[pp.int.general] Digital Civil Rights in Europe (EDRI)

mattias.bjarnemalm at piratpartiet.se mattias.bjarnemalm at piratpartiet.se
Fri May 3 01:04:07 CEST 2013

I dont think it would do either us or EDRI any good if PPI tried to 
become members of EDRI. They benefit from being seen as non partisan. At 
the same time we have a close dialogue with their office here in 
Brussels. So what would be the gain?


On 2013-05-02 15:23, pirate at valio.ch wrote:
> AFAIK EDRi generally aims at being rather non-partisan; which could
> be  a problem. Furthermore I consider it necessary to (at least)
> consult  with the pirate offices at the EU before going into that
> direction.
> But I certainly had good personal contacts with people at EDRi,
> appreciate their work and certain that further synergies will arise
> soon again.
> -pat
> Quoting Daniel Riaño <danielrr2 at gmail.com>:
>> Don't you think worth considering the idea that PPI ask for 
>> membership of
>> the "Digital Civil Rights in Europe" (EDRI) not-for-profit,
>> non-governmental organisation?
>>  http://www.edri.org/about/members
>> (EDRI was mentioned in the first issue of the Pirates Times)
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