Information technology has a revolutionary impact on our society. It has boosted freedom of communication and democracy but has also led to new approaches to surveillance and is increasingly used to impose restrictions on fundamental rights. Whenever citizens’ rights and freedoms in the online environment are endangered by the actions of political bodies or private organisations, we ensure that they are respected.
EDRi’s key priorities for the next years are privacy, surveillance, net neutrality and copyright reform.
EDRi is an international non-profit association (AISBL) under Belgium law granted by decree Nr7/CDLF/14.853/S of 12 February 2003 and registered in Brussels (n° BE0866.466.752). EDRi is registered in the EU Register of Interest Representatives under the number 16311905144-06. See public profile on the EU Register. The statutes of European Digital Rights are available in English and French.
- Annual narrative and transparency report 2015
- Annual narrative and transparency report 2014
- Annual narrative and transparency report 2013
- Annual report 2012 – Transparency report 2012
- Annual report 2011
- Annual reports for 2009 and 2010
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President: Andreas Krisch
Verein für Internet-Benutzer Österreichs (VIBE!AT) – Austria
Vice-President: Katarzyna Szymielewicz
Panoptykon – Poland
Treasurer: Ot Van Daalen
Amsterdam – Netherlands
You may reach the board via e-mail at board [at] edri.org
You can get in touch with the Brussels office via e-mail at brussels [at] edri.org
Statutory membership is restricted to not-for-profit, non-governmental organisations whose goals include the defence and promotion of civil rights in the field of information- and communication technology. Organisations that wish to join should contact European Digital Rights via board email or one of its members.
EDRi is a member of Trans Atlantic Consumer Dialogue (TACD).