European Digital Rights at re:publica 2016

By EDRi · May 12, 2016

Last week, the re:publica, “Europe’s most exciting conference on Internet and society”, took place in Berlin. EDRi’s members and observers were out in force and participated in the 10th anniversary of the re:publica. We’ve collected all talks by our network for you (in chronological order):

Fight for your digital rights (in German)
Link to re:publica website
Markus Beckedahl, Digitale Gesellschaft/

Inside Hacking Team (in English)
Link to re:publica website
Vladan Joler, Share Foundation

Lessons on fighting Internet shutdowns (in English)
Link to re:publica website
Estelle Massé, Access Now

#SaveTheInternet – a new hope for net neutrality in Europe (in English)
Link to re:publica website
Thomas Lohninger, AK Vorrat Österreich and Barbara van Schewick, Professor of Law Stanford Law School

How to defend civil liberties with lawsuits – and kick governments’butts in the process (in English)
Link to re:publica website
Matthias Spielkamp, Reporters without borders Germany, and Ulf Buermeyer, Gesellschaft für Freiheitsrechte/

CTRL – living in an era of ubiquitous surveillance (in English)
Link to re:publica website
Kirsten Fiedler and Maryant Fernández, EDRi, and Estelle Masse, Access Now

Ad-wars – Ausflug in die Realitaet der Online-Werbung (in German)
Link to re:publica website
Frank Rieger, Chaos Computer Club (CCC), and Thorsten Schroeder

#freeLy: Bloggers and restrictions on the twin freedoms of media and
religion in Vietnam (in German)

Link to re:publica website
Christian Mihr, Reporter ohne Grenzen

Online Freedom of Expression in the Arab World: Obstacles and Solutions (in English)
Link to re:publica website
Dalia Othman,Tactical Tech Collective/VecBox, and Jillian York, Electronic Frontier Foundation

How the EU works (in English)
Link to re:publica website
Kirsten Fiedler, EDRi, Fukami

Who will be in a smart city? Upcoming challanges for privacy and open societies. (in English)
Link to re:publica website
Julia Manske, stiftung neue verantwortung, and Eva Blum-Dumontet, Privacy International

Representation of Secret Services in PopCulture (in English)
Link to re:publica website
Theresia Reinhold, filmmaker & historian, and Laura Ede

Online platforms as human rights arbiters (in English)
Link to re:publica website
Rikke Frank Joergensen, Danish Institute for Human Rights

Hacking with Care!
Link to re:publica website
Emily King, Hacking With Care, and Jérémie Zimmermann, La Quadrature du Net

Netzpolitischer Abend des Digitale Gesellschaft e.V. (in German)
Link to re:publica website
Alexander Sander and Volker Tripp, Digitale Gesellschaft e.V.