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A Tour of Network Neutrality solutions
A Tour of Network Neutrality solutions
A Tour of Network Neutrality solutions
A Tour of Network Neutrality solutions
A Tour of Network Neutrality solutions
A Tour of Network Neutrality solutions
A Tour of Network Neutrality solutions
A Tour of Network Neutrality solutions
A Tour of Network Neutrality solutions
A Tour of Network Neutrality solutions
A Tour of Network Neutrality solutions
A Tour of Network Neutrality solutions
A Tour of Network Neutrality solutions
A Tour of Network Neutrality solutions
A Tour of Network Neutrality solutions
A Tour of Network Neutrality solutions
A Tour of Network Neutrality solutions
A Tour of Network Neutrality solutions
A Tour of Network Neutrality solutions
A Tour of Network Neutrality solutions
A Tour of Network Neutrality solutions
A Tour of Network Neutrality solutions
A Tour of Network Neutrality solutions
A Tour of Network Neutrality solutions
A Tour of Network Neutrality solutions
A Tour of Network Neutrality solutions
A Tour of Network Neutrality solutions
A Tour of Network Neutrality solutions
A Tour of Network Neutrality solutions
A Tour of Network Neutrality solutions
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  • 1. September 22nd 2011OpenDaphne van der Kroft World Forum
  • 2. NEW, AMAZING POSSIBILITIES
  • 3. NEW, FRIGHTENING POSSIBILITIES
  • 4. FREEDOM AND PRIVACY ON THE INTERNET
  • 5. XV
  • 6. FANSEXPERTISELOBBYCAMPAIGNS
  • 7. The Dutch road to net neutrality
  • 8. MANIFESTO FOR DIGITAL FREEDOM
  • 9. LET THEM KNOW WHATYOU THINK IS IMPORTANT
  • 10. MANIFESTO TO ELECTION PROGRAMS DIGITALEVRIJHEIDSWIJZER.NL
  • 11. GOVERNMENT AGREEMENT “Het kabinet bevordert een vrij en open internet.”
  • 12. 1. Providers of public electronic communicationnetworks which deliver internet access servicesand providers of internet access services do nothinder or slow down applications and serviceson the internet, unless and to the extent that themeasure in question with which applications orservices are being hindered or slowed down isnecessary:
  • 13. a. to minimize the effects of congestion, whereby equal types of trafficshould be treated equally;b. to preserve the integrity and security of thenetwork and service of the provider in question or the terminal of theenduser;c. to restrict the transmission to an enduser of unsolicitedcommunication as refered to in Article 11.7, first paragraph, providedthat the enduser has given its prior consent;d. to give effect to a legislative provision or courtorder;
  • 14. D66 PvdA GL SP PVV CDA PvdD CU VVD SGP
  • 15. We’re not done
  • 16. ACT
  • 17. Thank youCreative Heroico1 by Alberto Korda, Laptop Stickers by Phil Hawksworth, Unconference essential by andyp uk, censorship causesCommons blindness by andreia, Clapperboard by Thai Handicrafts,Attributions: Lijsttrekkers by Pictorescue (x2), net.neutrality by paltelegraph, ‘bits are created equal’ by Taramisu, ‘If you want your’ by Anthony Hook, Filter Control by JavierPsilocybin and Danmark O, Fohn Fjord, Renodde.70°N/26°W by Rita Willaert.

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