EDRI-gram is a biweekly newsletter about digital civil rights in Europe.

Currently 34 privacy and civil rights organisations have EDRI membership. They are based or have offices in 19 different countries in Europe. European Digital Rights takes an active interest in developments in all countries within the territory of the Council of Europe and wants to share knowledge and awareness through the EDRI-grams. All contributions, suggestions for content or agenda-tips are most welcome.

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Newsletter editor since March 2014: Heini Järvinen, EDRi Community and Communications Manager, edrigram [at]
Newsletter editor from January 2006 till March 2014: Bogdan Manolea, APTI (Romania)
Founder and editor 2003-2005: Sjoera Nas, Bits of Freedom (NL)

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