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Emma Avilés Agnieszka Wiśniewska Wiebke Hansen Birgitta Jónsdóttir
16 July 2017
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Dark blue group: results of first iteration

OUR FOCUS:

 

* WHAT ARE BEST PRACTICE LAWS TO PROTECT FUNDAMENTAL HUMAN RIGHTS AND DEMOCRACY IN THE DIGITAL AGE, BASED ON OUR CONVERSATION SO FAR.

 

* THE USE OF LANGUAGE AND COMMUNICATIONS FOR SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION.

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Dark blue group: results of second iteration

WE NEED STRONG LAWS TO PROTECT OUR CONTENT AND OUR HISTORICAL RECORDS.

 

DIGITAL RIGHTS ARE HUMAN RIGHTS, SUCH AS PRIVACY.

 

COMMUNICATE AND ENGAGE IN A CONVERSATION WITH OUR PEOPLE TO EMPOWER WITH NARRATIVES THAT BUILD A CULTURE OF DEMOCRACY AND HOPE.

 

FEED THE WOLF OF LOVE!

Dark blue group: results of the third iteration and final statement

OUR FOCUS:


* WHAT ARE BEST PRACTICE LAWS TO PROTECT FUNDAMENTAL HUMAN RIGHTS AND DEMOCRACY IN THE DIGITAL AGE

.

* THE USE OF LANGUAGE AND COMMUNICATIONS FOR SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION.


WE NEED:


* STRONG LAWS TO PROTECT OUR CONTENT AND OUR HISTORICAL RECORDS.

DIGITAL RIGHTS ARE HUMAN RIGHTS, SUCH AS PRIVACY.


* TO COMMUNICATE AND ENGAGE IN A CONVERSATION WITH OUR PEOPLE TO EMPOWER WITH NARRATIVES THAT BUILD A CULTURE OF DEMOCRACY AND HOPE.


* ALTERNATIVE MEDIA BUNDLE WHERE YOU CAN OPT IN SO USERS CAN SELECT UP TO 10 WITH ONE WILD CARD MEDIA. (SET UP LIKE HUMBLE BUNDLE).


* LAWS ON WHO OWNS CORPORATE MEDIA.


* LAWS ON LIMITING CROSS-OWNERSHIP OF CORPORATE MEDIA.


* WHISTLE BLOWER PROTECTION - LOCAL AND GLOBAL.


* TRAINING JOURNALISTS WITH FOCUS ON INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISM.


* TRAINING CIVIL SOCIETY IN COMMUNICATION, THE USE OF TOOLS, AND SECURITY AND SOURCE PROTECTION.


FEED THE WOLF OF LOVE!

Here is a link to the slideshow of the group's presentation.

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