Brave GNU World
In March this year, EngageMedia collaborated with Access to bring RightsCon, the world's premier internet rights summit, to Southeast Asia. With 650 participants gathering in Manila, the summit involved plenty of discussions.
Here, we highlight three videos from the event, starting with the speech by Richard Stallman, founder of the Free Software Movement. Commenting on the idea of corruption, he goes on to discuss the movement's dichotomy, its current state and the challenges it faces.
The Open Internet vs Net Neutrality In this RightsCon session, panellists debated zero rating (also called toll-free data or sponsored data) and what Facebook’s Internet.org initiative means for the future of the Open Internet.
A RightsCon Video Summary A RightsCon participant shares his experience by using video to capture the essence of the two-day event on the intersection of human rights and internet technologies.
More videos from various sessions are available here. And you can read more on RightsCon's outcome and our next steps here.
Job Opening: Editorial and Outreach Officer (Indonesia)
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