Xnet (ex-EXGAE) is a group of activists who have worked since 2008 in different fields relating to online democracy, the fight against corruption and the creation of mechanisms for organised citizen participation and to constrain seats of power and institutions. We defend a free and neutral Internet; the free circulation of culture, knowledge and information; citizen journalism and the right to know, to report and to be informed; the legal, technical and communications struggle against corruption and technopolitics, understood as the practice of networking and taking action for empowerment, for justice and for social transformation.
'#FakeYou: Fake News and Disinformation'
"We explain why we have published our report on monopolising the manipulation of information vs freedom of expression."
The EU call it copyright, but it is massive Internet censorship and must be stopped
We citizens battling for civil rights on the Internet will meet our obligation and fight the good fight. We’ll stop...
Published in: democraciaAbiertaLa insoportable tecnofobia de la izquierda
En la izquierda española, hay varias cosas que no van. Principalmente pecados de gula; gula electoral; gula de...
The untenable technophobia of the Left
On hate speech, fake news, anonymity and "new" politics. A warning. Español
Published in: digitaLibertiesRepression and digital resistance in the #CATALANREFERENDUM
Success and failure in the use of digital tools in Catalonia’s rebellion; a calendar of events.
Published in: digitaLibertiesHow to preserve fundamental rights on the internet: a guide
The Spanish government's crackdown in Catalonia has shown that the entire population – not only Catalan people –...