals aim to allow a (...)

YouTube: invisibilisation to benefit advertizing

lundi 10 avril 2017 par neurone130 — free speech, general, Net filtering, OpEd
LQDN is publishing here an op-ed by Okhin. Paris, 10 April 2017 — Online video platforms (most notably YouTube and Facebook) have surpassed television in audience count, making these media extremely important in terms of how they represent society. They constitute a place of public expression, (...)

From bad to worse: the del Castillo Report on the European Electronic Communication Code

Paris, 22 March 2017 — The rapporteur for the European Parliament on the European Electronic Communication Code intends to make Europe retreat from the way to a free, developed, fair digital society. To understand what it's about, let's step back a little. Since 2002, the regulation of (...)

Open letter to EU policy makers on community networks - joint press release

Paris, 16 March 2017 — Today, more than 25 European Community Networks, joined by over 35 supporting organizations from around the world, are sending an open letter to EU policy-makers. At a time when the European Union is paving the way for a major reform of telecommunications policy, the (...)

Automated platform filtering: La Quadrature sends its arguments to MEPs

Paris, 7th march 2017 — The draft of the new European copyright directive has been presented in september 2016. For now, the work in progress in the european Parliament and mobilisations by concerned people and organisations are multiplying. People pay great attention to the two articles that La (...)

ePrivacy at the European Parliament : La Quadrature publishes its analysis

Paris, 6 March 2017 — The nomination of Marju Lauristin last Tuesday, MEP of the "Socialists&Democrats" group, as a rapporteur of the ePrivacy regulation on "the respect of privacy and personal data protection in electronic communications" kicks off negotiations at the European Parliament. (...)

Global civil society groups call for suspension of the EU-US Privacy Shield

Paris, 3 March 2017 — La Quadrature du Net joins a coalition of European and global civil society organisations and signs a letter asking to suspend the Privacy Shield, the arrangement enabling the transfer of personal data between the US and the EU. These organisations consider that the US do (...)

Letter to EU Policy-Makers: Making Regulation Work for Community Networks

lundi 27 février 2017 par neurone130 — telecoms package, Andrus Ansip, Günther Oettinger, Pilar del Castillo Vera
Paris, 28 February 2017 — In the context of the revision of the European Telecom Package, La Quadrature du Net relays the open letter drafted by the research project netCommons on the importance of community networks for freedoms and fundamental rights. The letter, which will be sent to EU (...)

Open letter to the MEPs: don't haggle over the right to privacy

dimanche 12 février 2017 par neurone648 — influence, Privacy - Personal Data, press release
Paris 13 February 2017 — Tonight the Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) of the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIBE) will have to decide which political group will be in charge of the draft report and thus to supervise the negotiations over the future ePrivacy (...)

Let's dump CETA once and for all!

Update, 15 February 2017 — The European Parliament adopted CETA by 408 votes against 254 (and 33 abstentions). The “not mixed” parts of the text could thus enter into provisional application in April, until consultations of the regional and/or national Parliaments of the Member States. ☙❦❧ (...)

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