We would like to thank the Brazilian government for organizing the Global Multistakeholder Meeting on the Future of Internet Governance.
We, as a diverse group of civil society organizations from around the world, appreciate having been part of the process.
However we are disappointed because that outcome document fails to adequately reflect a number of our key concerns.
The lack of acknowledgement of net neutrality at NETmundial is deeply disappointing.
Mass surveillance has not been sufficiently denounced as being inconsistent with human rights and the principle of proportionality.
And although the addition of language on Internet intermediary liability is welcomed, the failure of the draft text to ensure due process safeguards could undermine the rights to freedom of expression and privacy.
We feel that this document has not sufficiently moved us beyond the status quo in terms of the protection of fundamental rights, and the balancing of power and influence of different stakeholder groups.
Endorsement of civil society response to NETmundial 2014 outcome textRead the petition
|27||Free and Open Source Software Foundation||Poland||May 14, 2014|
|26||comure||Colombia||May 07, 2014|
|25||SFLC.in||India||Apr 29, 2014|
|24||Pangea.org||Spain||Apr 29, 2014|
|23||ITALIA DEI VALORI||Italy||Apr 29, 2014|
|22||European Digital Rights||European Union||Apr 29, 2014|
|21||Centre for Internet and Society||India||Apr 28, 2014|
|20||Plataforma Interamericana de Derechos Humanos, Democracia y Desarrollo (PIDHDD)||Ecuador||Apr 28, 2014|
|19||Centro de Documentación en Derechos Humanos “Segundo Montes Mozo S.J.” (CSMM)||Ecuador||Apr 28, 2014|
|18||Network of EuRopean Digital Youth||Europe||Apr 27, 2014|
|17||Just Net Coalition||international||Apr 27, 2014|
|16||MITIMAES||españa||Apr 26, 2014|
|15||Coordinadora Indígena de Mesoamerica y el Caribe (CIMCA)||Honduras||Apr 26, 2014|
|14||EUROLINC||France||Apr 26, 2014|
|13||Agencia Latinoamericana de Información - ALAI||Ecuador||Apr 25, 2014|
|12||Apertura Radical||Ecuador||Apr 25, 2014|
|11||IDEC (Brazilian Institute for Consumer Defense)||Brazil||Apr 25, 2014|
|10||Community Media News Agency- CMNA, Bangladesh||Bangladesh||Apr 25, 2014|
|9||Bangladesh Internet Governance Forum||Bangladesh||Apr 25, 2014|
|8||Centre for E-Parliament Research, Bangladesh||Bangladesh||Apr 25, 2014|
|7||Bangladesh NGOs Network for Radio and Communication(BNNRC)||Bangladesh||Apr 25, 2014|
|6||Panoptykon Foundation||Poland||Apr 25, 2014|
|5||CELE -Center for Studies on Freedom of Expression and Access to Information, Palermo University, Argentina||Apr 25, 2014|
|4||ARTICLE 19||Global||Apr 25, 2014|
|3||Global_Geneva||Switzerland||Apr 25, 2014|
|2||Electronic Frontier Finland||Finland||Apr 25, 2014|
|1||Electronic Frontier Foundation||US||Apr 25, 2014|
|9||Daniel Bonilha||Brazil||May 05, 2014|
|8||Louis Pouzin||France||May 02, 2014|
|7||Walid Al-Saqaf||Apr 28, 2014|
|6||Silvio Heinze||Austria||Apr 27, 2014|
|5||Daniel Ivan||Mexico||Apr 27, 2014|
|4||Renata Avila||Guatemala||Apr 26, 2014|
|3||Ottoniel Muralles||Guatemala||Apr 26, 2014|
|2||Seun Ojedeji||Nigeria||Apr 25, 2014|
|1||Tapani Tarvainen||Finland||Apr 25, 2014|