[pp.int.general] Digital Civil Rights in Europe (EDRI)
danielrr2 at gmail.com
Fri May 3 11:44:17 CEST 2013
I can understand and of course respect that the EDRI prefer to avoid
accusations of partisanship. Alas, from PPI's point of view I think it
would be very good to have some kind of official or semi-official
relationship (not just a dialogue) with EDRI from the point of view of both
gaining information and making themselves of some note among the circles of
people making the laws in this crucial area.
2013/5/3 <mattias.bjarnemalm at piratpartiet.se>
> 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
>> But I certainly had good personal contacts with people at EDRi,
>> appreciate their work and certain that further synergies will arise
>> soon again.
>> 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 <http://www.edri.org/about/members>
>>> (EDRI was mentioned in the first issue of the Pirates Times)
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