Civil Society Statement to the e-G8 and G8 SL

Representatives of civil society from around the world have prepared and signed a letter presenting concerns regarding how are certain policies being implemented in the most developed economies undermining the open and neutral Internet. Directed at attendees of e-G8 Forum (before G8 Summit in Deauville) the letter argues that G8 member states should use the e-G8 meeting as an opportunity to publicly commit to expanding Internet access for all, combating digital censorship and surveillance, limiting online intermediary liability, and upholding principles of net neutrality.

Among signatories is also wlan slovenija open wireless network.