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By EDRi · December 14, 2011

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Increasingly, your digital freedom is under threat. And unfortunately, mostly as a result of European rules. Europe agreed to transfer your travel data wholesale to the US. Europe obliged your telephone provider to store your location, sometimes for up to two years. And Europe is considering blocking websites and domain names. The list goes on.

This needs to stop. European Digital Rights (EDRi) defends your digital freedom in Europe and needs your help. With a continuous stream of proposals that risk eroding digital civil rights in Europe, your donation could make a huge difference. The main goal at the moment is to keep funding the Brussels
office. This would allow us to continue to fight on all fronts mentioned below.

If you didn’t know yet, EDRi is a European non-governmental digital rights organisation. We defend rights such as the freedom of expression, privacy, data protection and access to knowledge. EDRi was founded in 2002 by 10 organisations from 7 European countries. Since then, EDRi membership has
grown consistently. Currently, EDRi represents 28 organisations from 18 countries in Europe. To find out more about our activities, you can read our Annual Reports 2009 and 2010 or continue in reading EDRi-gram to be update on a regular basis.

If you wish to help EDRi promote privacy and fundamental rights by supporting our specialised office in Brussels, you may donate now to:

European Digital Rights Aisbl
Bank account nr.: 733-0215021-02
IBAN: BE32 7330 2150 2102

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This is the last issue of EDRi-gram for this year, so we would like to thank our loyal readers for their time, hints and feedback!!

Stay tuned for the next EDRi-gram, which will be published on 18 January 2012.