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Presentation: Stefan Marsiske

Mining for freedom in the European institutions

How can coders affect policymaking? We need tools to defend our newly discovered freedoms on the internet. Much of the threats are of legal nature. For improving our chances at succeeding there are now tools like Pippi Longstrings, memopol, respectmynet and a tool with a boring name: parltrack.

About Stefan Marsiske

Stefan Marsiske is a free software developer who cares about human rights in the Internet context, he supports various organizations dealing with such issues. He is a founder of startups, a hackerspace, he serves as the VP for infrastructure in the Hungarian Open Standards Alliance and he is a co-author of the FCForum charter. He has ten years of telecommunication industrial background.

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