We are a diverse and inclusive collective of citizens, authors, artists, academics, and Internet freedom advocates. Our unity encompasses individuals, groups, and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs). Our collective represents a wide array of entities committed to the protection and advancement of internet freedoms. Some of the initial contributors include:

  • La Quadrature du Net, Paris: A citizen group defending the rights and freedoms of citizens on the Internet.
  • F.A.T Labs (Free Art & Technology), Multiple Locations: An organization committed to enriching the public domain through the research and development of creative technologies and media.
  • Free Culture Forum, Barcelona: An international arena for the discussion and development of legal frameworks and action strategies to support access to and dissemination of culture and knowledge.
  • Institute of Network Cultures, Amsterdam: An institute that actively contributes to the field of network cultures through research, events, publications, and online dialogue.
  • Telecomix Jellyfish Cluster, Internet: An international cluster of internet-loving agents dedicated to preserving an open and free internet.
  • Happy Mutants LLC (BoingBoing.net): The company behind the award-winning zine, blog, and directory of wonderful things, Boing Boing.
  • Netzpolitik, Berlin: A platform dedicated to digital freedoms, focusing on issues related to net politics and digital culture.
  • NURPA, Bruxelles: A Non-profit organization promoting and protecting fundamental rights in the digital environment.
  • MediaPart, Paris: An independent French online investigative journal that focuses on economic, social, political, and cultural news.
  • Shocklee, New York: An entertainment company founded by Hank Shocklee, a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee.
  • SOUN Music, Paris: A boutique record label and publishing company.
  • Mega Não!, Brazil: An online activist group against internet restrictions.
  • Contre-conférence, Paris: An alternative conference organizer advocating for digital rights.
  • ATLN (Association Tunisienne des Libertés Numériques), Tunisia: A Tunisian digital rights organization.
  • Bitbureauet, Denmark: A digital rights organization aiming to influence Danish IT-political debates.

To join our collective efforts and support the call for Internet freedom, send a letter!

  • Your name or the name of your organization as you wish it to appear
  • A logo image file, if applicable
  • A URL that will be linked to the name and/or logo
  • A short sentence explaining who you are
  • Contact details so you can be reached for confirmation (these details will not be published)

By joining us, you’re affirming your commitment to advocating for a free and open Internet, where rights and freedoms are respected. Together, we are the voice of Internet freedom.