[pp.int.general] Against Internet censorship
marco.confalonieri at email.it
Thu Aug 26 14:39:14 CEST 2010
Il 26/08/2010 10.25, Partidul Piratilor ha scritto:
> In Romania a group of parlamentaries are now asking for a law to
> regulate the content of comments on blogs and forums. What is
> concerning is that they have the power to make the law and there is
> little oposition. We, the Romanian pirates need now all the
> ideological help we can get to formulate a strog position.
> Please provide us with links to sources or other matterials that can
> help us in drafting our position.
> Also, it wouldn't hurt if PPI will take a public stance on this mater.
> Best regards
> From the Romanian Pirate Party
On behalf of the Italian Pirate Party, we are standing with you in this
In Italy we've seen many attempts to limit the freedom of expression:
extended liability for libel through the internet, a law that made blogs
and newspapers equal, proposals against online terrorism and child
pornography, even a proposal aimed at destroying the anonimity on the
Internet. Of course many of these attempts were so silly that just
showed how ignorant our politicians are, but we're standing on guard.
Could you please give more details on what is the exact proposal, if
there is any? As a fellow pirate put it: which witch is your parliament
going to hunt?
Associazione Partito Pirata (PP-IT)
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