C3Subtitles: 32c3: Net Neutrality in Europe
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Net Neutrality in Europe

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Video duration
01:01:49
Language
English
Abstract
After two years the fight for net neutrality in Europe about the Telecom Single Market Regulation has come to a close. In this talk we will analyse the new net neutrality law and it's consequences and we give you the lessons learned from two years of EU campaigning.

On 30c3 we launched the <a href="https://SaveTheInternet.eu">SaveTheInternet.eu</a> campaign. Since then activists from all around Europe fought for net neutrality and the freedom of the open internet. At 32c3 the the legislative process in Europe will have come to a close and the campaign will be mostly over.

In this talk we will look back and try to learn from past mistakes and successes. What has worked and what didn't? What will the new net neutrality law in Europe actually mean in practice? We assess the repercussions for the European internet and also for the global fight for net neutrality, particularly in the global south.

Talk ID
7387
Event:
32c3
Day
2
Room
Hall 2
Start
12:45 p.m.
Duration
00:30:00
Track
Ethics, Society & Politics
Type of
lecture
Speaker
Thomas Lohninger

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