[A2k] 80+ NGOs decline to support OECD principles on Internet Policy making

Katitza Rodriguez katitza at eff.org
Tue Jun 28 09:37:25 PDT 2011


CSISAC comments relate to the DRAFT Communique distributed to all the
participants at the High Level Meeting, including the media. The final
Communique is scheduled to be released on 29 June at 13:00 pm

On Tue, Jun 28, 2011 at 6:30 PM, Manon Ress <manon.ress at keionline.org>wrote:

> CSISAC Declines to Support OECD Principles on Internet Policy-Making
>
> The CISASAC has declined to support an OECD Communique, stating that
> it could undermine "online freedom of expression, freedom of
> information, the right to privacy, and innovation across the world."
> CSISAC Press Release. CSISAC Statement. The OECD Communique was
> released at an OECD High Level Meeting in Paris - "The Internet
> Economy: Generating Innovation and Growth."
> Statement and Press Release:
>
> http://csisac.org/2011/06/csisac_declines_to_support_oec.php
>
>
> CSISAC Members:
>   1. ACSIS/Afrique Centrale
>   2. Appui Mutuel Pour le Développement (APMUDE) - Bélgium
>   3. Asociación de Naciones Unidas de la República Boliviariana de
> Venezuela (ANUV) -Venezuela
>   4. Association for Technology and Internet (APTI) - Romania
>   5. Association for Progressive Communications (APC) - International
>   6. Association Tunisienne des Droits de l’Enfant (ATUDE) - Tunisia
>   7. Australian Privacy Foundation - Australia
>   8. Centre Africain D'echange Culturel (CAFEC) - Africa
>   9. Canadian Internet Policy and Public Interest Clinic (CIPPIC) - Canada
>  10. Center for Digital Democracy, (CDD) - USA
>  11. Centre for Community Informatics Research, Training and
> Development - Canada
>  12. Consumer Federation of America - USA
>  13. Consumer International - International
>  14. Consumers Korea - South Korea
>  15. Consumers Unions
>  16. Citizens' Action Network - South Korea
>  17. Christian Media Network - South Korea
>  18. DiploFoundation - Serbia
>  19. Digital Commons / Digitale Allmend - Switzerland
>  20. Daegu Independent Film & Video Association - South Korea
>  21. Electronic Information for Libraries - International
>  22. Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) - USA
>  23. Electronic Frontiers Australia - Australia
>  24. Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC), USA
>  25. European Digital Rights (EDRI) - Europe
>  26. e-Law Center, Arellano University School of Law - Phillippines
>  27. Foundation For Media Alternatives (FMA), Phillippines
>  28. Freedom Against Censorship Thailand (FACT), Thailand
>  29. German working group on data retention (AK Vorrat) - Germany
>  30. GreenNet - UK
>  31. Global Telecentre Alliance - Hungary
>  32. Gyeonggi NGO Network - South Korea
>  33. Imaginons un réseau Internet Solidaire
>  34. InfoForum
>  35. Impact Connection
>  36. Iuricidum Remedium, Czech Republic
>  37. International Institute For Sustainable Development (IISD) -  Canada
>  38. Information & Culture Nuri for the Disabled - South Korea
>  39. Indonesia Fisherfolk Union, Indonesia
>  40. Internet Governance Project (IGP) - USA
>  41. IP Justice, USA
>  42. Intellectual Property Left (IP Left) - South Korea
>  43. IT for Change.
>  44. Information Society Project, Yale University
>  45. Korean Progressive Network, (Jinbonet) - South Korea
>  46. Knowledge Ecology International (KEI) - USA
>  47. Consumers' Protection Center (KEPKA)
>  48. Laneta  - Mexico
>  49. Machizo Multimedia Communication, India
>  50. Media Alliance, USA
>  51. Metamorphosis Foundation, Macedonia
>  52. MEDIACT (South Korea)
>  53. North American Consumer Project on Electronic Commerce (NACPEC) -
> Mexico
>  54. National Consumer Council (NCC) - UK
>  55. Open Rights Group - UK
>  56. Oneworld - Platform for Southeast Europe (OWPSEE) - South East Europe
>  57. Option Consommateurs - Canada
>  58. Organisation pour la Communication en Afrique et la Promotion de
> la Coopération Economique Internationale
>  59. Open Institute Cambodia
>  60. Pangea, Spain
>  61. Participatory Research & Action Network (PRAN) - India
>  62. Peace Net - South Korea
>  63. Philippine Commons - Philippines
>  64. Privacy International (UK)
>  65. Privacy Rights Clearinghouse
>  66. Public Interest Advocacy Centre
>  67. Public Knowledge, USA
>  68. Public Internet Advocacy Center (PIAC) - Canada
>  69. Public Interest Research Group (PIRG) - USA
>  70. Reclaim the Media, Seattle, USA
>  71. Telecommunities Canada, Canada
>  72. The Free Software Organization in Guatemala, Guatemala
>  73. Civil Internet Policy Initiative, (CIPI), Tajikistani
>  74. The International Federation of Library Associations and
> Institutions (IFLA) - International
>  75. Telecommunications & disability consumer representation
> (TEDICORE) - Australia.
>  76. The Business Watch Indonesia, Indonesia
>  77. The Federation of German Consumer Organisations (VZBV), Germany
>  78. Social Movement to Combat Private Media Ownership and Enhance
> Public Media, South Korea
>  79. SODO Creative, Washington, US
>  80. StrawberryNet - Romania
>  81. Universal Versatile Society of India
>  82. Z Technical, USA
>
>
> --
> Manon Anne Ress
> Knowledge Ecology International
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> manon.ress at keionline.org
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