Digital rights at re:publica 2015

By EDRi · May 11, 2015

The re:publica 2015, one of the biggest digital culture conferences in the world, took place on 5-7 May in Berlin, Germany. Many EDRi members and observers contributed to this year’s event motto “Finding Europe”. We have therefore collected the most exciting talks from our network:

Internet censorship around Europe since ACTA (in English)

Joe McNamee & Kirsten Fiedler, European Digital Rights

Disrupting the Surveillance Ecosystem (in English)

Jérémie Zimmermann, La Quadrature du Net; Raegan MacDonald, Access; Parker Higgins, Electronic Frontier Foundation

The NSA are not the Stasi: Godwin for mass surveillance (in English)

Cory Doctorow, Electronic Frontier Foundation

Who is more real: me or my digital profile? (in English)

Katarzyna Szymielewicz, Panoptykon Foundation

Copyright reform, state of play (in English)

Walter van Holst, Vrijschrift; Ásta Helgadóttir, IMMI

Spy Animals! (in English)

Jillian York, Electronic Frontier Foundation; Claudio Guarnieri

Finding a European way on internet governance (in English)

Frederic Dubois, Internet Policy Review; Andrea Calderaro, Institute for Internet & Society; Amelia Andersdotter, Pirate Party (Sweden); Maciej Tomaszewski, DG CONNECT, European Commission; Raegan MacDonald, Access

Next up on the political agenda: Cybersecurity (in English)

Anita Gohdes, Uni Mannheim / HRDAG; Becky Kazansky, Tactical Tech; Jillian York, Electronic Frontier Foundation; Cathleen Berger, Federal Foreign Office

Netzneutralität – Endspurt in Europa (in German)

Thomas Lohninger, Initiative für Netzfreiheit

Netzpolitischer Abend des Digitale Gesellschaft e.V. (in German)

Die Netzgemeinde ist am Ende. Jetzt geht’s los. (in German)

Markus Beckedahl, & Digiges; Leonhard Dobusch, Freie Universität Berlin

Podcast: Demystifying the algorithm: who designs your life? (in English)

Hans de Zwart, Bits of Freedom